Promotional Resources

Miles Morgan has undertaken numerous projects relating to all aspects of workforce development including:

  • Workforce planning
  • Workforce design
  • Human resource management
  • Learning and development – design and delivery

Some examples of projects we have undertaken in Promotional Resources are detailed below.

School-Based Apprenticeships and Traineeships Good Practice Guide

Sector: Employment and Workforce Development and Planning
Client: Department of Training and Workforce Development

Miles Morgan developed a School-Based Apprenticeships and Good Practice Guide to enhance the delivery of school-based apprenticeships and traineeships. The Good Practice Guide identifies principles for successful outcomes for school-based programs, and includes a series of case studies of good practice that demonstrate the principles.



Bullseye Posters: Biographic Educational Pathway Resources

Sector: Career Education
Client: Department of Education, Employment and Workplace Relations

Miles Morgan developed a series of ‘Bullseye Posters’, designed to assist students in identifying links between school subjects and potential occupations.



Recognition of Prior Learning: An Assessment Resource for VET Practitioners

Sector: Education – Vocational Education and Training
Client: Department of Education and Training (WA)

Miles Morgan developed Recognition of Prior Learning: An assessment resource for VET practitioners to provide Registered Training Organisations (RTOs) with an up-to-date and streamlined guide to Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) within the Vocational Education and Training (VET) sector. Recognition of Prior Learning was produced with reference to the Australian Quality Training Framework.



Workplace Culture Guide for New Migrants to Western Australia

Sector: Employment and Workforce Development and Planning
Client: Department of Education and Training (WA)

In an effort to assist new migrants wishing to enter training and employment in Western Australia, Miles Morgan developed the resource Employability Skills and Workplace Culture in Australia.



Guidelines for Facilitating the Career Development of Young People with Disability

Sector: Diversity, Equity and Access – Disability
Client: Career Industry Council of Australia

Miles Morgan developed and tested a set of guidelines for CICA that focused on facilitating improvements to the quality of career development services for young people (aged 15-25) with a disability.



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