The report provides Jobs and Skills Australia’s initial assessment of the national skills system and Australia’s current, emerging and future skills needs, as required by the Jobs and Skills Australia Act 2022. It also lays the groundwork for a national jobs and skills roadmap to be developed over the coming year and beyond, in collaboration with industry, Jobs and Skills Councils, the education and training sectors, states and territories, and Australian Government agencies.
Read the inaugural report Here
The report provides the Western Australian Parliament and the community with an overview of our performance, as well as budget papers and other strategic documents. It offers transparency, accountability, and compliance with legislative and government policy requirements, focuses on key areas of achievement and describes the functions, operations and performance highlights of the Department over the period.
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ANZSCO Consultation Round 3
The Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) are currently reviewing the Australian and New Zealand Classification of Occupations (ANZSCO) to ensure the occupations listed reflect a contemporary labour market.
ANZSCOs inform educational pathways, skilled migration programs and workforce strategies that equip Australians with skills to get jobs and stay employed.
The third round of the ANZSCO review has now opened. The occupational focus areas in bold are those within the LDSC remit.
Click here to review the occupations in each of the focus areas listed below.
This will be the most significant round for the LDSC as many of the occupations fall into LDSC Industry sectors.
Consultation Round 3 (10 October - 5 December 2023) - Occupation Focus Areas
What we need from you:
Please review the occupations under each focus area, and advise the LDSC of:
Contact the LDSC via firstname.lastname@example.org or visit the ABS Consultation Hub.