Accenture head of resources David Burns believes the risk of a mining skills shortage must be addressed immediately to avoid any material impact.
The Western Australian government has released a digital resource that connects jobseekers in the mining industry to employment and training opportunities.
Rio Tinto’s Future Minds Accelerator program has provided future skills courses to kindergarten to year 12 students and educators in Western Australia.
The Chamber of Minerals and Energy (CME) of Western Australia has flagged demand for an additional 8000 skilled workers over the next 12 to 18 months.
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Recruitment specialist Hays has revealed the skills that are in demand across Australia’s resources sector heading into the second half of the year.
Rio Tinto has backed the Western Australian Government’s launch of its first ever five-pillar approach to enhancing science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM) capabilities throughout the state.
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The mining sector has responded to the recent change in Australia’s leadership, which sees Scott Morrison’s appointment as Prime Minister.
Queensland is teeming with hundreds of jobs in the resources sector, from Townsville and Mt Isa in the north, to Toowoomba and Roma in the south and in corporate headquarters in Brisbane.
The Hunter Valley Training Company say the slowdown in the mining industry has forced it to look for apprentices and traineeships in other sectors.
An unemployed Rockhampton man is promising a six-month supply of Bundaberg Rum to anyone who can find him work in the mining sector.
During a time of uncertainty for South Australian’s resources sector the release of a workforce demand report shows employment figures are set to dip.
SA Premier Jay Weatherill has announced that Thursday’s budget will offer an extra $27 million over two years for the state’s Skills for all program.
Resource industry employer group AMMA have launched a new government-backed program aimed at up-skilling Australian’s to work in the mining industry.
New figures show WA apprentices and trainees are dropping out of their training, causing concern that the skills shortage facing the mining industry will only worsen.