What we do
Board of Directors
Industry Skills Council Role
Women in Forests and Timber Network
Skills and Employment Council
Working at ForestWorks
National Workforce Development Fund
Workplace literacy and the WELL Program
Tasmanian Forest Operator Assessment and Licensing Scheme
Training as an investment
Employing an apprentice or trainee
VET and Training Packages
Find an industry RTO
Forest and Forest Products Training Package (FPI11)
Pulp and Paper Manufacturing Industry Training Package (FPP10)
Continuous Improvement of Training Packages
Assessment System (FIAPS)
Indigenous participation in the NSW Forest and Forest Products Industry
Gumatj Forest Project
Workers Assistance Programs
FPP10 Pulp and Paper Manufacturing Industry Training Package Review
Skills Enhancement and Training (SET)
Stimulating Training Demand (Victoria)
Asia Pacific forestry skills and capacity building program
Flexible Traineeship Initiative
Young Forestry Leaders
Moving women in forestry
Grading Eucalypts for Log Quality
Climate Change Information Sheets
Environmental sustainability - an industry response
Chainsaw Operator's Manual
Flexible Apprecticeship and Traineehips Workplace Guide
Tree Faller's Manual
Industry Skills Scan
Enterprise Based Productivity Places Program
About the industry
Careers and jobs
Licence to work
Skills development pathways
Productivity Places Program
Build Your Skills Record
Log a Job!
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ForestWorks is the Industry Skills Council for the forest, wood, paper and timber products industry.
We work with industry and government to improve our industry's capacity to develop and maintain a skilled workforce.
Qualifications in all sectors of the industry in SA now eligible for state government support
- 15 May 2013
The South Australian Training and Skills Commission has approved all qualifications in the frame and truss, and pulp and paper sectors as declared vocations in SA.
The first RTO Managers meeting for the year
- 15 May 2013
As part of our regular engagement with training providers, ForestWorks? met with the managers of RTOs in Melbourne.
The National Workforce Development Fund assists businesses to develop their workforce
- 14 May 2013
Grafton-based Greensill Bros is realising the benefits of a training program supported by the National Workforce Development Fund (NWDF).
Timber Training Creswick's $250,000 facility upgrade
- 14 May 2013
Specialist training provider in sawmilling and timber processing, Timber Training Creswick has celebrated the opening of Australia's only sawdoctor training facility.
'It's not about luck" - leading industry women motivate at WFTN breakfast
- 14 May 2013
Twenty-three participants in the Women in Forest and Timber Network (WFTN) met in Melbourne for the first Victoria-based meeting of the year.
WA Training Providers Forum 2013
- 17 June 2013 - 18 June 2013
Training Providers Forum is Western Australia?s leading Forum on Training and Workforce Development.
A.F.C.A. Business is different now Workshop
- 4 July 2013
The A.F.C.A. Business is different now Workshop will be held in Taralgon on 4 July 4 2013.
22nd National Vocational Education and Training Research Conference (No Frills)
- 10 July 2013 - 12 July 2013
The annual National Vocational Education and Training (VET) Research Conference ?No Frills? is considered one of the best value events on the VET research calendar and is a key part of NCVER?s commitment to dissemination of research and building research capacity.
2013 FTMA Australia National Conference
- 23 July 2013
The 2013 FTMA Australia National Conference will be QT Gold Coast on 23 July this year, with the Multinail Machinery Expo following the conference on July 24.
2013 Annual ATTA Workshop
- 29 July 2013 - 1 August 2013
The Annual ATTA Workshop brings together industry trainers and assessors to share their experiences and validate their assessment processes, as well as to hear presentations from a range of industry experts and government agencies.
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