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IBSA Manufacturing Training Package Development Methodology

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IBSA Manufacturing Training Development Projects follow the Training Package Development and Endorsement Process Policy and uses a five phase methodology. Our approach to all training…

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IBSA Manufacturing meets SA Industry and Skills reps

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IBSA Manufacturing recently met with representatives from the South Australian Department of Industry and Skills – Marina Borrello, Laura Dodson, Juliana Fitzpatrick, Irina Ferouleva and…

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March E-News published

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Our March Newsletter has been published with articles on Industry Skills Forecasts, approved Cases for Endorsement, 2017 IRC Achievements and the car badge to funky…

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IBSA Manufacturing engages in NT

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IBSA Manufacturing was in Darwin recently to conduct a consultation and engagement program. The NT engagement process covered a detailed update on training package development…

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Redesigning for the future – Astor Industries case study

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Astor Industries is a proud Australian family business, that shares a committed focus in developing the organisation through innovation and sound leadership. It is one…

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Skills forecast and proposed schedule of work for furnishing industry

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The Furnishing Industry Reference Committee (IRC) has been working on their Skills Forecast and Proposed Schedule of Work, which identifies future training package development work…

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What does our Skills Service Organisation do?

IBSA is a not-for-profit Skills Service Organisation (SSO) that is funded by the Australian Government to:

  • Provide technical, operational and secretariat support to six Industry Reference Committees in the development and review of qualifications and training packages
  • Consult and engage with stakeholders and implement their feedback to ensure training packages cover the skills needed in the industry
  • Inform industry stakeholders and employers about the latest news and trends
  • Develop compliant training packages that are relevant to a modern Australian economy, are embraced by the industry and maximise the potential for access to employment