Mining Weekly reports that the Western Australian Chamber of Minerals and Energy (CME), the Queensland Resources Council (QRC), and the national industry skills council, SkillsDMC, have signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) to identify strategies to source skills for the Australian mining industry over the next three years.
In a joint statement, the three parties said on Tuesday that the projects under the MoU included defining and implementing a national skills policy for the resources sector, providing workforce planning data, brokering funds to support skills objectives, and establishing lead agencies for projects to maximse the strength and opportunities provided by the partners.
" /> Mining Weekly reports that the Western Australian Chamber of Minerals and Energy (CME), the Queensland Resources Council (QRC), and the national industry skills council, SkillsDMC, have signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) to identify strategies to source skills for the Australian mining industry over the next three years.
In a joint statement, the three parties said on Tuesday that the projects under the MoU included defining and implementing a national skills policy for the resources sector, providing workforce planning data, brokering funds to support skills objectives, and establishing lead agencies for projects to maximse the strength and opportunities provided by the partners.
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Mining Weekly: three Australian organizations team up to address skills shortage in mining

Mining Weekly reports that the Western Australian Chamber of Minerals and Energy (CME), the Queensland Resources Council (QRC), and the national industry skills council, SkillsDMC, have signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) to identify strategies to source skills for the Australian mining industry over the next three years.

In a joint statement, the three parties said on Tuesday that the projects under the MoU included defining and implementing a national skills policy for the resources sector, providing workforce planning data, brokering funds to support skills objectives, and establishing lead agencies for projects to maximse the strength and opportunities provided by the partners.