Workforce

The Hub Priority is to have a fit for purpose workforce that is diverse, highly skilled and future focused.

Tasmania has recently achieved net zero greenhouse gas emissions across all economic sectors.
The active management of forests and natural resources can have a positive impact on climate change while supporting prosperous lives and lifestyles for all Tasmanians.

Hub Priority Projects

Current Projects

2023 – Workforce, Skills and Training Project: Career Mapping

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The Tasmanian Forestry sector faces current skills and labour challenges. Responding to these challenges is important to position the Tasmanian Forestry sector as an important, sustainable industry that makes a valued contribution to Tasmania’s ongoing economic and social prosperity. The overarching objective for this work was to inform the Tasmania Forest Hub (the Hub) and industry on strategic activity to address labour and skills shortages, particularly related to high priority roles.

Completed Projects

Culture, Training and Skills Assessment Report

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Completed November 2020, this report provides a strategic assessment of culture, skills and training for the Hub and provides a series of recommendations regarding opportunities and barriers to expansion of the Tasmanian forestry sector.