South Australian Training Awards 2021
Applications close 3 May 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 27 August.
Regional Freight Productivity Project Forums
21 April 2021 | Flinders Port Holdings, Adelaide
6 May 2021 | Port Augusta, via Teams
The SA Freight Council has been funded by DPTI to undertake a Regional Freight Productivity Project to improve the transport and logistics efficiency of freight generating sectors towards achieving the state growth targets outlined in the Joyce Report. The project will support future state infrastructure and sectoral planning activities by providing problem/opportunity statements that will define future regional freight challenges for South Australia.
An integral part of the project is holding regional forums in conjunction with local RDAs to identify the top freight issues in each region, with a focus on those that are not already known and/or on the agenda.
17th GMUSG Conference and Trade Expo
17-19 August 2021 | Whyalla
The GMUSG Conference and Trade Expo is an annual event aimed at connecting regional businesses with asset owners, project developers and stakeholders, to promote the capability and capacity of the Upper Spencer Gulf region of South Australia. Each year, more than 400 delegates visit our regional hosting city to network, hear from industry experts and share hard-to-find intelligence, to better position them within local and domestic supply chains.
This year the 17th GMUSG Conference and Trade Expo will be held at the Whyalla Recreation Centre in Whyalla from 17-19 August 2021.