The Australian Industry Skills Committee (AISC) has recently released Cases for Change for Rail, Aviation, Transport and Logistics, Maritime, and Defence sectors. This work is aimed at ensuring qualifications, Skill Sets and Units of Competency reflect current technologies, industry practices, and regulations and requires industry feedback required by Tuesday, 11 May 2021 for all sectors.
As always, if you are providing comment, please send a copy of your feedback to the LDSC so that we can ensure feedback from WA Stakeholders has been taken into account during the consultation process.
On behalf of the Maritime IRC, Australian Industry Standards (AIS) is holding a webinar about emerging trends for your industry, cross-sector issues, and proposed qualification changes to support workforce needs.
Register here to join the Maritime webinar on 12 March 2021. Hear from the Industry Reference Committee about current industry challenges and its role in addressing skills needs, and the AIS Skills Specialist about proposed projects for the maritime training package to support workforce needs.
AIS is keen to hear your ideas and feedback to ensure qualifications and skills standards deliver real outcomes for industry.
The Maritime Training Package (Release 7.0) has been endorsed by Skills Ministers for implementation.
The Maritime Industry Reference Committee, with the support of Technical Advisory Committees, has revised the Certificate I in Maritime Operations (General Purpose Hand Near Coastal) and developed new Units of Competency and Skill Sets for specialist maritime operations.
On behalf of the Maritime Industry Reference Committee, the Technical Advisory Committee (TAC) for the Maritime Operations Linesperson project has drafted Training Package materials and would like your feedback.
On behalf of the Maritime Industry Reference Committee, the Technical Advisory Committee for the Dredging Operations project has drafted a new Skill Set and Unit of Competency and would like your feedback.
In response to a direction from Skills Ministers, the Australian Industry and Skills Committee (AISC) has agreed to delete 975 units of competency and 46 qualifications identified as having zero enrolments over the past three years. The training products will be deleted from the national register by mid-February 2021.