Developing Enterprise Employees

As an organisation dedicated to working in remote and under developed communities, it’s evident there are countless opportunities for enterprise development. The consistent theme we see, is that people all over the country in remote and under developed communities have incredible ideas, however they often don’t have the skills or capability to work in and manage their own sustainable enterprise.

 

To combat this reoccurring issue, we established a unique ‘Development Plan’ learning & development process, suitable for any person who has been identified as having the potential to take ownership of the enterprise. The Development Plan is designed to build a person’s capacity to the point where they can manage their own sustainable enterprise.

AXCFDE Aboriginal woman artist Judy Baypungnalala with traditional pandanus mat she has woven Ramingining Arnhem Land NT Australia
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 DEVELOPMENT PLANS

The first step we take in the Development Planning process involves a simple Skills Gap Analysis of both the enterprise concept, and of the enterprise employee/s who have been identified as potential future owners.

 

The analysis identifies the developmental skills that will be required in order to continue running the enterprise after the transition phase. Any missing skills or qualifications that are identified as being essential, will form the foundation of the Development Plan. This simple model ensures each Development Plan is tailored to both the business and the individuals working within the enterprise.

COE’S DEVELOPMENT TOOLBOX

Once the Skills Gap Analysis has been completed, we work closely with the potential enterprise owner/s to select the best learning options from our Developmental Tool Box.

 

These learning options are then entered into the plan that outlines what learning specifics will support the delivery, and within appropriate time frames.

 

The Learning Options listed are available to all enterprise employees that have been identified as potential owner/s…

ACCREDITED TRAINING
  • Industry Specific
  • Licensing
  • Cert III Business
  • Cert IV New Small Business
  • Cert IV Small Business Management
COE BUSINESS MODEL CANVAS
  • Self-paced modules
  • Develops Business Model Canvas
  • Supported by COE Business Mentor
COE BUSINESS MENTOR
  • Regular business support contacts
  • Development plan co-ordinator
  • Go-to person for support and advice
WORK EXPERIENCE
  • Regular business support contacts
  • Development plan co-ordinator
  • Go-to person for support and advice
LIFE SKILLS
  • Community groups and programs
  • Literacy and Numeracy
  • Drug and Alcohol support
  • ICAN
COMMUNITY MENTOR
  • Local skills and experience
  • Broaden community networks
  • Identify opportunities
EMG BUSINESS COACHING
  • WHS
  • Human Resources
  • Finance
  • Marketing