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Skills That Increase Your Employability

23/08/2021 3:03:59 PM

The Australian Industry and Skills Committee (AISC) has submitted its 2020/21 National Industry Insights report (NIIR). This report is an in-depth analysis of industry skill requirements and trends that will impact the current demand for skills at both a national and cross-industry level.

According to the comprehensive skill forecast, it appears that there is high industry demand for skills such as adaptability, analytical, digital, and collaboration.

We can all see how multiple industries have significantly changed employment demands in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, resulting in a large proportion of the workforce working from home. Given the recent ever-evolving challenges, adaptability takes the place as a top priority skill.

The ways in which industries need their workers to be adaptable include “showing resilience and embracing change, adapting to new technologies and new ways of doing business and responding to situations with flexibility and open-mindedness".

In addition to adaptability, business and compliance skills have also become more important during the pandemic. This includes “financial, organisational, planning and operational, which allow businesses to work more flexibly and continue growing”.

Industry-specific technical skills remain a high priority across all industries, therefore, training that closely reflects current work practices and meets industry workplace expectations remains integral.

At TMG College Australia, our BSB30120 Certificate III in Business has been specially designed to promote cross-industry business skills.

With upcoming intake dates, student support, flexible learning and government funding available for eligible students, we have everything you’ll need to succeed in your chosen career or pathway to further study!

Now is the time to increase your employability. For more information on the BSB30120 Certificate III in Business, visit https://bit.ly/BusinessTMG

Training delivered across Victoria with Victorian and Commonwealth Government funding. We encourage individuals with disabilities to access training subsidised through the Skills First Program. Enrolment for eligible students is under the Skills First Program and may impact access to further Government-subsidised training. Enrolment fee may apply. For current policies, procedures, fees, eligibility, documentation, relating to this information, please refer to the TMG website (http://www.tmg.edu.au).

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