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  • 22 Nov 2016 1:38 PM | Linda MacDonald (Administrator)



    The Transport and Logistics Training Package Business Case Discussion Paper is now available for review and feedback.

    This Business Case Discussion Paper, developed on behalf of the Transport & Logistics Industry Reference Committee (IRC), contains information on the following Training Package development and review proposals:

    1. Reviewing the current TLI21716 - Certificate ll in Road Transport Yard Operations (Freight Handler)
    2. Development of a new Transport and Logistics Scheduling qualification.

    Please click here to view the Business Case Discussion Paper.

    If you have any questions or queries about this project or would like to be involved in the consultation process, please contact:


    Klausch Schmidt

    Industry Manager

    Australian Industry Standards


  • 22 Nov 2016 10:24 AM | Linda MacDonald (Administrator)

    Jobs Queensland is hosting a number of regional forums for industry, employers, regions and com​munities to provide feedback on:

    Forums are being held in a variety of regional Queensland locations (PDF, 99KB) between 22 November and 15 December 2016. This marks the beginning of a significant process of engagement into 2017.

    To see the list of workshop locations and dates, and to register, visit the Jobs Queensland Regional Forums online registration page. Alternatively, you can register by emailing engagement@jobsqueensland.qld.gov.au​.

  • 19 Nov 2016 12:44 PM | Linda MacDonald (Administrator)



    As reported previously, this Fatigue Management Project is in relation to reviewing the Fatigue Training Units of competency for Fatigue Management Accreditation.

    The Fatigue Management Technical Advisory Committee (TAC), in conjunction with NHVR and AIS, have developed three new DRAFT units of competency to meet Fatigue accreditation requirements of the HVNL.

    Job roles covered by the new units will include drivers, schedulers, supervisors, managers and business owners.

    The project was approved by the Australian Industry and Skills Committee (AISC) and is expected to be submitted for endorsement by 31st March 2017.

    Update

    The Fatigue Management Technical Advisory Committee (TAC) have completed the first draft of the 3 units of competency to meet fatigue management accreditation requirements.

    The units have been reviewed by NHVR and are now available for industry and public comment.

    To view the three draft units of competency for the Fatigue Risk Management units, please click on the links below.

    Comments can be provided by email no later than Friday 2nd December, 2016 to Klausch.Schmidt@australianindustrystandards.org.au  

    Further information can be found on the AIS website http://www.australianindustrystandards.org.au/?projects=fatigue-management-project

     



  • 18 Nov 2016 6:08 PM | Linda MacDonald (Administrator)


    Jobs Queensland is developing a Queensland Tourism Workforce Plan aimed at ensuring Queensland has a skilled workforce ready to support a growing and thriving tourism industry.

    Whatever your role in the tourism industry—we are keen to hear about your experience. This will help us capture regional tourism workforce issues in order to inform and develop a workforce plan relevant to your region. To register for one of the regional forums go to: https://training.qld.gov.au/employers/engage-government/jobs-qld/engagement


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  • 18 Nov 2016 6:00 PM | Linda MacDonald (Administrator)

    Jobs Queensland takes pleasure in inviting you to join us at the Positive futures-Apprenticeships and Traineeships in Queensland forum to discuss the current apprenticeships and traineeships system.  

    The aim of the forum is to identify what is working well within the apprenticeship and traineeship system for employers, apprentices, trainees, industry and the broader community. 


    Jobs Queensland seeks to build on the strengths of Queensland’s apprenticeships and traineeship system in providing advice to Government. 

    To register for one of the regional forums go to: https://training.qld.gov.au/employers/engage-government/jobs-qld/engagement

    To download a copy of the Positive Futures: Apprenticeships and Traineeships in Queensland Discussion paper go to: https://training.qld.gov.au/site/employers/Documents/engage-government/jobs-qld/jobs-qld-positive-futures-discussion-paper.pdf


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  • 07 Oct 2016 6:14 AM | Linda MacDonald (Administrator)

    Gympie LGA Qld 2008.pngThe VET 4 T&L Roadshow is an initiative under the VET 4 T&L program, established by the Queensland Trucking Association and funded by the Queensland Department of Education and Training.

    Free workshops were held across the state and to provide transport and logistics professionals with an opportunity to hear the latest news about vocational education and training as well as the availability of funding initiatives, including how to access the Regional Employment Package – up to $15,000 for businesses


    VET 4 T&L Roadshow - Gympie from Linda MacDonald


  • 03 Oct 2016 8:41 AM | Linda MacDonald (Administrator)

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    The VET 4 T&L Roadshow is an initiative under the VET 4 T&L program, established by the Queensland Trucking Association and funded by the Queensland Department of Education and Training.

    Free workshops were held across the state and to provide transport and logistics professionals with an opportunity to hear the latest news about vocational education and training as well as the availability of funding initiatives, including how to access the Regional Employment Package – up to $15,000 for businesses.


  • 16 Sep 2016 3:40 AM | Linda MacDonald (Administrator)

    Cairns LGA Qld.png

    The VET 4 T&L Roadshow is an initiative under the VET 4 T&L program, established by the Queensland Trucking Association and funded by the Queensland Department of Education and Training.

    Free workshops were held across the state and to provide transport and logistics professionals with an opportunity to hear the latest news about vocational education and training as well as the availability of funding initiatives, including how to access the Regional Employment Package – up to $15,000 for businesses.


  • 14 Sep 2016 1:15 PM | Linda MacDonald (Administrator)

    Under the VET 4 T&L program, we are connecting with schools in regional areas.

    See the presentation.

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    View the video in Vimeo or watch below.


    The Key to Your Future Career from Logistics Training Council on Vimeo.


  • 07 Sep 2016 5:34 AM | Linda MacDonald (Administrator)

    The Australian Vocational Education and Training Management Information Statistical Standard (AVETMISS) is regularly reviewed to keep pace with the changing needs of the VET sector. Feedback from RTOs and student management system (SMS) vendors has contributed to a new release of the Standard, Release 8.0, which will come into effect from 1 January 2018.

    The National Centre for Vocational Education Research (NCVER) has released the following resources to help you understand and prepare for the changes:

    • The Get ready for Release 8.0 flyer provides RTOs with an overview of the changes and associated timelines.

    AVETMISS 8.0 for VET Providers: what’s changing from release 7.0 details the changes between Releases 7.0 and 8.0 to the AVETMISS Provider Collection specifications, the AVETMISS Data element definitions, and the AVETMISS Validation Software (AVS) business rules.

    To find out more join the free Get ready for AVETMISS Release 8.0 webinar on Wednesday 21 September at 11.30am —12.30pm AEST. Register now.


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