The Working Futures Foundation has been established to remove the commercial imperative from major research projects. The Foundation's research and work focus on providing independent investigation and reports into national and industry workforce planning, regional development, and commentary on the impact of the Digital Economy on communities and especially young people and those in rural and remote locations
What We Do
The Foundation works in collaboration with government, professional, national industry skills councils and the University of Tasmania to conduct research. The focus is on research that can directly assist overcome common barriers that impinge upon transformational change, skills development, improved approaches to learning and regional development. Research is both self-funded and sponsored by partners.