Where is Workforce 2030 heading?
Everyone should be able to live, learn, work and participate in the digital world.
Our jobs are changing, and fast. Many roles are disappearing altogether, while new ones are springing up. The discrepancy between the skills people have and those needed for jobs in the digital world is one of the most critical problems of our time.
Australian business leaders know that the skills required for their workforces are changing dramatically, but are they doing enough to equip their people for the future of work?
Join vetr Community Advisor Phill Bevan in a Q&A session this Digital Learning Day with PwC Australia's Alex Dore exploring the competing forces shaping the 2030 workforce & some of the findings from the 23rd Annual Global 2020 CEO Survey.
Consider a six-step roadmap for strategically upskilling, and hear about PwC's US $3bn global commitment to upskilling - invested in training, and in technologies for supporting clients and communities.
Date: Thursday 27 February 2020
Time: 12pm AEDT (Midday - Melbourne)
Duration: 45 minutes
Investment: $55.00 inc GST.
Free! for VET PD Series subscribers - Use your Voucher Code when registering.
What we'll cover
Workforce 2030 forecast
Key upskilling trends & views of Australian business leaders
PwC's global $3 billion upskilling initiative
Steps companies should be taking to address the skills challenge with a six-step roadmap for strategically upskilling
Alex Dore - Senior Manager, PwC Australia
Alex leads PwC’s digital uplift capability across Australia, within PwC’s Skills for Australia. He has worked with a variety of clients across the education, health and skills industry to solve operational and workforce challenges from ideation to implementation. Previously Alex led the successful rollout of the Higher Apprenticeship and Traineeship Pilot, engaging with training providers and employers across Australia. He led the Information and Communications Technology (ICT) industry team at PwC’s Skills for Australia, and was responsible for engaging industry, Government and other key stakeholders to identify improvements to Australia’s vocational education and training standards. Before PwC, Alex worked as a Policy Advisor to a NSW Government Minister.
Phill Bevan - Community Advisor, vetr
As an experienced advisor, Phill offers a wealth of practical understanding, knowledge and expertise across key business operating requirements. With real world application of all aspects of business, including strategic & business planning, marketing & development, technology implementation, risk management and WHS, Phill has demonstrated success in senior management roles across a range of business types and projects. As a qualified auditor, Phill has leveraged these skills in numerous enterprises to support issue identification and robust business improvement projects.
Phill has held numerous directorships in corporate enterprises and not-for-profit organisations, and professional recognitions including as a Fellow of the Australian Human Resources Institute and Certified Management Consultant with Exemplar Global. As a HRM, systems and technologies professional, Phill has extensive experience in a diverse range of industry areas in start-up, high growth and established companies across the small business, corporate and not-for-profit sectors. Having established, grown and successfully exited a number of businesses, including a national BRW Fast 100 start-up, in recent years Phill has consulted on numerous national projects with well-known brands and ASX Top 100 companies, as well as providing support for local small business operators in all aspects of managing and growing their businesses.
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