Manufacturing Skills Australia:
Manufacturing Skills Australia are the National Industry Skills Council that is recognised by the Australian Government and the manufacturing and automotive industries to ensure that the skills needs of enterprises are being met.
ManufactureLink's mission is to provide Australia and New Zealand's manufacturers, innovators and engineering community with the world’s most effective advanced manufacturing network to lower the cost of sourcing of custom manufactured components by providing efficient, online communication tools and industry support.
NSW Industrial Relations:
From 1 January 2010, all NSW employers and their employees previously covered by the state industrial relations system (mainly sole traders and partnerships) move into the new national Fair Work system.
If your workplace has been complying with NSW industrial relations laws and awards, there is some important information that you need to know to ensure your business is ready for the move to the new national scheme
The Industry Capability Network:
Industry Capability Network (ICN) NSW creates opportunity for New South Wales and Australian industry.
If you are developing a supply chain and need a competitive local source of supply - ICN can help.
NSW Industry and Investment:
Manufacturing is the second largest industry in NSW accounting for 14% of Gross State Product and more than 30% of national manufacturing output. It also accounts for a quarter of the State's total exports.
University of Western Sydney
Innovation and Consulting:
Doing business with the University of Western Sydney
Women in Manufacturing Cluster
This program acknowledges that women who want to contribute significantly in the sector, have specific needs and skill re-quirements.