Skills warehoused

WAREHOUSE training can steer youth along a career path and bolster quality control in the transport and distribution sector.

West Coast College of TAFE training consultant and Combined Small Business Associations of WA executive director Peter West said many employers weren’t aware of the financial incentives available for participating in warehousing training programs.

“More employers should be taking advantage of the State Government’s Priority Access program,” Mr West said.

“Assistance is available for eligible employers who put staff through Warehousing Certificates II and III. Traineeships are available with up to $5,000 subsidy paid to the employer.”

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