Building a secure and fair future: Skills for South Australia. Adrian Smith.
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“Whether we see the case for investment in skills and qualifications justified in terms of a high-skills/high-performance/high-value-added economy, or a capable and equitable society, it all comes down to skills and qualifications that enable people to participate and create, industry to be productive and competitive, and society to thrive and prosper.”
National Skills Policy Forum Investing wisely April 2009.
45.2% or 512,00 South Australians between 15 and 74 do not possess the literacy skills necessary to meet demands of modern life
Research shows that both employers and employees think best use is not being made of the skills of those in employment and few enterprises have workforce development approaches in place