The ForestWorks Skills and Employment Council (SEC) is one of the few national forums where leaders from all industry sectors and the industry union, meet on a regular basis to develop common approaches, through consensus, to industry skills issues.
The ForestWorks SEC seeks to ensure that ForestWorks is truly representative of industry, by ensuring that any vacancies are filled by industry representatives holding senior level strategic positions within enterprises or industry organisations. The Skills and Employment Council membership is determined through nomination by Company Members. This group meets three times a year to determine industry policy on training, assessment and skills development matters.
The SEC is able to establish working parties and oversees skill and training initiatives as agreed in the Strategic Plan.
Strategic Plan for Skills Development Outline
SEC 2012 Employment and Training Participation of Women in Male-Dominated Industries Download here
SEC 2012 Innovation and conditions for innovative capability in manufacturing Download here
SEC 2012 Forest and Timber Products, Digital Literacy Download here
SEC 2012 From Government-Driven Objectives to Value Added Outcomes for the Government and the Industry alike Download here