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BHERT Reports & Papers

BHERT Position & Discussion Papers

Date Paper
March 2016 Modern Professional Practice and its Future
Feb 2012 Commentary Paper from Investing in the Fieldonomics of Mining Automation and Innovation Round Table
Aug 2011 IT&C is an enabler to a smarter, more innovative and productive mining sector
This Position Paper is a result of a round table held in April 2011. The looming skills shortage will come as no surprise to keen observers of the mining industry. Some people estimate that there will be a shortfall of some 65 000 skilled workers in the very near future. Now is the time to build a framework of skills and competences that the industry requires in order to transition their operations towards automation.
Rebuilding the Agricultural Workforce In 2009 BHERT became more directly involved in addressing skill shortages in the agricultural industry. At our initiative we brought together a group of stakeholders and raised the money to commission The Allen Consulting Group to identify how to address the poor participation rates in agriculture related fields of study leading to a serious decline in professionally qualified scientists. Their report identifies the problems and provides guidance for future intervention.

 

BHERT Reports

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2012 Oct - Research Skills for an Innovative Future: Business Views and Needs - Final Report This report summarises the proceedings of two workshops commissioned by the Department of Industry, Innovation, Science, Research and Tertiary Education (DIISRTE) designed to bring together business and university representatives to discuss the value of Higher Degree by Research (HDR) graduates as employees within their organisations. Business employers offer an important perspective to the implementation of the Australian Government’s Research Workforce Strategy.
The workshops were hosted by Griffith University and the Queensland University of Technology and the participants invited were employers of research graduates.
Rebuilding the Agricultural Workforce In 2009 BHERT became more directly involved in addressing skill shortages in the agricultural industry. At our initiative we brought together a group of stakeholders and raised the money to commission The Allen Consulting Group to identify how to address the poor participation rates in agriculture related fields of study leading to a serious decline in professionally qualified scientists. Their report identifies the problems and provides guidance for future intervention.

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