The new technologies of the fourth industrial revolution (4IR) have changed the way we work, so it is important to learn new skills to ensure you are not left behind.

“In labour-intensive and potentially hazardous industries like manufacturing and mining, 4IR can increase productivity, reduce incidents of injury and improve long-term worker wellbeing,” says Leigh-Ann Revill, CEO and principal at Chartall Business College...

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