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VET 4 T&L - Industry ENewsletter - April 2019

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


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