The Retail and Hospitality Indigenous Program Adelaide (RHIPA) is a new Indigenous employment program being run and managed by Service Skills SA providing participants with pre-employment support, skills training and mentoring with employment into the retail or hospitality industries.
An innovative, collaborative and comprehensive employment project integrating recruitment, training, case management and mentoring services that responds to the Australian Governments "Closing the Gap" policy relating specifically to Indigenous employment.
The Adelaide Events Crew: Skills Intensive 2015 is funded by the Department of State Development under the Strategic Employment Fund and facilitated by Service Skills SA (SSSA) working in conjuction with the Adelaide College of the Arts, Festivals Adelaide and the Food Tourism and Hospitality Industry Skills Council.
Working with the Arts Industry Council of South Australia, this project involves an indepth skills need and workforce development survey which has generated over 800 responses. The survey data is being used to create a holistic and collaborative solution to the current and future skills needs of the Creative Industries in SA.
475 funded accredited aquatics certificates were delivered to 304 participants from 50 of South Australia's regional and metropolitan pools. With industry contribution totaling $522,350 and 285 employment outcomes this project has provided far-reaching and extensive benefits to the South Australian Aquatics sector.
The largest collaborative retail management initiative in Australia comprising a collection of large projects including the Retail Executive Program. With $8.3 million in State Government funding, over $1 million in industry contribution, 120 employers and 1600 participants engaged in training - come and find out more!