Berry Street is undertaking a “State of Murrindindi’s Children report” which aims to collect and collate data on the health and wellbeing of children living in Murrindindi Shire.
As part of this initiative, two community forums (facilitated by Anne Leadbeater) have been planned for June. The aim of the forums is to reach a good understanding of the issues the community want covered in the report, including what specific data sets may be useful and to determine what data may be available from the community and from funded agencies.
See the attached flyer for more info including registration details.
Community Forum V2
Marysville: Monday, June 22nd, 2015
32-42 Murchison Street, Marysville
10.00am – 1.30pm (Lunch provided)
Yea: Wednesday, June 24th, 2015
Yea Council Chambers
The Semi Circle, Yea
12.00pm – 3.00pm (Lunch provided)
Please RVSP Sue at [email protected] by Tuesday 16th June, as to which forum you are attending and any dietary requirements.
The Plan for Growth Report was developed as part of the Skills, Training and Workforce Development initiative of the Eildon-Thornton-Alexandra Advancing Country Towns project. It highlights the breadth of training being undertaken within and outside the Shire; trends and gaps in training provision and the current and future needs of key businesses and industry sectors. It will be an important tool for future training and workforce development planning and for maximising employment opportunities within the Shire, particularly for young people and those seeking to retrain or to further develop their skills.
Information was sought from more than 300 local businesses and training providers in compiling the report and its recommendations.
The report was launched by Cindy McLeish, Member for Seymour and Margaret Rae, Deputy Mayor and Councillor of Murrindindi Shire at the Murrindindi Training Institute – Old Alexandra Hospital, Alexandra. The launch was also supported by Rowena Naufal, Chair of Murrindindi Training Institute, Gerard Van Emmerik, Department of State Development Business and Industry and Boyd Maplestone CEO of Central Ranges LLEN.
To view the report please go to our Training Needs Analysis page.