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Tasmania’s dynamic and highly diversified forest and forest products industry is one of the central drivers of Tasmania’s economy, and is constantly evolving to meet market, environmental and community expectations. Find out more about the Tasmanian forest industry here.

Central to driving this evolution is the sector’s workforce which can be supported to meet these expectations by forest industry leaders working together. This workforce of the future will need to be professional, sustainable, diverse and safe.

The development and implementation of this portal and many of the initiatives contained within have been guided by:

Apprentices and Trainees

Employing an Apprentice or Trainee Employing an apprentice or trainee is a great way to attract workers to your o ...

Attraction + Recruitment

Attracting + Recruiting Employees The Tasmanian forest industry needs to not only replace its aging workforce, bu ...

Gender Diversity

Gender Diversity Gender equity within an organisation makes good business sense and benefits all employees – both ...

Mentoring

Mentoring Mentoring is often thought of in a traditional sense - of older colleagues offering their insights and ...

Training Opportunities

Forest Industry Training Opportunities There are many training opportunities for people working in or wanting to ...

Workplace Flexibility

Workplace flexibility: Attracting and retaining employees How can our workforce of the future meet the needs of our s ...

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403, 2024

Agfest 2024: TFFPN Forest Industries Site

Agfest 2024: TFFPN Forest Industries Site We're back!  Join us at the Agfest Forest Industries Site, hosted by the Tasmanian Forests and Forest Products Network, this year from 2-4 May. Our site will comprise more than a dozen site sharers from across and around the forest industry, as well as free events open to the public (see below). You will find us on Eighth Avenue at site 809-13 - just look for the forest of trees! Our site sharers this year are: ActivAcre Arbre Forest Industries Trainin ...

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