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VET 4 T&L - Industry ENewsletter - June 2019

12 Jun 2019 10:33 AM | Linda MacDonald (Administrator)

VET 4 TandL

June 2019 Edition

DigiT&L Futures NHVR Permit Portal and 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 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. 

DigiT&L Futures NHVR Permit Portal and Telematics Training 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.

DigiT&L Futures NHVR Permit Portal and Telematics TrainingTelematics - 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.

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.

TLI Heavy Vehicle Driver Safety - closes Friday 14 June 2019

TLI Stevedoring Qualifications Review - closes Friday 14 June 2019

TLI Rail Human Factors - closes Monday 17 June 2019

2019 IRC Skills Forecasts

On behalf of the Industry Reference Committees (IRC’s) that Australian Industry Standards (AIS) supports, the 2019 IRC Skills Forecast and Proposed Schedule of Work documents have been submitted to the Australian Industry and Skills Committee (AISC).

The IRC Skills Forecasts focus on the prioritisation of the skill needs of the industry sectors each IRC has responsibility for. Each Skills Forecast contains the following sections:

  • an Industry Overview including information on the businesses involved, stakeholders and the challenges and opportunities that currently face them
  • Employment and Skills Outlook, which contains data about employment and skills needs
  • Key Drivers for Change, which sets out regulatory and legislative changes and issues raised in stakeholder consultations, including the 2018 Industry Skills Forums and Industry Leaders Dinners
  • Proposed Responses to these issues, explaining what occupations may be affected.

View your industry IRC Skills Forecast here:

 VET Events

 See below for VET related events:

13 June 2019 - 2019 Skills Conference
10-12 July 2019 - 28th National VET Research Conference 2019 - No Frills
31 July - 2 August 2019 - The National Apprentice Employment Network Conference 2019
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
19-21 September 2019 - Career Development Association of Australia National Conference 2019
18-20 November 2019 - Community Colleges Australia 2019 Annual Conference
21 November 2019 - Australian Training Awards


Rural and Regional Scholarships

The Rural and Regional Enterprise Scholarships Program supports students from regional and remote areas in Australia, with the costs of studying at university or at a vocational education and training institution. Scholarships are for qualifications from Certificate IV to PhD courses in all fields of study.

Recipients may receive total scholarship funding up to $18,000, based on course length and type of study or training. 

The third round of scholarship applications close on 21 June 2019

Click here for more information on the program, eligibility requirements and details on how to apply.

Skilling the Australian workforce for the digital economy

The National Centre for Vocational Education Research (NCVER) has completed a study exploring the current digital skills demand and supply situation in Australia’s workforce. The research investigated the skills impact of digitalisation on two industry sectors – transport and logistics, and public safety and correctional services, as well as the wider workforce.

The research culminated in a proposed Australian workplace digital skills framework to help identify digital skills gaps among Australian industries and workforces to enable the development of appropriate training programs.

The report Skilling the Australian workforce for the digital economy recommends that employers do more to prepare for the digital future of work or risk being left behind.

Australian Airports Association

The Australian Airports Association Mentoring Program helps develop airport professionals in their current roles and prepares aspiring leaders to achieve their career goals within the aviation industry.

It is designed to build leadership capacity by pairing airport professionals with experienced mentors and give them an opportunity to develop and fine-tune leadership skills. Participants in mentoring programs report several benefits including improved confidence, self-awareness, clearer career direction, better communication, listening and feedback skills, more assertive communication and enhanced management skills.

There is no charge for the AAA mentoring program but apply now as applications close on Friday 28th June 2019. Click here for more information.

Click here to read the full June 2019 newsletter


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