New Projects

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A number of new projects have been approved out of the most recent meetings of the AISC. Project pages for each will be available on the Skills Impact website by July 2019, where stakeholders will be able to register their interest.  

Cert IV in Farriery Meets the Mark

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We caught up with Master Farrier at Flemington Stables Mark Cumming, who was involved in the Farriery Project last year and is excited the Cert IV is now available for training providers to use. Farriery is an increasingly sophisticated occupation and the skills and tasks involved have changed over the years, so it was important to make sure the qualification matched up with how the job is done today. Mark said he looks forward to hiring apprentices in future, who will be trained in a qualification … Read More

What is a Training Package?

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It’s a question we are hear a lot, but maybe the real question is – why are they important? Or, why should I be interested in training packages? Industry plays a vital role in the process of updating training packages and to benchmark the skills standards for their job roles. This way the qualifications can be reviewed to match the current needs and expectations of the workforce. The advantage of training packages is that they offer a national and industry-led approach … Read More

Future Industry Directions and Skills Needs Submitted to AISC

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Many of you provided advice on the direction and skill needs of your industry between now and 2022. These views have been compiled and submitted to the Australian Industry Skills Committee (AISC), documented in industry-specific IRC Skills Forecasts and Proposed Schedules of Work. One of the clear themes to emerge during consultation was the need to look at different ways to address industry skill needs, in addition to reviewing qualifications and units. This year some different types of projects have … Read More

New Food & Beverage Processing Project

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These days people want to know exactly where their food comes from, how it’s packaged and what’s in it. In response, the food and beverage processing industry is adopting innovations to improve traceability, control contaminants, and further automate processes. As a result of these changes and more, some of the most used qualifications in food and beverage processing are now in need of updating, to make sure training matches with current requirements for skills, knowledge and practices.    

Seafood Industry Projects Submitted to AISC

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New and revised qualifications and skills standards to support a wide range of job roles have been finalised and submitted to the Australian Industry and Skills Committee (AISC) for endorsement. They have been developed as part of three national projects and consultation across the country. We thank the more than 200 industry members who provided detailed feedback and dedicated their time and expertise. It has resulted in qualifications and skills standards that incorporate the essential skills for managing biosecurity issues and … Read More

Skills Priorities and Projects for Pulp & Paper Manufacturing Industry

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We’re seeking your feedback on the priority skills that have been identified for the pulp and paper industries between 2019 and 2022.They are documented in a draft IRC Skills Forecast and Proposed Schedule of Work (Skills Forecast) document. Several projects have been proposed to address these priority skills, as summarised in the grey box below. Feedback is being collected up until 14 May 2019. The IRC Skills Forecast will be considered by the Australian Industry and Skills Committee (AISC). The information will be used … Read More

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