Develop your workforce
RMIT University has the capacity and capabilities to deliver tailored workforce development solutions to support business objectives. As a global university of technology and design, RMIT understands that business must continually evolve to meet the rapidly changing needs of the global marketplace.
Research has shown that investment in training contributes to lifting business output and productivity by increasing market share, and enhancing service delivery and product development.
Benefits to business
- Increasing quality and productivity by generating greater accuracy and efficiency of work practices.
- Increasing customer satisfaction through improved customer services, leading to greater customer retention.
- Enabling the effective implementation of new technologies, work practices and business strategies.
- Enhancing staff satisfaction and team morale, thereby reducing absenteeism and ongoing recruitment costs.
- Better communication and leadership skills.
Our learning community is diverse, including clients from the private, public and not-for-profit sectors, including:
- Australia Post
- City of Whittlesea
- Department of Human Services
- State Emergency Service
- Tiger Airways
- Villa Maria
The Industry Development team provides a consultancy and relationship management service to our industry clients. Contact us with your requirements and we’ll use the full resources of the university to identify a customised program to suit your needs or work with your organisation to develop a leading industry-relevant solution. We can also advise on applicable state or federal funding options that may be available for participants.
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Your industry, our vocation
For RMIT, an industry partnership is a valued mechanism for exchanging ideas and insights, both at home and overseas. The case studies in the publication below showcase a sample of RMIT’s innovative and customised training solutions that have develop skills, knowledge and attitudes that essential in the workplace.
Mining new skills in Laos
In 2006, RMIT started training MMG LXML Sepon apprentices in a variety of trades-electrical, instrumentation, refrigeration and air-conditioning, carpentry, automotive, mechanical and fabrication. What brings RMIT and MMG together is the company’s copper and gold operations at Sepon in south-eastern Laos.