Establishment of Jobs and Skills Australia

Establishment of Jobs and Skills Australia

This story was first published on Monday 31 October 2022.
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The Australia Government has established Jobs and Skills Australia (JSA), a statutory body to provide independent advice on current, emerging, and future workforce, skills, and training needs.

JSA will carry forward the work commenced by the National Skills Commission. It will have a broader remit, focusing on workforce planning and fostering working partnerships with state and territory governments, unions, industry, and education providers.

JSA will continue to provide advice to government and publish data and other information, including on Australia's current and emerging labour market, future skills and training needs and priorities, and the adequacy of the vocational education and training system.

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