On behalf of the Transport and Logistics 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 Transport and Logistics webinar on 29 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 qualification changes.
AIS is keen to hear your ideas and feedback to ensure qualifications and skills standards deliver real outcomes for industry.
Be a part of AIS’ Industry Skills 360 Series of webinars by visiting the AIS Engagement Hub and see how you can provide feedback.
On behalf of the Transport and Logistics Industry Reference Committee, the Technical Advisory Committees (TACs) for the Supply Chain Operations - Certificates I and IV and Driving Operations projects have drafted materials and would like your feedback.
After extensive industry consultation, the State Government is committing up to $6.1 million to train more Western Australians in heavy vehicle driving.
The job-ready Heavy Vehicle Driving Operations Skill Set and driver training will train an estimated 1,000 skilled workers needed by the transport industry to avoid skill shortages.
Click here to read the full Ministerial Release.
All the reporting was finalised earlier this month between the LDSC, the Department of Training and Workforce Development and the State Training Board (STB). The TLI40218 Certificate IV in Mobile Crane Operations qualification is currently under consideration by the STB Establishment and Variation of Apprenticeships Committee (EVAC), prior to submission to the Minister for Training and Workforce Development for endorsement.
The National Transport Commission is seeking feedback on the Infrastructure and Transport Ministers Meeting’s proposal to increase heavy vehicle charges by 2.5 per cent in 2021–22.
Click here to view the discussion paper and have your say.
Feedback submissions will open until close of business 12 March 2021
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.