Greyhounds Project: Validation Sought on Final Drafts

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Thank you to everybody who provided feedback on the draft of units of competency, skill sets and qualifications. All feedback from industry has been collated and considered, along with input from the project’s Technical Advisory Committee. The final draft units, skill sets and qualifications are now available for industry validation. Validation means checking or proving that something is logically and factually accurate. We are seeking your views on whether current racing integrity and animal welfare for greyhounds has been incorporated … Read More

Review of Equine Units within Sport, Fitness and Recreation Training Package

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SkillsIQ, under the direction of the Sport, Fitness and Recreation Industry Reference Committee (IRC), is undertaking a thorough review of all Equine-related units of competency within the Sport, Fitness and Recreation Training Package. Note that this is a separate project to the Equine Safety and Training Project that Skills Impact is managing on behalf of the Racing IRC. A key and significant focus of this review work will be addressing recommendations made within the ASQA strategic review, Training in equine … Read More

Racing IRC Open for Nominations

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The Australian Industry Skills Committee (AISC) is calling for nominations for all positions on the newly revised Racing Industry Reference Committee (IRC). Please follow the link below to find out more about the nomination process. The Racing IRC will have responsibility for overseeing the development of units of competency, qualifications and skill sets within the Racing (RGR) training package. The IRC will comprise of representatives with relevant expertise across the industry and sectors. The AISC is seeking nominations up until … Read More

Equine Safety in Training Project: Validation Sought on Final Drafts

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Thank you to everybody who provided feedback on the draft of units of competency. All feedback from industry has been collated and considered, along with input from the project’s Technical Advisory Committee. The final draft units, qualifications and skill sets are now available for industry validation. Validation means checking or proving that something is logically and factually accurate. We are seeking your views on whether current safe work practices have been incorporated into the following qualifications, units of competency and skill sets, where people … Read More

Pharmaceutical Manufacturing IRC – Feedback on Proposed Structure

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The Australian Industry Skills Committee (AISC) has endorsed the establishment of a new time-limited Industry Reference Committee (IRC) for the pharmaceutical manufacturing industry, and is asking for feedback on the proposed structure (follow link below). The Pharmaceutical Manufacturing IRC will have responsibility for supporting the development of all pharmaceutical units of competency, qualifications and skill sets within the FDF10 Food Processing Training Package. For the time that it exists (a minimum of 12 months), it will work closely with the existing Food, Beverage and Pharmaceutical IRC, … Read More

AISC Servicing Industry to Provide the Skills it Needs

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  All six Skills Service Organisations (SSOs) came together on 19 April in Canberra with representatives from the Australian Skills Quality Authority (ASQA) and the Australian Industry and Skills Committee (AISC) Secretariat to collaborate on how they can better support industry’s skills needs – now and in the future.  

Update on AISC Review of Industry Reference Committees

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Completed Consultations   Proposed IRC Structures Consultation for the structure of the Racing IRC is now closed. The AISC will soon request nominations for the membership of this IRC.   IRC Structures and Membership Consultation for the structure and calls for membership of the following IRCs has now closed and the next step in this process is for the final make-up of these IRCs to be finalised by the AISC. Agriculture and Production Horticulture IRC Amenity Horticulture, Landscaping, Conservation and Land Management … Read More

Veterinary Nursing Project

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Thank you to those who provided their feedback on the draft units of competency and qualifications, which were available on the Skills Impact website from 3 – 30 April. This feedback will inform work on the final draft units and qualifications, which will be available for industry validation in late May. This project has been established to ensure relevant veterinary nursing units of competency and qualifications within the ACM10 Animal Care and Management Training Package reflect the current occupational skill standards … Read More

Retail Baking Review Project Update

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There is still time to provide feedback on the draft units of competency, skill sets and qualifications for the Retail Baking Review Project. The draft documents are available on the Skills Impact website for broad stakeholder consultation.  Please provide us with your feedback before Monday the 8th of May. The draft units, qualifications and skill sets have been available for feedback since 11 April. Thank you to those who have provided their feedback as it helps to inform the work on the final draft documents, which will be available … Read More

Greyhounds (animal welfare and racing integrity) Project Update

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Thank you to those who provided feedback on the draft units of competency, qualifications and skill sets, which were made available on the Skills Impact website from 11 April – 1 May. The feedback will inform the work on the final draft of units, qualifications and skill sets which will be available for industry validation mid-May. This project has been established to ensure units of competency from the RGR Racing Training Package are up to date and encapsulate racing integrity and animal welfare … Read More

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