Consultation with State and Territory Training Authorities – Final Training Package components
Draft training package components, the Companion Volume Implementation Guide, and the Case for Endorsement were sent to State and Territory Training Authorities for feedback on Friday 10 August. The Case for Endorsement details the case for the Australian Industry and Skills Committee (AISC) to approve the training package components.
Draft training package components have undergone an independent quality assurance process to ensure components meet the requirements set out in the Standards for Training Packages 2012, the Training Package Products Policy and the Training Package Development and Endorsement Process Policy.
All documents are scheduled to be submitted to the AISC by 28 September 2018. Upon submission, relevant documents will be published on this page.
Draft 2 Fenestration – MSM Manufacturing Training Package Consultation
Consultation on draft 2 MSM Manufacturing Training Package components has now closed. Thank you to those stakeholders who provided comment. The feedback is now being collated and will be reviewed by the Technical Advisory Committee (TAC) to inform final updates.
The Case for Endorsement and related training package components are scheduled to be submitted to the Australian Industry and Skills Committee in September 2018. Once the Case for Endorsement has been accepted by the Department of Education and Training (Commonwealth), the draft training package components will be made available on the IBSA website.
Project Update January 2018
To align with the revised MSF Furnishing Training Package project timelines, this project is now due for submission to the Department of Education and Training by 28 September 2018. Alignment of these projects will:
- maximise the training outcomes for this sector by ensuring only current or newly revised units will be used to make up the qualification and skill set
- minimise the creation of new training package components, as units that can meet the requirements of both sectors can be developed, therefore reducing duplication across the national training system
Feedback received from draft one consultation is currently being collated and analysed. A meeting with the industry experts will be scheduled to review feedback and make updates to the Training Package components.
Draft two components are scheduled to be available in April.
Project Update November 2017
Consultation on draft one MSM Manufacturing training package components has now closed.
Thank you to those stakeholders who provided comment. The feedback is now being collated and will be reviewed by the industry experts to shape the updates to the draft Certificate III in Fenestration as well as associated units of competency.
Draft two training package components are scheduled to be available for public consultation early 2018.
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