Premier's Climate Change Council
2020 SA Climate Leaders Awards
Applications close 22 January 2021
Awards ceremony February 2021 (date tbc)
The SA Climate Leaders Awards are shining a light on action being taken to address climate change in South Australia and build our reputation as a climate-smart state.
An initiative of the Premier’s Climate Change Council, the awards showcase the innovative work happening across South Australia to grow the sustainability and resilience of our state through responding and adapting to climate change.
Date - TBC
Following on from the announcement by the Prime Minister about the restrictions that now apply for non-essential events attended by over 100 people, the South Australian Resources and Energy Conference (SAREIC) will be postponed to a later date, most likely in late October/early November 2020, subject to the all-clear by the Federal and South Australian Governments.
We will advise you of the new dates as soon as we have confirmed a time that works for all of our sponsors, exhibitors and delegates, and look forward to hosting a successful conference for all involved in a more positive and stable environment.
Mental Health First Aid Officer Training
Date - TBC
The Mining and Quarrying Occupational Health and Safety Committee has confirmed that the training has been postponed. A new date will be announced in due course.
The Mining and Quarrying Occupational Health and Safety Committee is pleased to announce our Fully Funded Accredited Mental Health First Aid Officer Training.
Mines and Quarries can nominate workers to complete Accredited Mental Health First Aid Officer training and then appoint them in the workplace to:
South Australian Training Awards 2020
POSTPONED UNTIL 2021
Applications are now open for the South Australian Training Awards, celebrating the impact of Vocational Education and Training (VET) on our state.
These awards acknowledge the achievements of students, trainers, training providers, schools and employers and deliver a range of activities and initiatives designed to highlight the increasing opportunities available to trainees and apprentices in South Australia.
The year-long program presented by the Training and Skills Commission will culminate in a presentation dinner on Friday 4 September.
In 2020, there will be 12 awards presented - six for individuals and six for organisations - as well as the Voters’ Choice Award, presented to the public’s favourite individual finalist.