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Draft 2018-2021 IRC Skills Forecasts

Feedback on Priority Skills for Your Industry

The draft 2018-2021 IRC Skills Forecasts and Proposed Schedules of Work for all of the Industry Reference Committees (IRCs) that Skills Impact supports are now available on our website.

The draft documents have been published progressively, over the past two months. Each document has been made available for industry feedback and comment over a four week period. Thank you to those who have provided feedback and comment. There is still time to provide feedback on some of these documents, prior to their submission to the Australian Industry and Skills Committee (AISC) in late April. We are seeking your feedback on the priority skills for your industry, including skills gaps within national training packages, i.e. units of competency, skill sets and qualifications.

Drafts Still Available for Feedback
To download the individual documents, please click on the links below. Feedback can be submitted via the feedback button on the relevant webpage.

Feedback Being Collated
The consultation period for the following draft documents has wrapped up. All feedback is being collated and will be provided to the relevant IRCs shortly, for a decision on the final make-up of the document, for submission to the AISC. To view the draft documents, please following the links below.

IRC Skills Forecasts and Proposed Schedules of Work identify skills gaps, emerging skills needs and associated training needs for industry, and determine whether there is a need to change training packages (i.e. units of competency, skill sets and qualifications). The documents propose a plan for reviewing and developing the relevant units, skill sets and qualifications, which is then submitted from the relevant IRC to the AISC in late April for their consideration and approval.