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  • 14 May 2019 3:44 PM | Linda MacDonald (Administrator)
    VET 4 TandL

    May 2019 Edition

    DigiTL Futures Training

    The DigiT&L Futures program aims to assist industries impacted by digital disruption by supporting a transition and adoption of new practices by existing workers.

    As part of this program, workshops are being delivered for the projects listed below. Hurry to book your spot as spaces are limited!  

    DigiTL Futures - Excel TrainingExcel Skills - Support for existing workers to upskill and build their knowledge and competency in Excel. Training to be delivered by tafe QLD to improve levels of computer awareness and computer-based problem solving, drive business productivity and efficiency and increase user confidence and self-esteem in digital and computer literacy.

    DigiTL Futures - NHVR Permit Portal TrainingNHVR Permit Portal Training - Practical training and understanding how to use the National Heavy Vehicle Regulator (NHVR) Permit Portal.  The project will partner with the NHVR and will give participants an improved understanding on how to use the NHVR Permit Portal, increase efficiency and productivity on the Portal. 

    DigiTL Futures - Telematics Training Telematics - Training for operators to upskill their current workforce in new and innovative ways, manage their people, routes and fleet. It will provide road transport operators with a deeper understanding of how to use telematics in their business to drive efficiency, productivity and safety outcomes through practical training. 

    TLI Rail Human Factors Project

    The Technical Advisory Committee (TAC) for the TLI Rail Human Factors project, has finalised draft materials and would like your feedback. 

    The TAC has developed 2 draft units of competency and 2 draft skill sets to address human factor skills and knowledge within a rail environment, looking at capabilities for both operators and managers.

    Click here to view the draft materials and to submit your feedback.

    Feedback must be submitted by Wednesday 22 May 2019.

    TLI Shared Equipment Project

    The Technical Advisory Committee for the TLI Shared Equipment Project, has finalised draft materials and would like your feedback.

    The draft Units of Competency are proposed to be included in the following qualifications:

    Operate pooled equipment

    • TLI21616 Certificate II in Warehousing Operations
    • TLI21815 Certificate II in Logistics
    • TLI31316 Certificate III in International Freight Forwarding (Operator)
    • TLI31616 Certificate III in Warehousing Operations
    • TLI32416 Certificate III in Logistics

    Coordinate pooled equipment

    • TLI41816 Certificate IV in Warehousing Operations
    • TLI42016 Certificate IV in Logistics

    Click here to view the draft materials and to submit your feedback.

    Feedback must be submitted by Thursday 23 May 2019.

    TLI Logistics Operations Project

    The Technical Advisory Committee for the TLI Logistics Operations Project has finalised draft materials for this project and would like your feedback.

    During the review process, the TAC identified significant duplication between the Certificate III in Logistics and Certificate III in Warehousing Operations. The IRC was consulted and recommended merging both into a single qualification, the Certificate III in Supply Chain Operations.

    The proposed qualification will provide learners and industry with a flexible qualification, allowing specialisation in either Logistics or Warehousing or a generalist stream.

    Click here to view the drafts and to submit your feedback.

    Feedback must be submitted by Thursday 23 May 2019.

    VET Events 

    See below for VET related events:

    13-19 May 2019 - National Careers Week 2019
    13 June 2019 - 2019 Skills Conference
    10-12 July 2019 - 28th National VET Research Conference 2019 - No Frills
    9 August 2019 - QLD Schools VET Conference
    26 August-1 September 2019 - National Skills Week 2019
    12-13 September 2019 - National VET Conference
    14 September 2019 - QLD Training Awards
    21 November 2019 - Australian Training Awards


    AIS Industry Skills Forum

    Australian Industry Standards held Industry Skills Forums and associated Leaders’ Dinners nationally throughout late 2018, to explore current and future skills and workforce development issues in this age of digital transformation.

    They have released an eBook – Future Skilling Our Workforce – A National Conversation which identifies the key high-level messages that emerged and the specific state and territory issues that were raised.

    Click here to view the eBook

    QLD T and L Workforce Current and Future Trends Report

    The Queensland Transport and Logistics Workforce Current and Future Trends Report identifies the key trends that are impacting Queensland's transport and logistics workforce in each of the five sectors (aviation, logistics, maritime and ports, rail and road) and informs the Queensland Transport and Logistics Workforce Strategy and Action Plan 2018–2023

    Read the full Queensland Transport and Logistics Workforce Current and Future Trends Report, or click below for a summary of key workforce trends for your sector:

    OECD Employment Outlook 2019

    OECD Employment Outlook 2019 - The future of work is now. Are we ready?

    The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), has released its annual report on jobs and employment, reviewing trends, policy developments and prospects.

    Whilst it highlights that about 36% of Australian jobs face a high risk of automation, new jobs will emerge seeing a vital requirement for adults to be upskilled or retrained to meet the needs of future jobs.

    Read more here.

    Click here to read the full May 2019 newsletter

  • 16 Apr 2019 12:57 PM | Linda MacDonald (Administrator)

    VET 4 TandL

    April 2019 Edition

    NHVR Permit Portal & Telematics Training

    The DigiT&L Futures program aims to assist industries impacted by digital disruption by supporting a transition and adoption of new practices by existing workers.

    As part of this program, workshops are being delivered for the following projects:

    NHVR Permit Portal Training - Practical training and understanding how to use the National Heavy Vehicle Regulator (NHVR) Permit Portal.  The project will partner with the NHVR and will give participants an improved understanding on how to use the NHVR Permit Portal, increase efficiency and productivity on the Portal. 

    Telematics - Training for operators to upskill their current workforce in new and innovative ways, manage their people, routes and fleet. It will provide road transport operators with a deeper understanding of how to use telematics in their business to drive efficiency, productivity and safety outcomes through practical training. 

    Click here to view more details about the program and training event dates. 


    Transport Logistics Industry Project Updates

    FEEDBACK INVITED

    The Technical Advisory Committees for the following projects, have finalised draft materials and would like your feedback, click on the relevant link below to view draft materials and to submit your feedback.

    Feedback can be submitted up to the close of business on Tuesday, 30 April 2019.

    TLI Chain of Responsibility Project

    TLI Freight Forwarding Project

    TLI Shared Equipment Project

    TLI Traffic Operations Project

    VET Review

    On 28 November 2018, the Prime Minister announced an independent review of Australia’s vocational education and training (VET) sector to examine ways to deliver skilled workers for a stronger economy. The review was led by the Honourable Steven Joyce, a former New Zealand Minister for Tertiary Education, Skills and Employment.

    Mr Joyce delivered the final report to the Government in March 2019.

    On 2 April 2019, Government released its Delivering Skills for Today and Tomorrow package which responds to recommendations of the review. More information about delivering a world class vocational education and training system is available.

    Click here to view more details about the VET Review.


    NCVER

    The National Centre for Vocational Education Research (NCVER) has released the latest apprentice and trainee data - Apprentices and trainees 2018: September quarter - Australia.

    The findings show that both commencements and completions have experienced a decline in numbers compared to the same period in 2017, with commencements down 5% and completions down 9.6%.

    Click here to view the full report.


    2019 National VET Conference

    The 2019 National VET Conference will be delivered over two days on the 12-13 September at the Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre (BCEC)  through an exciting range of presentations, providing attendees with informative presenters, a wide variety of topics, opportunities to meet with product and service providers and network with peers from across Australia.

    Pre-conference Master Classes will be held on Wednesday 11 September.

    Click here for more information on the event and to register.


    OECDThe Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) has released it's Priorities for Adult Learning Dashboard. 

    Digitalisation, globalisation and population ageing are having a profound impact on the type and quality of jobs that are available and the skills needed to perform them. 

    The dashboard looks at the future-readiness of Australia's adult learning systems compared to other countries with regards to urgency, coverage, inclusiveness, flexibility and guidance, alignment with skill needs, perceived training impact and financing.

    Click here for more information.

    Click here to read the full April 2019 newsletter

  • 12 Mar 2019 9:30 AM | Linda MacDonald (Administrator)
    VET 4 TandL

    March 2019 Edition

    Jobs QLD

    FUTURE OF WORK PROJECT

    Queenslanders are being encouraged to contribute to the discussion on what the future will mean for jobs in Queensland. On Friday 15th February 2019. Minister for Training and Skills Development Shannon Fentiman launched the Jobs Queensland’s discussion paper The Future of Work in 2030 – Evolution or revolution?, see the full ministerial statement here.
     
    This project is investigating what the future of work could look like in 2030 for Queenslanders and our economy. This includes considering the implications for skills and employment policy of technological change, social and demographic trends, and institutional frameworks.
     
    The Future of Work Literature review focuses on drivers of change which can be considered as having major impacts on how work will look in the future for Queenslanders and the Queensland economy.
     
    The Future of Work in Queensland to 2030 – Evolution or revolution? discussion paper has been released to facilitate consultation statewide. 
     
    Click here to read more information on the project, and to view the Discussion Paper and Literature Review.
     
    HAVE YOUR SAY
     
    There are several opportunities to respond to the discussion paper.

    Australian Industry Standards

    Chain of Responsibility, Logistics Operations, Autonomous Rail Vehicle  and Traffic Operations Project Updates

    FEEDBACK REQUIRED

    The Technical Advisory Committees for the TLI Chain of Responsibility ProjectTLI Logistics Operations ProjectTLI Autonomous Rail Vehicle and the TLI Traffic Operations projects, have finalised draft materials and would like your feedback.

    Click on the relevant project below to view the draft units of competency/ skill sets and to submit your feedback.

    Feedback to be submitted by the following dates:

    TLI Logistics Operations - close of business Wednesday, 13 March 2019


    TLI Chain of Responsibility, TLI Autonomous Rail Vehicle and TLI Traffic Operations - close of business Friday, 29 March 2019.

    TLI Chain of Responsibility Project

    TLI Logistics Operations Project

    TLI Autonomous Rail Vehicle Project


    C3G Funding

    Each year funding settings are reviewed for the VET Investment Plan. As part of this, we are looking to get feedback on whether industry feels the correct qualifications are being funded for Transport and Logistics under the Certificate III Guarantee program. Let us know if you think the existing settings meet the skills needs for your industry, or whether you have any suggestions of qualifications that should be added or removed. 

    Click here for more information on the current qualifications funded under the Certificate III Guarantee program.

    Email us at VET@qta.com.au with your thoughts and feedback.

    DigiTandL Futures Excel Training

    More than 20 new excel training sessions have been added to the 2019 calendar under the DigiT&L Futures program.

    New course locations include:

    Toowoomba, Dalby, Gatton, Warwick, Springfield, Kingaroy, South Bank and Southport.


    This training is available for existing workers in the Queensland transport and logistics industry.

    Click here to find out more about the program, eligibility and course details.

    Transport Security Protection Qualification

    A review of Australia's current transport security arrangements highlighted the need for review and development of the Aviation Training Package to address regulatory requirements from the Office of Transport of Security.

    The AVI Aviation and Maritime Transport Security project developed a new training package which has now been approved and released.

    View the approved AVI Aviation Training Package Release 4.0 on training.gov.au

    Click here to read the full March 2019 newsletter

  • 05 Feb 2019 3:31 PM | Linda MacDonald (Administrator)

    VET 4 TandL

    February 2019 Edition

    TLI Freight Forwarding Project

    The Australian Industry and Skills Committee (AISC) has commissioned the review of one qualification in the TLI Transport and Logistics Training Package – TLI50316 Diploma of International Freight Forwarding.This project will address the regulatory reforms concerning International Freight Forwarding.

    The Freight Forwarding Technical Advisory Committee has finalised draft Transport and Logistics Training Package materials for this project and would like your feedback.

    Click here to view the draft qualifications, units of competency and to submit your feedback. Feedback is open for submission up to close of business Friday, 8 February 2019.

    Cross Sector Supply Chain Skills

    The Cross Sector Supply Chain Skills Project has been commissioned by the Australian Industry and Skills Committee (AISC).  Its goal is to develop a range of Skill Sets and Units of Competency for those supply chain skills common to a range of industry sectors and in doing so, support the mobility of skilled labour and agility of the Australian workforce.  It will enable the many individuals working in a supply chain to be skilled to the same world class standards and as a consequence, increase industry efficiency and productivity.

    The 2nd round of consultation is now open on a set of revised draft units of competency.

    Click here to find out how to provide feedback, register for updates and for more information on the project.

    The consultation closes on Wednesday 13 February 2019.

    QLD Training Awards 2019

    The prestigious Queensland Training Awards, which celebrates top achievers in training in this state, will celebrate its 58th year in 2019.

    Across 14  categories, the awards recognise individuals and organisations that strive for and have achieved success, best practice and innovation in vocational education and training (VET).

    The awards showcase all that’s great about VET in Queensland, with categories for apprentices, trainees, vocational students, teachers and trainers, as well as training providers and employers. The awards not only highlight the value of vocational education and training, but also open doors for winners and finalists.

    Nominations are now open and will close on 17 March 2019. Find out more on how to nominate by clicking here.

    VOCED Plus

    VOCEDplus and NCVER have developed the VET Knowledge Bank which contains a suite of products capturing Australia's diverse, complex and ever-changing vocational education and training (VET) system.

    It aims to provide a collected memory of VET reference information. Some of the current sections include:

    Check out this valuable resource here:

    VET Knowledge Bank

    No Frills VET Research Conference

    'No Frills' is a well-known annual national conference where researchers, practitioners, providers and industry representatives come together and share knowledge, ideas, insights and solutions surrounding Australia’s VET sector.

    The conference also provides valuable professional development opportunities through a program of hands-on pre-conference workshops incorporating activities on data and research analytics, and research practice.

    The 2019 conference program will focus on The student journey: skilling for life.

    Applications for presentation submissions close 18 February 2019. Click here for more information.

    Skilling Queenslanders for work

    Skilling Queenslanders for Work funded projects announced.

    The Queensland Government has committed $34.7 million to 156 local projects that aim to assist 4,319 people through the 2018-19 Skilling Queenslanders for Work second funding round.

    There are also incentives for employers who recruit QLD job seekers as part of the Skilling Queenslanders for Work initiatives. Find out more here.

    To view the details of the second round of funded projects, click here.

    To view more about the program and find a project near you, click here.

    Click here to read the full February 2019 newsletter


  • 15 Jan 2019 12:07 PM | Linda MacDonald (Administrator)

    January 2019 Edition

    IRC INDUSTRY SKILLS FORECAST SURVEY

    This is your opportunity to help identify the skills needs of your industry.


    Australian Industry Standards are seeking industry input to assist the Industry Reference Committees (IRCs) that they support, to develop the important Industry Skills Forecasts.

    On behalf of those IRCs, stakeholders are invited to provide feedback (by Monday, 14 January 2019) via the methods below:

    IRC Industry Skills Forecast Survey:

    This survey is designed to gather feedback from stakeholders about a range of issues affecting your industry. This information will be used to develop the industry outlook for each sector and identify any new or emerging skills.

    The survey can be completed online and should take no more than 5-10 minutes.


    COMPLETE THE SURVEY

    Call for Submissions:

    The intelligence gathered during this process will assist IRCs to formulate their advice to the Australian Industry and Skills Committee (AISC) on industry priorities, skill shortages, and will inform future discussions about updates to Training Packages.

    You can provide access to recent reports or answers to key questions by completing the online form.


    MAKE A SUBMISSION
    Future Ready Workforce

    Have Your Say

    The 
    VET 4 T&L Future Ready Workforce website now has a dedicated page with details of current consultations open for feedback.

    This is your opportunity to help shape the future of industry and contribute to ongoing reform and operations of the VET system. See the Have Your Say page for more information. 

         
    The Australian Industry and Skills Committee (AISC) has commissioned the review of one qualification in the TLI Transport and Logistics Training Package – TLI50316 Diploma of International Freight Forwarding.

    The Freight Forwarding TAC has finalised draft Transport and Logistics Training Package materials for this project and would like your feedback.

    Click here to view the draft qualifications, units of competency and to submit your feedback. Feedback is open for submission up to close of business Friday, 8 February 2019.

    On 28th November 2018, the Government announced an Expert Review of the VET sector. The Review will focus on how the Australian Government’s investment in VET could be more effective to provide Australians with the skills they need to be successful throughout their working life. It will also focus on ensuring Australian businesses have the skills they need to support their business growth.
    Submissions are invited to address all aspects of the Terms of Reference, including what is working well, the challenges that exist, and changes that could be made to the VET system.
    Public submissions to the Review are now 
    open, and will close on Friday 25 January 2019 at 11.59 pm AEST

    FREE EXCEL TRAINING FOR TRANSPORT & LOGISTICS WORKFORCE

    Spaces are limited so be quick to reserve your seat!
     

    If you work in the transport and logistics industry, this is an opportunity to learn or improve your knowledge of Microsoft Excel. For more about the other training being offered over the next 12 months under the DIGIT&L FUTURES program, please click here.  

    CLICK TO VIEW UPDATED LOCATIONS

  • 18 Dec 2018 2:48 PM | Linda MacDonald (Administrator)

    VET 4 TandL

    End of Year 2018 Edition


    WHAT ARE YOUR INDUSTRY'S SKILL NEEDS? 

    How can national training can be improved?
    What skills are required to succeed in occupations?
    What improvements that can be made to training products?

     Australian Industry Standards are calling for industry input on a range of issues that affect the aviation, transport and logistics and maritime industries. Help inform the 2019 IRC Skills Forecast and Proposed Schedule of Work.

      Complete the survey (about 10 minutes)  click here.

    OR Complete the Call for Submissions form click here.

    Submissions close Monday, 14 January 2019.

    DigiTaL Futures

    FREE EXCEL TRAINING FOR TRANSPORT & LOGISTICS WORKFORCE
    Spaces are limited so be quick to reserve your seat!

    If you work in the transport and logistics industry, this is an opportunity to learn or improve your knowledge of Microsoft Excel. For more about the other training being offered over the next 12 months under the DIGIT&L FUTURES program, please click here.  

    NEW LOCATIONS ADDED - CLICK TO VIEW


    Funded by the Department of Employment, Small  Business and Training, the DIGIT&L FUTURES Program aims to support the existing transport and logistics workforce through minimising skill shortages, addressing the emerging skill needs of industry and fostering an environment of innovation.

         
    Jobs Queensland's Anticipating Future Skills project's final report is now available. It gives crucial information to business, employers, workers and communities about where jobs growth will be and what skills will be needed.
    Jobs Queensland has also produced a number of regional, industry and occupational tools for those wishing to explore the data in more detail. Click here to view the report and to access the tools.
    The Australian Government's Department of Education and Training myskills website provides a portal for a range of VET resources, including career info and an industry-specific section that provides a list of popular occupations by sector. The information on the site is relevant for businesses and current and potential employees. Find out more here. The Cross Sector Supply Chain Skills Project has been commissioned by the Australian Industry and Skills Committee (AISC). Its goal is to develop a series of Skill Sets and Units of Competency for those supply chain skills common to a range of industry sectors and support the mobility of skilled labour and agility of the Australian workforce. Draft units of competency are now open for comment here - closes Monday 7 January 2019.

    Click here to read the full end of year newsletter


  • 01 Oct 2018 1:04 PM | Linda MacDonald (Administrator)

    VET 4 T&L


    September 2018 Edition

    DigiT&L Futures

    FREE EXCEL TRAINING FOR TRANSPORT & LOGISTICS WORKFORCE
    Registrations are now open - spaces are limited so be quick to reserve your seat!

    The Queensland Trucking Association has launched DIGIT&L FUTURES (Excel Skills), providing support for existing workers in the transport and logistics industry to learn or upskill in using Microsoft Excel. Different levels of courses are available and the training will be delivered across a number of Queensland TAFE locations. For more about the other training being offered over the next 12 months under the DIGIT&L FUTURES program, please click here.  
      

    VIEW COURSE LOCATIONS & REGISTER

    This program is funded by the Department of Employment, Small  Business and Training, the DIGIT&L FUTURES Program aims to support the existing transport and logistics workforce through minimising skill shortages, addressing the emerging skill needs of industry and fostering an environment of innovation.

       Skills for Queensland T&L Future Ready 

    To support Year 12 graduates into work, the Queensland Government offers free TAFE in high priority areas. 
    Eligible Year 12 graduates from 2018 or 2017 can kick-start their career by getting the skills employers want without the fees. ​Enrolments and training must start within the calendar year after leaving school.​There are nearly 160 qualifications to choose from. Some qualifications are delivered on campus or as part of an apprenticeship or traineeship. 

    READ MORE

     

    The Queensland Government has released the discussion paper Skills for Queensland for public consultation and feedback to inform a new Queensland VET strategy. 
    The VET sector is critical to ensuring Queenslanders have the right skills to work in priority jobs across a wide range of industries. Consultation closes 5.00pm, Friday 19 October 2018.

    PROVIDE FEEDBACK

    Read direct feedback from industry in relation to skills, training and workforce needs. 
    The T&L Future Ready Report was commissioned by Jobs Queensland to identify the priority skills needs, skill shortages, opportunities and challenges for the future workforce of all sectors within the transport and logistics industry.

     VIEW REPORT



    Click here to read the full September newsletter

  • 31 Jul 2018 1:16 PM | Linda MacDonald (Administrator)


    July 2018 Edition

    We are pleased to announce the continuation of our successful VET 4 T&L program, extended until March 2019.

    Established since 2014 and funded by the Department of Employment, Small Business and Training; VET 4 T&L is an industry engagement program covering all sectors of industry – road transport, passenger transport, logistics, rail, aviation and maritime.

    The project aims to raise awareness about vocational education and training opportunities available to industry. VET 4 T&L is also committed to providing feedback to the Queensland government about current and future skilling priorities as identified by industry.

    How do you want to hear from us? 
    We want to make sure we're giving you the information in a way that suits you.
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    OPTION 1: Keep the newsletter the same - hearing about all industry updates 

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    AIS Industry Skills Forum

    Australian Industry Standards (AIS) is hosting a series of Industry Skills Forums across the country to explore the current and future skills needs of the 11 industry sectors supported by AIS. The theme for the forums is digital transformation and "future skilling".

    Kerry O’Brien will MC the upcoming AIS Industry Skills Forums to be held around the country. He will also moderate discussions by two panels of industry leaders at each forum. These will focus on the current and future skills challenges facing our industries.

    The day will include industry-specific breakout sessions to provide you with an opportunity to have your say on the skills needed to ensure the workforce is ready for the challenges ahead. 

    Brisbane - Tuesday 18 September 8am - 2pm 2018  -  Register

    Click here to read the full July newsletter

  • 29 Jun 2018 1:37 PM | Linda MacDonald (Administrator)


    June 2018 Edition

    Australian Industry Standards Updates

    2018 IRC Skills Forecast


    IRC Skills Forecasts 2018

    The final 2018 IRC Skills Forecasts are now available for viewing. The IRC Skills Forecasts focus on the prioritisation of the skill needs of the industry sectors each IRC has responsibility for. They are developed and reviewed annually and submitted on behalf of the IRC to the Australian Industry and Skills Committee (AISC) for approval.


    Australian Industry Standards


    New Projects Approved 

    The Transport and Logistics IRC and the Rail IRC will have oversight of seven new projects approved by the Australian Industry and Skills Committee. Project updates will be available on the AIS Website.


    Industry Skills Forum 2018


    Industry Skills Forums 2018

    AIS is kicking off a series of industry skills forums across the country to explore current and future skill needs. The forums will provide the opportunity to directly shape the skills and workforce priorities for your industry. The forums will be held in each State and Territory, starting in early August. Details on when and where the events will take place will be communicated shortly.

    To register your interest for this free event, please complete the Expression of Interest registration form. Places at the forums will be limited. If you have any questions about this event, please contact: 

    enquiries@australianindustrystandards.org.au

    Click here to read the full June newsletter


  • 04 Jun 2018 12:43 PM | Linda MacDonald (Administrator)



    May 2018 Edition


    VET 4 T&L are working with Jobs Queensland to identify future skill requirements for Queensland industry.

    Planning for workforce capability and workforce sustainability has never been more important than now, where industry faces an unprecedented rate of change and disruption due to the rapid advances in technology. Understanding how technology will shape the future skills of industry is critical, so workforces can identify how drivers like automation, digital literacy and shifting skill sets will impact workforces across all industries.
     
    The project; T&L Future Ready needs industry’s help to gain a clear insight into the challenges and opportunities they face for the future.

    To have your say please complete our survey by clicking the relevant industry profile below. 

    The findings and report will be made available to industry once approved by Jobs Queensland. We thank you for your support and input.


     JQ Survey - Transport and Logistics  JQ Survey - Aviation
     JQ Survey - Rail  JQ Survey - Maritime

    All Industry News

     Queensland Training Awards  Australian Industry Standards
    Regional finalists have been announced for the 2018 Queensland Training Awards.

    Check out the full list of finalists here.
    TLI Transport and Logistics Release 4.0 Project 

    On behalf of the IRC, AIS has updated the Training Package codes.

    Click here to read the full May Newsletter

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