Respect for Country Job Skills Project

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Case for change

The units of competency in the AHC Training Package related to Aboriginal Site Works (ASW) and Indigenous Land Management (ILM) have not been reviewed for content for some time. During this period, job roles have grown in importance and more opportunities exist for Aboriginal and Islander people to take up occupations related to the skills and knowledge covered by the unit sectors.

It is important to retain the integrity of the units and protect Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander rights to be able to utilise these knowledge and skills for their communities and for personal vocations. It is also important to ensure that these critical knowledge and skills can be recognised by employers for job opportunities, and that any skills gaps are identified and addressed.

The Australian Industry Skills Committee (AISC) approved this project, out of the 2021 Annual Update to the IRC Skills Forecast (see pages 63-68).

The Agriculture and Production Horticulture IRC and the Amenity Horticulture, Landscaping, Conservation and Land Management IRC will oversee this project as part of their responsibility to support engagement with the industry, and to ensure the project meets industry stakeholder needs.

Skills Impact will manage this project, consistent with the 2012 Standards for Training Package Development.

Download Project Proposal (see pages 63-68)

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Project Plan

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures possess skills and knowledge for respecting Country that have been developed over thousands of years. Some of these skills and knowledge are used in jobs connected to managing Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander land and reporting on important sites. These are described in nationally endorsed qualifications, skill sets and units that are used by registered training organisations (RTOs) to equip leaners for jobs in ecosystem management, conservation, environmental and cultural analysis, and ranger occupations, as well as roles preparing government, legislative or regulatory reports.

Skills Impact is seeking to connect with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people about whether these qualifications and skills standards still describe the skills and knowledge required of this work, and to hear about any improvements that can be made.

The project team of Michelle Ingley-Smith and Cathy Beven are here to talk about the current qualifications, skill sets and units and are seeking guidance on whether they can better support Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander learners and communities.

 

 

Michelle Ingley-Smith, Industry Engagement Manager

Michelle is a proud Maori woman descending from the Ngati Korokoro hapu (subtribe) of the Ngapuhi iwi (tribe). Her ancestors traditionally inhabited the area around Hokianga on the North-West coast of Northland, Aotearoa. She currently lives on Country of the Kaurna people in the Adelaide Plains of South Australia.

michelle@skillsimpact.com.au

0438 632 439

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Cathy Beven, Industry Skills Standards Specialist

Cathy has experience training and working with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people in Far North Queensland, specifically in and around Cape York and Thursday Island. She has also worked with members of a not-for-profit organisation designing a holistic healthy living program for school students in Aboriginal communities in Northern Territory and Northern Western Australia. She currently lives on Boon Wurrung Country.

catherine@skillsimpact.com.au

03 9321 3526

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Feedback about this project is welcomed at any time by contacting Michelle or Cathy by email or phone.

If you would like to receive updates on the project, you can register your interest by following the newsletter subscription link below.

 

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Relevant Occupations
  • Rangers Land & Sea
  • Conservation Field Officers
  • Cultural & Heritage Officers
  • Land Council Site Officers
  • ILM Assistants
  • Mine Workers
  • Surveyors
  • Forestry Workers
  • Tourism Operators / Guides

Project Scope

As part of this project, we are seeking feedback on two qualifications, 14 skill sets and 35 units of competency that relate to skills and knowledge for respecting Country.

Qualifications and Units

AHCASW301 Protect places of Aboriginal cultural significance
AHCASW302 Relate Aboriginal culture to sites work
AHCASW303 Identify and record Aboriginal sites, objects and cultural landscapes
AHCASW304 Identify Indigenous culturally significant plants
AHCASW305 Work with Aboriginal ceremonial secret sacred materials
AHCASW306 Use technology in Aboriginal sites work
AHCASW307 Support the documentation of Aboriginal cultural landscapes
AHCASW308 Apply cultural significance to Aboriginal sites and landscapes
AHCASW309 Interpret Aboriginal cultural landscape
AHCASW310 Move and store Aboriginal cultural material
AHCASW312 Maintain an Aboriginal cultural site
AHCASW313 Apply knowledge of relevant legislation to Aboriginal sites work
AHCASW501 Survey and report on Aboriginal cultural sites
AHCILM201 Maintain cultural places
AHCILM202 Observe and report plants or animals
AHCILM203 Record information about Country
AHCILM302 Provide appropriate information on cultural knowledge
AHCILM305 Work with an Aboriginal Community or organisation
AHCILM306 Follow Aboriginal cultural protocols
AHCILM307 Implement Aboriginal cultural burning practices
AHCILM308 Identify traditional customs and land rights for an Indigenous Community
AHCILM401 Protect places of cultural significance
AHCILM402 Report on place of potential cultural significance
AHCILM403 Contribute to the proposal for a negotiated outcome for a given area of Country
AHCILM404 Record and document Community history
AHCILM405 Develop work practices to accommodate cultural identity
AHCILM501 Conduct field research into natural and cultural resources
AHCILM502 Develop conservation strategies for cultural resources
AHCILM503 Manage restoration of cultural places
AHCILM504 Develop strategies for Indigenous land or sea management
AHCILM505 Map relationship of business enterprise to culture and Country
AHCILM506 Operate within Community cultures and goals
AHCILM508 Propose a negotiated outcome for a given area of Country
AHCILM510 Plan for successful cultural practice at work
AHCILM601 Manage cultural processes in an Indigenous organisation

 

Development

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people have been maintaining and caring for Country over thousands of years. Their skills and knowledge are critical to land and sea management activities including conservation and cultural heritage roles.

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are leading and guiding the review and development work of national skills standards for Indigenous Land Management and Aboriginal Sites Work. A Project Working group of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and representatives have met to discuss the job roles and functions required for this work. They have looked at existing units of competency and qualifications and discussed skill requirements. Some key considerations have included:

  • appropriate language and consistent terminology
  • protection of cultural IP and the sharing of knowledge
  • clarifying the target cohort and job outcomes
  • qualification structures and pathways connected to conservation and ecosystems management
  • foundational skills are considered and incorporated in the qualification
  • awareness and understanding of the different legislation, regulations, local laws and community lores.

The collaboration of the Project Working Group will support the work of those who play an important role in protecting, maintaining the caring for Country, such as Indigenous Rangers, Conservation Field Officer, Cultural and Heritage Officers, Land Council Site Officers and Tourism Operators and Guides. The group is reviewing and developing units of competency and to co-designing two qualifications that support the unique skills requirements for Indigenous land and sea management, so that the skill standards are appropriate and reflective of the needs for Indigenous and Torres Strait people in these important roles.

Development outcomes and next steps

The Project Working Group is providing input into two qualifications and thirty-five units of competency. The draft skill standards will be made available on this webpage for broad stakeholder consultation and feedback in early January, under the ‘Drafts Available’ menu above. Your input is welcome, please feel free to register your interest to keep informed of project updates and when draft materials are available for feedback.

 

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Drafts Available

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures possess skills and knowledge that are crucial to land and sea management activities, including conservation and cultural heritage roles. Some of these skills are described in nationally endorsed qualifications, skill sets and units that are used by registered training organisations (RTOs) to equip leaners for jobs as Indigenous rangers, conservation field officers, cultural and heritage officers, land council site officers and tourism operators and guides. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are leading and guiding the review of national qualifications and skills standards, so that they reflect current skill needs and terminology.

Thank you to those who provided feedback on the draft qualifications, skill sets and units of competency that were made available for feedback from 21 February until 4 April 2022. The drafts and any comments made are still available to view below.

Feedback was sought on two qualifications and their units that were revised and renamed to incorporate inclusive language and current terminology. Changes were also made so that the qualifications are more focused and relevant and support career pathways. Packaging rules were restructured to support flexible and appropriate training delivery. Feedback was also sought on revised skill sets.

Thirty five existing units of competency were revised to improve their relevance and clarity, cover foundation skills and remove barriers to assessment. A number of units were updated to incorporate Indigenous Culture and Intellectual Property (ICIP), so that learners working with Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander communities have the skills to support cultural safety through shared respect, meaning and knowledge.

Skills Impact acknowledges the traditional custodians and owners of this land and all who have a connection to Country and their role in caring for and maintaining Country over thousands of years. We pay our respects to Elders, leaders past, present and emerging and to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples. We acknowledge and thank the many project partners including Traditional Owners, Land Councils and organisations, registered training organisations, Government and non-government organisation representatives who have collaborated with us so far in this project.

Feedback was also collected from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and representatives regarding how they want their sector referred to. While the titles of the qualifications were updated, the coding of the units still reflects previous language of Aboriginal Site Works (ASW) and Indigenous Land Management (ILM). Feedback was sought on whether the unit codes should be updated, for example: Aboriginal Sites Work (ASW) could become Cultural Sites Work (CSW) and Indigenous Land Management (ILM) could become On County Management (OCM) or other names that appropriately represent the sectors.

Feedback collected will inform the work on the final drafts which will be available for industry validation later in the year.

Unit code and nameProposed changes or rationalLink
AHC3X522 Certificate III in On Country ManagementUpdated qualification title and code

Revised number of core units

Revised and updated elective units

View draft qualification
AHC3X522 Certificate III in Cultural Sites WorkUpdated qualification title and code

Revised qualification description and number of core units

Revised and updated elective units

View draft qualification

The draft documents can be downloaded in Microsoft Word format by clicking here

Skill sets have been updated to reflect changes in the units and their codes have been revised.

Unit code and nameLink
AHCSS0XX32 Identify Plants for Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander Land Management Skill SetView draft skill set
AHCSS0XX47 Report on Aboriginal and or Torres Strait Islander Cultural Sites Skill SetView draft skill set
AHCSS0XX69 Recognise Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander Cultural Sites Skill SetView draft skill set
AHCSS0XX71 Recognise Native Fauna on Country Skill SetView draft skill set
AHCSS0XX81 Introduction to Carbon Farming Savanna Burning Skill SetView draft skill set
AHCSS0XX82 Carbon Farming Aerial Savanna Burning Skill SetView draft skill set
AHCSS0XX83 Carbon Farming Savanna Burning Operations Leader Skill SetView draft skill set

The draft documents can be downloaded in Microsoft Word format by clicking here

Unit code and nameProposed changes or rationalLink
AHCASW3X01 Safeguard places of Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander cultural significanceUpdated unit code and title

Reviewed Elements and Performance Criteria

Added Foundation Skills

Revised Application, Performance Evidence, Knowledge Evidence and Assessment Conditions

View draft unit
AHCASW3X02 Relate Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander culture to sites workRevised unit code and title

Reviewed Elements and Performance Criteria

Added Foundation Skills

Revised Application, Performance Evidence and Knowledge Evidence Revised Assessment Conditions

View draft unit
AHCASW3X03 Identify and record sites, objects and cultural landscapes on CountryUpdated unit code and name

Revised Application

Reviewed and revised Elements and Performance Criteria

Added Foundation Skills Revised

Performance Evidence and Knowledge Evidence Revised Assessment Conditions

View draft unit
AHCASW3X04 Identify Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander culturally significant plantsRevised code and unit name

Reviewed and revised Application

Reviewed Elements and Performance Criteria

Added Foundation Skills

Revised Performance Evidence, Knowledge Evidence and Assessment Conditions

View draft unit
AHCASW3X05 Work with Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander ceremonial and sacred materialsChanged unit code and name

Updated Application

Revised Elements, Performance Criteria, Performance Evidence, Knowledge Evidence and Assessment Conditions

Added Foundation Skills

View draft unit
AHCASW3X06 Use technology in Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander sites workRevised unit code and name

Reviewed and revised Elements and Performance Criteria

Added Foundation Skills

Revised Application, Performance Evidence, Knowledge Evidence and Assessment Conditions

View draft unit
AHCASW3X07 Support the documentation of Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander cultural landscapesUpdated unit code and title

Revised Application

Reviewed and revised Elements and Performance Criteria

Added Foundation Skills

Revised Performance Evidence, Knowledge Evidence and Assessment Conditions

View draft unit
AHCASW3X08 Apply cultural significance to Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander sites and landscapesRevised unit code and name

Reviewed and revised Elements and Performance Criteria

Added Foundation Skills

Revised Application, Performance Evidence, Knowledge Evidence and Assessment Conditions

View draft unit
AHCASW3X09 Interpret Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander cultural landscapeRevised unit code and name

Reviewed and revised Elements and Performance Criteria

Added Foundation Skills

Revised Application, Performance Evidence, Knowledge Evidence, and Assessment Conditions

View draft unit
AHCASW3X10 Move and store Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander cultural materialRevised unit code and name

Reviewed and revised Elements and Performance Criteria

Added Foundation Skills

Revised Application, Performance Evidence, Knowledge Evidence and Assessment Conditions

View draft unit
AHCASW3X12 Maintain an Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander cultural siteRevised unit code and name

Reviewed and revised Elements and Performance Criteria

Added Foundation Skills

Revised Application, Performance Evidence, Knowledge Evidence and Assessment Conditions

View draft unit
AHCASW3X13 Apply knowledge of relevant legislation to Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander sites workChanged unit code and name to include cultural safety

Updated Application

Revised Elements and Performance Criteria to include cultural safety

Revised Performance Evidence and Knowledge Evidence to include cultural safety

Added Foundation Skills

Revised Assessment Conditions

View draft unit
AHCASW5X01 Survey and report on Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander cultural sitesChanged unit code and name

Updated Application

Revised Elements and Performance Criteria

Revised Performance Evidence and Knowledge Evidence

Added Foundation Skills

Revised Assessment Conditions

View draft unit

The draft documents can be downloaded in Microsoft Word format by clicking here

Unit code and nameProposed changes or rationalLink
AHCILM2X01 Maintain cultural placesRevised Performance Criteria

Added in Foundation Skills

Revised Performance Evidence and Knowledge Evidence

View draft unit
AHCILM2X02 Observe and report plants or animalsRevised Application

Added Foundation Skills

Revised Performance Evidence and Knowledge Evidence

Updated Assessment Conditions

View draft unit
AHCILM2X03 Record information about CountryFoundation skills added

Performance Evidence and Knowledge Evidence revised

Assessment Conditions revised

View draft unit
AHCILM3X02 Provide appropriate information on cultural knowledgeRevised Application

Updated Performance Criteria

Added Foundation Skills

Revised Performance Evidence and Knowledge Evidence

Updated Assessment Conditions

View draft unit
AHCILM3X05 Work with an Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander Community or organisationUpdated Performance Criteria

Added Foundation Skills

Revised Application, Performance Evidence, and Knowledge Evidence

Updated Assessment Conditions

View draft unit
AHCILM3X06 Develop awareness of Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander cultural safety and protocolsChanged unit code and name to include cultural safety

Updated Application

Revised Elements and Performance Criteria to include cultural safety

Revised Performance Evidence and Knowledge Evidence to include cultural safety

Added Foundation Skills

Revised Assessment Conditions

View draft unit
AHCILM3X07 Implement cultural burning practicesUpdated Performance Criteria

Added Foundation Skills

Revised Application, Performance Evidence and Knowledge Evidence

Updated Assessment Conditions

View draft unit
AHCILM3X08 Identify traditional customs and land rights for an Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander CommunityUpdated unit code and title

Updated Performance Criteria

Added Foundation Skills

Revised Application, Performance Evidence and Knowledge Evidence

Updated Assessment Conditions

View draft unit
AHCILM4X01 Safeguard places of cultural significanceChanged unit Title

Reviewed and revised Elements and Performance Criteria

Added Foundation Skills

Revised Application, Performance Evidence, Knowledge Evidence and Assessment Conditions

View draft unit
AHCILM4X02 Report on place of potential cultural significanceUpdated Performance Criteria and Assessment Conditions

Added Foundation Skills

Revised Application, Performance Evidence and Knowledge Evidence

View draft unit
AHCILM4X03 Contribute to a proposal for a negotiated outcome for a given area of CountryChanged unit code

Revised Application

Updated Elements and Performance Criteria

Added Foundation Skills

Revised Performance Evidence and Knowledge Evidence

View draft unit
AHCILM4X04 Record and document Community historyRevised Application, Performance Criteria, Performance Evidence, Knowledge Evidence and Assessment Conditions

Added Foundation Skills

View draft unit
AHCILM4X05 Develop work practices to accommodate cultural identityRevised Application, Elements, Performance Criteria, Performance Evidence, Knowledge Evidence and Assessment Conditions

Added Foundation Skills

View draft unit
AHCILM5X01 Conduct field research into natural and cultural resourcesRevised Application, Elements, Performance Criteria, Performance Evidence and Knowledge Evidence

Updated Assessment Conditions

View draft unit
AHCILM5X02 Develop conservation strategies for cultural resourcesReviewed Elements and Performance Criteria

Added Foundation Skills

Updated Performance Evidence and Knowledge Evidence

Revised Assessment Conditions

View draft unit
AHCILM5X03 Manage restoration of cultural placesReviewed Elements and Performance Criteria

Added Foundation Skills

Revised Performance Evidence, Knowledge Evidence and Assessment Conditions

View draft unit
AHCILM5X04 Develop strategies for on Country managementUpdated unit name and code

Revised Application and Assessment Conditions

Reviewed Elements and Performance Criteria

Added Foundation Skills

Reviewed and revised Performance Evidence and Knowledge Evidence

View draft unit
AHCILM5X05 Map relationship of business enterprise to culture and CountryRevised Elements, Performance Criteria, Performance Evidence and Knowledge Evidence

Added Foundation Skills

Updated Assessment Conditions

View draft unit
AHCILM5X06 Operate within Community cultures and goalsRevised Application

Updated Elements and Performance Criteria

Added Foundation Skills

Revised Performance Evidence and Knowledge Evidence

Revised Assessment Conditions

View draft unit
AHCILM5X08 Propose a negotiated outcome for a given area of CountryMinor changes to Application

Minor changes to Elements and Performance Criteria

Added Foundation Skills

Revised Performance Evidence to express assessment in terms of frequency

Revised Knowledge Evidence

Revised Assessment Conditions to include Assessor requirements

View draft unit
AHCILM5X10 Plan for successful cultural practice at workMinor changes to Application

Minor changes to Elements and Performance Criteria

Added Foundation Skills

Revised Performance Evidence to express assessment in terms of frequency

Revised Knowledge Evidence

Revised Assessment Conditions to include Assessor requirements

View draft unit
AHCILM6X01 Manage cultural processes in an Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander organisationUpdated unit code and title to include Torres Strait Islander people

Minor changes to Application

Minor changes to Elements and Performance Criteria

Added Foundation Skills

Revised Performance Evidence to express assessment in terms of frequency

Revised Knowledge Evidence

Revised Assessment Conditions to include Assessor requirements

View draft unit
AHCILM3X07 Implement cultural burning practices on CountryUpdated unit code and title to remove ‘Aboriginal’ and add ‘on Country’

Minor changes to Application

Minor changes to Elements and Performance Criteria

Added Foundation Skills

Revised Performance Evidence to express assessment in terms of frequency

Revised Knowledge Evidence

Revised Assessment Conditions to include Assessor requirements

View draft unit
AHCILM5X05 Map relationship of business enterprise to culture and CountryMinor changes to Application

Minor changes to Elements and Performance Criteria

Added Foundation Skills

Revised Performance Evidence to express assessment in terms of frequency

Revised Knowledge Evidence

Revised Assessment Conditions to include Assessor requirements

View draft unit
AHCILM5X06 Operate within Community cultures and goalsMinor changes to Application

Minor changes to Elements and Performance Criteria

Added Foundation Skills

Revised Performance Evidence to express assessment in terms of frequency

Revised Knowledge Evidence

Revised Assessment Conditions to include Assessor requirements

View draft unit

The draft documents can be downloaded in Microsoft Word format by clicking here

It is a priority for Skills Ministers to ensure employers’ and learners’ needs can be met through the VET system by reducing the complexity of the training system and improving accessibility of training. One of the key considerations is whether there is a need for formal training of skills through the VET system to achieve competency in the job role.

Enrolment numbers are a key piece of evidence to indicate the need for formal VET training. There may be a number of explanations for low enrolment numbers in a unit of competency, skill set or qualification, and the AISC are asking industry to confirm whether low enrolment numbers are an indication of lack of industry need, or whether there may be reasons for keeping the relevant skill in the formal training system in spite of low enrolment numbers.

Initially, a cut-off point for specific review of units has been set at fewer than 42 enrolments in each of the last three years.

Several of the units being reviewed as part of this project have been identified as meeting this criteria.

The AISC will consider industry viewpoints for maintaining these, backed up by evidence of future enrolments as reasons for them to be retained.

To help guide the AISC decision, the Industry Reference Committee needs to provide information around the following factors:

  • Whether units proposed for retention are core to qualifications being retained?
  • Are there linkages with industrial and legislative arrangements?
  • Are enrolments expected to increase in the near future? And if so, why?
  • Is there employment growth in the skills outlined in the unit/qualifications? And if so, why?
  • Is there another specialist requirement to keep the unit/qualification?

Feedback was collected around these questions for the below units. Your feedback will be considered by the project working group and the Industry Reference Committee and will assist these groups with the advice they provide to the AISC.

If these products are updated to a ‘deleted’ status, they will still be accessible on training.gov.au as a reference point for industry to use for non-enrolment purposes. However, registered training organisations will be unable to enrol students in deleted units. They will no longer be considered part of the VET delivery system and will not be funded for delivery, while they are in “deleted” status.

Below are the units that the AISC are considering for deletion and details of the past six years of enrolments for each.

 

Unit code and name201520162017201820192020Total
AHCASW501 Survey and report on Aboriginal cultural sites125603026
AHCILM308 Identify traditional customs and land rights for an Indigenous Community0152111534
AHCILM403 Contribute to the proposal for a negotiated outcome for a given area of Country00505010
AHCILM503 Manage restoration of cultural places24420214
AHCILM504 Develop strategies for Indigenous land or sea management132002017
AHCILM508 Propose a negotiated outcome for a given area of Country64000010

Qualification code and nameProposed changes or rationalLink
Advanced Diploma of Conservation and Land ManagementBased on industry feedback collected as part of the Conservation and Land Management Project in 2020, qualifications and units in conservation and land management (CLM) were re-named and re-coded to conservation and ecosystem management (CEM).

In order to bring the Advanced Diploma of Conservation and Land Management in line with these changes, it will be renamed the Advanced Diploma of Conservation and Ecosystem Management as part of this project. It will also be recoded.

This update has been considered and approved by the Amenity Horticulture, Landscaping, Conservation & Land Management Industry Reference Committee.

 View qualification on national register

Consultation to date

The qualifications, skill sets and units have been drafted in consultation with project partners, including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and representatives. They have provided feedback on information received during working group and workforce functional analysis meetings in November and December 2021. People working directly in the Cultural Sites or On Country Management participated in the meetings and provided information on the skills and knowledge required for job roles and tasks. Thank you to those who provided feedback during these activities.

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