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On behalf of the Department of Training and Workforce Development (DTWD), Community Skills WA (CSWA) is undertaking the WAJET survey for 2023. 

The aim of this survey is to understand skill needs in Western Australia and the various pathways available to meet these skill needs. CSWA also utilise this valuable information to determine appropriate strategies to support your sector.

The survey is open until 5pm on the 21st of February 2023.

If you have any further questions, please contact Community Skills WA on (08) 9445 1511 or email communityskills@cswa.org.au

NOTE: A CSWA team member may contact you regarding your survey response after the survey close date.

Thank you,

CSWA Team

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* 1. Organisation Name:

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* 2. Contact Name:

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* 3. Position Title:

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* 4. Email Address:

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* 5. Phone Number:

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* 7. Please list any occupations that are not mentioned above, that are relevant to your organisation and provide details of current and future demand and supply.

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* 8. Where known, please indicate regions where workforce demand is expected to increase over the next five years for the below occupations.

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* 9. Are you aware of any regional specific issues and opportunities impacting on the supply and demand for the occupations previously listed? If yes, provide details relevant to the occupation in the following region specific comment boxes.

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* 10. What workforce strategies does/would your organisation use to respond to the above? Please specify where relevant to specific occupations.

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* 12. Are there any barriers to recruitment for any of the above occupations (e.g. Industry legislation, restrictions on visas, new training package requirements)?

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* 14. Why does the Health industry mandate or prefer qualification(s) for the below occupations?

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* 15. To the best of your knowledge, are the qualifications/training you listed above being delivered in Western Australia?

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* 16. What other education and training requirements (such as licenses, mandatory work placements etc.) are there for the below occupations?

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* 20. Which foundation skills are most critical to improve in order to maximise productivity for each of the below occupations? Please select all that apply. Scroll across for further foundation skills.

  Writing e.g. reports, documents, notes Oral communication Reading comprehension English language Numeracy e.g. calculations, measurements Use of computers/devices Teamwork and collaboration Lifelong learning
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Worker
Admissions Clerk
Clinical Coder
Drug and Alcohol Counsellor
Enrolled Nurse
Medical Receptionist
Nursing Support Worker
Occupational Therapist
Personal Care Assistant
Physiotherapist
Podiatrist
Social Worker
Speech Pathologist / Speech Language Therapist
Therapy Aide

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* 21. How can the vocational education and training sector assist in addressing these foundation skills needs for the below occupations? Please select all that apply.

  Skill sets Foundation skills courses Foundation skills supports embedded in vocational training Workplace-based training Adult community education e.g. community resource centres, literacy tuition Service navigation / referral to appropriate services Other (specify below)
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Worker
Admissions Clerk
Clinical Coder
Drug and Alcohol Counsellor
Enrolled Nurse
Medical Receptionist
Nursing Support Worker
Occupational Therapist
Personal Care Assistant
Physiotherapist
Podiatrist
Social Worker
Speech Pathologist / Speech Language Therapist
Therapy Aide

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* 23. Where applicable, please provide details on any emerging issues/opportunities for the below occupations (e.g. technology advancements, new skill requirements, changes in legislation).

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* 24. Is there any additional feedback you would like to provide?

Thank you for taking the time to complete this survey!
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