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.
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.
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