Jobs Australia Training Sessions

As we settle in to a new year, a new decade, it is easy to rest on our laurels when it comes to workplace training and education. But with a new decade and the digital world being more and more relevant in an ever-changing workplace, one thing is for certain, well-educated and trained staff are one of the most important things when it comes to working in the not for profit space.

Jobs Australia has heard the calls from Members and with resident HR Guru Margaret Balsillie and her team on hand are about to kick off national training for all Jobs Australia Members.

With sessions on topics such as “Understanding Mental Health in the Workplace”, “Performance Management and Courageous Conversations” through to “IR 101” plus many more topics covered, there is no better time than 2020 to continue the development of staff with one of the many topics on offer for training.

Margaret Balsillie from Jobs Australia says “Balancing everyday tasks with learning and development is a constant struggle for employers and employees. Completing daily tasks is important, but so is professional development—it’s critical for organisations to motivate their workers to learn.
 
The need to improve learning and development is the top-rated trend in Deloitte’s 2019 Workplace Learning Report and LinkedIn reports that 94% of employees say they would stay longer at an organisation if that business invested in their learning and development.
 

Workplace training is the cornerstone for success and our programs allow you to strengthen the skills that each employee needs to improve. A well-developed training program brings all employees to a higher level so they all have similar skills and knowledge. This helps reduce any challenges within your organisation.

 

At Jobs Australia we are proud to have supported Members across the country for many years with our training and look forward to the opportunity of working with you all again in 2020”

If you’re interested in finding out more about the Jobs Australia training calendar, head to the Jobs Australia website – www.ja.com.au or email the Workplace Relations Team at assistwr@ja.com.au

 

Prepared for Jobs Australia by Emma Hall

Membership & Events Team Leader