Racing Industry Review Project: Feedback Sought on Drafts

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The Racing Industry Review Project has now moved to the ‘consultation’ stage, which means draft qualifications, skill sets and units of competency are now available for your review and feedback. Feedback is being sought on whether the draft qualifications, skill sets and units reflect the current skills and safety requirements of industry, and whether job functions are accurately described. The draft documents will be available on the project webpage for input and feedback until 10 November. To provide your feedback, … Read More

Environmental Sustainability Skills Project – Feedback on Skills Needs

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We are seeking your feedback on the skills needs that are shared by multiple industry sectors in relation to environmental sustainability. Skills Impact commissioned Ithaca Group to identify these shared environmental sustainability skills. The resulting draft report draws on an investigation and analysis of current training package content to identify: potential areas of duplication across industries, sectors and occupational groupings existing competencies with potential for modification to allow use across industries gaps where there might be opportunities to develop new … Read More

New Racing & Farriery Projects

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Two new projects have been established for the racing and farrier industries, to review and update units of competency, skill sets and qualifications. 

Four New Food, Beverage & Pharmaceutical Projects 

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Four new projects are now underway in the food, beverage and pharmaceutical manufacturing industries to review units of competency, skill sets and qualifications, to ensure they reflect current industry skills standards and practices. We invite you to provide your feedback on the existing units, skill sets and qualifications that will be reviewed as part of each project. Your feedback will help us in drafting revised versions which will be available for industry consultation in November and December this year. To provide … Read More

New Projects in Ag Chemical Handling; Machinery; Pest Management; Apiculture

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Four new projects are underway to review units of competency, skill sets and qualifications relating to agricultural chemical handling, machinery, pest management and apiculture, to ensure they reflect current industry skills standards and practices. We invite you to provide your feedback on the current and existing units, skill sets and qualifications that will be reviewed as part of each project. Your feedback will help us to draft the revised versions which will be available for industry consultation in November – December … Read More

New Food Science and Technology Project

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  The Food Science and Technology Project is now underway. Visit the project webpage to view the project scope, timeline and deliverables. This project will review 4 qualifications and approximately 81 units of competency within the FBP Food, Beverage and Pharmaceutical Training Package, ensuring all job functions are accurately described in the training package components, with appropriate current knowledge and skill needs. A focus of this project will be to align units and qualifications with the current rigorous regulations on food … Read More

New Projects

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The Australian Industry Skills Committee (AISC) has approved 12 new projects to review and/or develop units of competency, skill sets and qualifications in the industries and skill areas listed below. Skills Impact will support the relevant Industry Reference Committees (IRCs) to undertake these projects. Project pages will be published on our website over the next few weeks. We encourage anyone who would like to be involved to register their interest to receive project updates. Food, Beverage and Pharmaceuticals Wine Operations … Read More

 

 

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