Training package and/or product consultation – August 2019
PWC Skills for Australia invite you to complete their online survey for the AUR Automotive training package and materials. Take the AUR survey
SkillsIQ is leading a project to review of the current UoCs in the first aid training package to reflect industry best practice and current regulations, with consideration of the skills requirements in specific areas, such as asthma and anaphylaxis and the need for additional criteria to address first aid in relation to mental health. You’re invited to provide feedback on draft 1 UoCs
The Getting a Job in IT project will update the ICT training package to reflect industry relevant skill needs to ensure qualifications are fit for purpose.The third batch of training products are available for review and comment
The following education support draft 2 qualifications and associated UoCs are now available for public consultation.
- CHC30213 Certificate III in Education Support
- CHC40213 Certificate IV in Education Support
The draft qualifications and UoCs, a consultation guide including a summary mapping table, and links to register for scheduled webinars on Wednesday 21 and Thursday 22 August 2019 are available on the SkillsIQ website. View the draft CHC materials
Maritime and Corrections industry subject matter experts needed!
The Maritime IRC is seeking to form Technical Advisory Committee for three projects to review and develop materials for the MAR Maritime training package.
The three projects require industry expertise to inform the development of:
- dynamic positioning system operators skill set and new UoCs;
- a new compass adjuster skill set and UoC aligned to AMSA regulatory and certification requirements; and
- new maritime towing skill sets and UoCs.
For full details, please visit the project pages.
The Corrections IRC is looking for industry experts to form a Technical Advisory Committee (TAC) to help update four units of competency, and develop a new offender engagement skill set to equip correctional services officers with the skills to enhance engagement and support with offenders.
Correctional staff require well-developed communication skills to engage with offenders to identify their individual needs, vocational interests and strengths and encourage participation in appropriate programs and services.
This is aimed at improving reintegration in the community, reducing recidivism and increasing future employment opportunities.
Skills Impact SSO
Work has begun at Skills Impact SSO in a range of industry areas.
At present these projects are in the planning stage, with more starting up soon, and there’s opportunities to get involved.
- Conservation and land management (review of CLM UoCs)
- Agronomy (development of a Diploma qualification)
- Biosecurity and emergency response (benchmarking job roles and activities)
- Food and beverage processing (review and update of qualifications)
- Medicinal crops (development of new UoCs/skill sets)