COVID-19, Bushfire, Drought and Floods

Our thoughts are with our stakeholders who are still being impacted by the bushfires, drought and floods in Australia and now COVID-19. Information about available assistance can be found at the FarmHub website. Skills Impact operations and activities continue during these challenging times, with necessary adjustments to our consultation activities. Stakeholder availability is limited and we are following all government mandates and recommendations in relation to COVID-19, with all staff working from home on an ongoing basis. Our interactions are now only by email, phone, video conferencing and the feedback hub. Please continue to feel free to contact us by these methods. Your feedback and input to improve national qualifications and skills standards is most welcome. Read more.

Automation Skills Project: Provide Feedback on Required Skills

We are seeking your feedback on how automation will impact your organisation and the skills required by your workforce. Feedback is being gathered through an online survey as part of a cross-industry project on Automation Skills. Your input will help us to identify units of competency, skill sets and qualifications that may need to be developed, modified, adapted or removed. Automation can involve a wide range of technologies, systems and processes, including computerisation, artificial intelligence, data analytics, robotics and nanotechnology. … Read More

Meat IRC Case Study – “Beefing Up Our Meat Industry”

The Australian Industry and Skills Committee (AISC) has published a case study about the Meat Industry Reference Committee (IRC) and the role they play in developing¬†units of competency, skill sets and qualifications for use by industry and the vocational training and education sector. The AISC want to share industry Vocational Education and Training (VET) success stories.¬†If you have a story you would like to share with the AISC, visit their website, go to the feedback form, provide your contact … Read More

Skills Impact Ltd is a not-for-profit organisation and acknowledges the financial support received by the Commonwealth to operate as a Skills Service Organisation. Skills Impact does not represent industry, the Department or the Commonwealth.

Skills Impact acknowledges that Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples have been living in and caring for Australia for tens of thousands of years, and this is respected in line with Skills Impact values. We recognise the challenges involved for people who are not related to Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islanders to understand the importance of their connection to Country. Skills Impact seeks and relies on guidance from Indigenous people in our work.