2018 Industry Training Solutions Summit

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Tourism Training Australia was pleased to welcome 100 industry leaders to the Grace Hotel in Sydney on Wednesday, May 23, 2018 for this exciting and informative event. 

Speakers from across the industry addressed a wide range of topics facing the industry and provided valuable insights to continue to support the real skills for real careers agenda.

For an archived version of the Summit brochure, please click here. 

We are pleased to make available a review, as well as a selection of the presentations delivered at the Summit below. 

Links:

Summit report | Collected speaker presentations

 

Beyond 2020 Government Report

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In February 2018, the Australian Government established the Beyond Tourism 2020 Steering Committee to report to Government on its vision f or the future of the tourism industry. The Committee submitted its industry report to Government in December 2018.

The Committee calls for a strategy to increase visitor numbers, trip lengths and spend for all visitors, encourage regional dispersal and empower the tourism industry to thrive in our increasingly digital world.Industry and governments must collaborate to target emerging tourism markets, liberalise aviation supply, attract investment in infrastructure, promote tourism workforce pathways and maximise the capture and use of a range of data sources.

Doing so will help the industry reach overnight visitor expenditure of between $181 – $250 billion by 2030.

You can download the report here (PDF)

 

TTA Submission to the 2019 Expert Review of Australia’s VET System

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Tourism Training Australia was pleased to be invited to provide a submission to the Liberal National Government’s expert review of Australia’s vocational education and training system.

For over thirty years, TTA has been at the vanguard of training in the tourism and hospitality sector and we share the industry’s excitement in welcoming the announcement of the review.

An investment in VET pays strong dividends. It is, indeed, an investment in Australia’s future.

TTA looks forward to continuing our participation in the Review process.

You can download a copy of Tourism Training Australia’s submission to the Federal Government here (PDF)