2018 IRC Industry Skills Forecasts submitted to AISC

The 2018 Industry Skills Forecasts and Proposed Schedules of Work prepared on behalf of the Process Manufacturing, Recreational Vehicle, and Laboratory Industry Reference Committee have been submitted to the Australian Industry Skills Committee (AISC) for their consideration.

The Industry Skills Forecast identifies skills gaps and emerging skills needs within industry and provides the likely timing of training package development work over the next four years. The information will be used to update the AISC National Schedule of training package development projects.

The IRC annual review of the Skills forecasts has drawn on, and considered and multiple inputs. Thank you to everyone who provided feedback and comments.

To read the submitted 2018 Industry Skills Forecasts, please click on the links below:

MSL Laboratory Operations Industry Skills Forecast

MSM Manufacturing Industry Skills Forecast

PMA Chemical, Hydrocarbons and Refining Industry Skills Forecast

PMB Plastics, Rubber and Cablemaking Industry Skills Forecast

PMC Manufactured Mineral Products Industry Skills Forecast

 

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