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Added on Friday, April 11th, 2014 in section Chamber News.

Moruya and District Business Development Project

Objective
Moruya businesses and community will develop a three year Strategic Plan that will lead to economic development, sustainable employment and increased business for our district.

Outputs
 – A clear way forward for the Chamber with agreed objectives and actions
 – Opportunities for collaborative engagement by whole of community
 – A plan that inspires innovation and embraces new ideas
 – Recognition for participants in the form of a management qualification

Who and what’s involved
Beginning in June 2014, a group of nine Chamber members will work over eight consecutive weeks to draft a Strategic Plan. Each week the group will be guided through a process of discussion, consultation and review that will build the framework of the plan.

The Workshop process is underpinned by nationally accredited training. This means that during the workshops, a Record of Prior Learning (RPL) process will be used to assess your competency with a view to you attaining a Certificate IV in Frontline Management. Supporting evidence from you including resume, job descriptions and previous education and training outcomes will help support the recognition process.

The group will also consult widely with the local business community and others including government. The process will also examine the Chamber’s Constitution and recommend any improvements to bring it up to date.

To find out more download the Strategic Planning Program information session fact sheet or contact Steve Picton on 0437 143 477 by 25th April

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