Business Training

There are a number of other organisations that provide support for local businesses by offering training development programs, events, and policy and advocacy services.

Business SA

Business SA is known as the voice of business in South Australia.

Formerly known as the South Australian Employers’ Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Business SA is there to assist organisations of all sizes to manage people and tackle the issues faced in today’s competitive business environment.

Their highly skilled professionals provide hands-on assistance to identify workplace challenges and drive growth at every stage of the business lifecycle.

Their diverse membership base includes professional services, manufacturing, retail and emerging sectors, and they get actively involved in every facet of industry and commerce across the State.

Services offered cover many operational and specialist areas including Human Resources, Work Health and Safety, and International Trade. This is implemented through Training, Consulting, Publications, the International Business unit and an Australian Apprenticeship Centre.

For more information visit the Business SA website. 

The Department for Innovation and Skills

The Department for Innovation and Skills helps industry, business and communities identify and capitalise on opportunities for job creation and growth.
The Department of State Development is driving research, education and skills initiatives to create jobs and build the skilled workforce South Australia needs to support industry.

It brings together the expertise across government to attract and serve international investors in our diverse economy.

For more information visit the Department for Innovation and Skills website. 

 

Mainstreet SA

Mainstreet SA, is a state branch of Mainstreet Australia, and is a highly respected and energetic association for business owners, providing valuable networking, education, support and strategic direction for all stakeholders.

Mainstreet SA aims to reinforce this vision through recognising that our Mainstreets are ‘Living Spaces’ giving us, their ‘custodians’, a sense of meaning, reminding us of our past and inspiring us for our future.

For more information visit the Mainstreet SA webpage.