Public consultation on the draft Glass and Glazing unit Case for Change is now closed. Thank you to all industry expert stakeholders who provided feedback to help shape the document. It is now being prepared by IBSA for approval by the Furnishing IRC and is scheduled to be submitted to the AISC in April 2021.
Notification of Update
Extended transition period for MSF30418 Certificate III in Glass and Glazing (Release 1)
On 16 April 2021, the Australian Skills Quality Authority (ASQA) agreed to extend the transition period of the MSF30418 Certificate III in Glass and Glazing (Release 1) until 6 May 2022. ASQA has agreed that learners would be genuinely disadvantaged if they were required to transition to the latest release of the qualification as learners would not have the opportunity to undertake unit MSFGG2010 Fabricate and install insect and security screens and achieve the fabrication skills and knowledge required by the sector. This extension is granted to all registered training organisations (RTOs) delivering the MSF30418 Certificate III in Glass and Glazing (Release 1).
Why we are reviewing it
The rationale for updating the training products include changes needed to respond to skills gaps resulting from the deletion of a Fabricate and Install unit.
What we are reviewing
Review, update and reinstate 1 unit of competency:
- MSFGG2010 Fabricate and install insect and security screens
Minor update to 1 qualification to incorporate the reinstated unit as an elective:
Consultation or Have your say
If you would like to provide written feedback, please email this to [email protected] by 5pm (AEDT) on Wednesday 9 March 2021.
Feedback received will be used to inform the development of the Case for Change, which is scheduled to be submitted for consideration at the April 2021 AISC meeting.
If this Case for Change is endorsed, the proposed training package project is scheduled for submission to the AISC in June 2022.
Governance and methodology
Case for Change development work is overseen by the relevant Industry Reference Committee (IRC). The process provides a robust, evidence-based approach to support the Australian Industry and Skills Committee’s (AISC) decision–making process.
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For more information contact:
Demmi Paris | Industry Engagement Partner
P: (03) 9815 7099 | E: [email protected]