VISTA Fireside chat with Robert Adams CEO TLISC - 20th May 14
Transport and Logistics: Challenges in 2014 - 2015
Meet Robert Adams, CEO Transport and Logistics Industry Skills Council (TLISC) and hear first hand on the challenges facing the transports and logistics industry over the next couple of years. TLISC is chartered with driving the skills and workforce development agenda across the entire transport and logistics industry which encompasses activities in road transport, warehousing, rail, aviation, maritime, logistics and ports.
Fireside chat events allow VET practitioners to access knowledge and information about the high level challenges faced in the workforce development within each of the industry areas.
Use this opportunity to keep our industry knowledge current
Robert has been invited to talk on the following:
• Emerging trends arising from e scan updates;
Impacts of federal / state budget announcements;
• Challenges in TLISC training package development;
• Learning from and opportunities arising from Workforce development fund deployment; and
Where?: Dimattinas function room, 306 Lygon St, Carlton
When?: 20 May 2014
What time? : start at 6.30pm finish by 10 pm
Cost: VISTA members $55 (plus GST) non members $80 (plus GST)
Includes 2 course set menu. Drinks are available at bar prices
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for any special dietary requirements
About Transport and Logistics Industry Skills Council
The Transport and Logistics sector which covers Road Transport, Rail, Warehouse & Storage, Maritime and Aviation in Australia employs an estimated 500,000 individuals. The sector contributes $90 Billion to the Australian economy annually (14.8% of GDP). Notwithstanding a number of large national transport organisations the road transport sector is dominated by small to medium sized businesses, 65% with fewer than 100 employees. In terms of future growth in the sector the Australian Bureau of Transport and Regional Economics (BTRE) anticipate the movement of bulk freight to increase 1.6 times over the next 20 years, interstate bulk freight to double in that time and the number of containers through Australian ports to triple.
Some Key challenges affecting workforce development, training and business growth in the industry include: A shrinking local labor pool Challenges around employee attraction and retention in some sectors An older than average workforce with high numbers set to retire over the next decade Increasing pressures on existing transport infrastructure Growing demands on freight to movement to meet the needs of the supply chain.
|Event Location:||Dimattinas Restaurant|
|Registrations Open:||7th Apr 14|
|Registrations Close:||20th May 14|
|Price:||AU $ 80|
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