View Project Overview (and Outcome)
December 2019: Submission
The Case for Endorsement, final draft MSL Laboratory Operations Training Package components and MSL Companion Volume Implementation Guide was submitted to the Australian Industry and Skills Committee (AISC) for approval.
Thanks to the industry experts and the Process Manufacturing, Recreational Vehicle and Laboratory Industry Reference Committee (IRC), who have given so freely of their time to shape the changes. Thanks must also go to all stakeholders who provided comment throughout the project.
November 2019: Consultation now closed
Consultation on Draft 2 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 final draft training package components.
August 2019: Consultation now closed
Consultation on draft one 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 training package components.
Draft two training package components are scheduled to be available for public consultation later in the year.
July 2019: Update
A draft unit of competency in Point of Care Testing (PoCT) is currently being developed in consultation with industry experts. The unit has broad application across a number of job roles and describes the skills and knowledge required to complete pre-analytics, analyse samples, record results and maintain a point of care (PoCT) testing device.
Draft 1 components are scheduled to be available later this month.
April 2019: Technical Advisory Committee (TAC) to be formed
IBSA Manufacturing is pleased to advise that the Point of Care Testing (PoCT) Project has commenced. Industry experts will be approached to form a Technical Advisory Committee (TAC) and provide guidance in the development of training package components in the near future.
The review of the qualifications and unit content will be considered by the TAC to ensure alignment with industry skills needs, current work practices and technology. This review will also identify any duplication and obsolete units which may be considered for removal.
First draft training package components are scheduled for public consultation by July 2019. IBSA Manufacturing will provide opportunities for industry engagement and feedback via a series of National industry forums, webinars, and via the website.
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For more information please call Mark Shaddock on M: 0499 599 298 or email [email protected]