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Skills for the future

Future Health Skills launchTHE Gordon TAFE recently hosted the Future Health Skills project launch, bringing together industry collaborators including the state government, Epworth Hospital, Barwon Health, St John of God Geelong Hospital and the region’s Local Learning and Employment Network. 

Future Health Skills was born from a need to address skill gaps in the health care sector. As part of this, an online learning platform delivers bite-sized microcredentials to the sector. It was piloted over an 18-month period by 1800 participants in the program throughout 83 health care areas. The launch celebrated the platform aims to make learning accessible to everyone who works in health care and to improve workforce capability.

Find out more about this innovative program here.

Attendees at the launch of Future Health Skills at The Gordon.
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