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Training Priority Projects

Supporting innovative approaches to skilling and workforce development

Training Priority Projects for 2022-23 is now fully subscribed and applications are closed.

Training Priority Projects (TPP) support innovative approaches to skilling and workforce development to drive productivity and participation improvements through skills for sectors, regions and communities.

During 2022-23, TPP supported over 80 projects across South Australia to:

  • create vocational education and training pathways for around 1,600 students entering their industries for the first time or workers who are increasing or deepening their existing skills and specialisations
  • deliver targeted training in around 35 courses across more than 15 industry sectors
  • work with 200 business and employers to meet their skill needs
  • work with more than 50 training and education providers for quality and innovative education delivery
  • develop more than 15 training products including micro-credentials and specialised non-accredited training mapped to accredited learning outcomes for students.

Training Priority Projects are not currently planned for 2023-24.

We will continue to support skills and training projects through Adult Community Education and Skills Shortage Solutions.

Further opportunities to develop training projects and support Skills SA in addressing South Australia's skills shortages will be made available in the coming months.