We welcome your feedback on the draft Cases for Change, listed below.
A Case for Change sets out evidence for proposed changes to a training package (i.e. qualifications, skill sets and units of competency). It includes the scope of the research, analysis and industry engagement undertaken to collate the evidence base.
We welcome your feedback on the draft Cases for Change to see if they accurately describe industry skills gaps and the need to review or develop qualifications, skill sets and units of competency.
The Cases for Change listed below have been prepared by Skills Impact under direction of the relevant Industry Reference Committee (IRC). They are developed in conjunction with the IRC Skills Forecasts and Proposed Schedules of Work and most often they will align to Priority Skills Areas outlined in these documents..
The draft Cases for Change will be submitted to the Australian Industry and Skills Committee (AISC) for their consideration. Once approved by the AISC, a Case for Change will form the basis of a project to review and develop relevant qualifications, skill sets and units of competency.
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Development of a Food-Safe Pest Control Management Program
This draft Case for Change provides evidence of industry and regulatory support for the development of new units and a skill set in pest control management for quality assurance workers in a meat processing premises.
New Units in Threat & Vulnerability in Assessment Critical Control Points
This draft Case for Change provides evidence of industry and regulatory support for the development of one new unit to support quality assurance workers in the analysis of Threat Assessment Critical Control Points (TACCP) and Vulnerability Assessment Critical Control Points (VACCP) – a requirement for British Retail Consortium (BRC) and other proprietary quality assurance systems. The BRC Global Standards are used extensively by Australia’s international meat customers, and Australian meat processors are regularly audited against these standards.
Adding Value to Material Handling Through Traceability of Products
This draft Case for Change provides evidence of industry support for the identification and/or development of three new units and two skill sets to address skills requirements in meat storage and handling.