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As organisations work through the economic devastation of COVID-19 and individuals leave their personal bunkers, many are wondering how to work in this new market. Even more importantly, they are trying to figure out how to become more productive in a post-COVID environment. Jump online and you’ll find a plethora of blogs and advocates urging

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Far from the traditional assumptions about what small government does and how it operates, local councils are constantly juggling new challenges in order to appease their customers, deliver projects on time and balance their own bottom line. Those challenges have been exacerbated thanks to the widespread disruption of COVID-19, but unlike some non-essential services, local

Poised to form the backbone of Australia’s economic recovery All major Victorian Government funded projects, valued at over $20m, mandate that 10% of the workforce be on a traineeship. Many organisations are unaware that a Certificate IV in Project Management BSB41515 contributes towards compliance of the mandate. In addition, the mandate rules also allow for a qualification

In the 2019/20 financial year the NSW State Government committed to invest $90B on projects in the following four years. As a result construction projects are becoming larger, more complex and inherently more risky. From 1st July 2020 all NSW Government funded projects valued at over $100 million, mandate that 20% of the workforce needs to

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Why would you hire unskilled labour when you can fill your traineeship quota with experienced workers? For several years now, the Victorian Government has mandated that all large-scale infrastructure projects use apprentices, trainees or cadets for 10% (at minimum) of their total labour hours. Project Management in Construction. Victoria’s $61.7b opportunity. Learn more At face value, it’s

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It’s a challenging business environment out there – no matter what industry you’re in. More competition, digitalisation, hyper-connectivity and a globalised marketplace have meant even the biggest players need to adapt to rapid changes. An unfortunate truth is that the COVID-19 pandemic has only exacerbated these issues. Organisations need to reduce their outlays while still

In order to move forward, change is essential. In the workplace, this means not resting on your laurels just because the current system is ‘good enough’. The competition is constantly testing out new strategies in order to do something better, reach clients faster and complete tasks more efficiently. So when it comes to learning, the

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Organisations right across Australia spend billions of dollars every year on training and upskilling their staff. Whether it’s in-office lectures, hands-on workshops or online training sessions, employers contribute a significant amount of their annual budgets to employee learning and development (L&D). So it goes without saying that you need to get it right. The problem with our

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The construction sector’s Achilles heel has been laid bare for all to see: there aren’t nearly enough project managers to oversee major infrastructure works. In fact, according to research from the Department of Employment, Skills, Small and Family Business, only 53% of project management vacancies in construction were filled in 2019, its lowest level in eight years.

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The New South Wales Government is splashing cash on infrastructure in the hopes of stimulating the economy and increasing the number of skilled workers right across the State. New jobs, wider skill sets and a more diverse workforce are at the heart of their ambitions. However, as of 2019, only 53% of all project management