Medical Grade Footwear and Wool Processing Project – Round 1 Consultation Close Off

Consultation on Draft 1 of the LMT07 Transition ‘Medical Grade Footwear & Wool Processing’ Project 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. Draft 2 components are expected to be available for public consultation and feedback in early December.

This project work will effectively ‘remove’ the outstanding LMT components not yet transitioned to the MST training package by transitioning, replacing or deleting outstanding components within the existing LMT07 Textiles, Clothing and Footwear Training Package to the MST Textiles Clothing and Footwear Training Package.

Round 1 public consultation for the first draft training package components of the Medical Grade Footwear and Wool Processing project closed on November 22 2018. Draft components were available for 2 weeks from November 8.

Broad consultation was undertaken on which involved draft components being made available via the website, along with national face to face workshops and webinars on 15 November to gather feedback.

For addition information on Medical Grade Footwear and Wool Processing please contact:

David Galbraith
Industry Manager
P: (03) 9815 7099
M: 0499 490 329

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