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Overview

IBSA Manufacturing is pleased to support the Manufacturing and Engineering Industry Reference Committee (IRC) to undertake the Manufacturing and Engineering Transition Project.


Description

The Manufacturing and Engineering Transition Project will involve the transition of all remaining training package components to the 2012 Standards for Training Packages (the Standards).

Release 2.0 included 18 Qualifications and 449 Units from the MEM05 Training Package.  Release 2.0 of the MEM Manufacturing and Engineering Training Package is now available on the national register, training.gov.au

Release 3.0 includes the transition of the following components by 30 September 2019:

  • 13 Qualifications and 211 units from the MEM05 Training Package
  • 4 Qualifications and 34 units from the LMT07 Training Package
  • 4 Qualifications and 35 units from the MSA07 Training Package
  • 2 Qualifications and 14 units from the CUV11 Training Package

It is important to note that this work may include the amalgamation and deletion of training package components.

In addition, the Australian Industry and Skills Committee (AISC) requires that IBSA Manufacturing provide advice as part of the Case for Endorsement as to how the new/modified components will support implementation of the November 2015 COAG Industry and Skills Council training package reforms summarised at: www.education.gov.au/vocational-education-and-training-reform.


Methodology and Timelines

This project follows the Training Package Development and Endorsement Process Policy and uses a methodology as described in the IBSA Manufacturing Training Package Development Methodology.

The MEM Release 2.0 component of this project has been endorsed earlier this year and is scheduled to go live on Training.gov.au on Monday 1 July 2019.

The MEM Release 3.0 component of this project is in the early stages of the project as such all Phases of this component are summarised below.


Staying in Touch

Project updates will be provided through our newsletters and direct emails to our industry contacts.  Please click here if you wish to participate in this project, receive project updates and subscribe to our newsletters.

Primary Contact Person:
Fraser Nelson
Industry Manager
M: 0410 912 693
E:   fraser.nelson@ibsa.org.au

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