A Technical Advisory Committee (TAC) has been formed and their first meeting was held on 28 August 2018. Reconfiguration of the qualifications is being considered and streaming of electives to ensure alignment with industry skill needs, current work practices and equipment. Work has also progressed to identify duplication across training package products as well as those that are obsolete and may be considered for removal. Draft 1 components are scheduled to be available by February 2019.
Draft training package components for the Skills for the Polymer Industry Project are scheduled to be available for review and comment in early October 2018 (Draft 1), and early February 2019 (Draft 2).
At the same time we will conduct a series of forums and webinars to outline key changes to the training package. Please register your interest in the project to be kept informed of consultation opportunities.
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