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VET 4 T&L - Industry eNewsletter | February 2018

01 Mar 2018 1:35 PM | Linda MacDonald (Administrator)

February 2018 Edition

The Certificate III in Driving Operations is currently under review

What recommendations do you have to improve: 
              • Involvement of employers in training delivery?
              • Employability of graduates?
              • Quality of RTOs and training delivery?

To have you say please complete our seven-question survey by clicking the button, it will only take a minute!

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Unduly Short Courses and Training Product Reform

Stakeholders are encouraged to respond to the discussion papers on unduly short courses and training product reform. For more information, click here

The Future of Transportation Work

A report has been commissioned by TWUSUPER which explores the transport industry now and into the future. The report has been developed by economists Jim Stanford and Matt Grudnoff, from The Centre for Future Work at the Australia Institute.

The report describes an $80 billion GDP (value-added) industry employing some 625,000 Australians and on the cusp of change. Some parts of the transport industry are more immune to change than others – so the report provides insights into the technology and overlay of social acceptance and policy that can shape the future. 

To download the summary please click here

Australian Industry Standards - IRC Project Updates

 Transport & Logistics IRC Project updates Rail IRC Project updates
Maritime IRC Project updates Supply Chain IRC Project Updates

QLD Training Awards

Nominations are open for the 2018 Queensland Training Awards. The Queensland Training Awards is the highest accolade for the VET Sector and celebrates the top achievers across the state. 

If you have achieved success through training, or know of someone who has, share the success and nominate now by heading to the Queensland Training Awards website.

Nominations for the 2018 Queensland Training Awards have been extended, now closing on 16 March 2018.

Back to Work

Queensland Government's Back to Work Regional Employment Packages

Regional Employment package - for employers who hire an eligible jobseeker who has been unemployed for 52 weeks or more.
Youth Boost Payment - for employers who hire an eligible young jobseeker between 15-24 years of age.

Certificate 3 Guarantee Boost - provides eligible jobseekers with funding for training to help secure local jobs. Includes training for jobseekers or workers who already have a Certificate 3 or higher qualification, but need new or updated skills to gain, change or retain employment.

Click here to read the full February newsletter

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