Summary

Who
The Process Manufacturing, Recreational Vehicles and Laboratory Industry Reference Committee (IRC), supported by IBSA Manufacturing.

What
The development of two new units relating to the fabrication and installation of frame structures.
The Case for Change has been submitted to the Australian Industry and Skills Committee (AISC) for their review and consideration. When a Case for Change is approved, it forms the basis of a training package project

The numbers
• 2 revised qualifications
• 2 new units of competency.

When
• Public consultation was conducted in September, October and November 2019 and is now closed.
• This project was submitted to the AISC in December 2019.

Why
The unit AURVTT3016 Fabricate frame structures was deleted from the AUR Automotive Retail, Service and Repair Training Package, leaving a skills gap within the recreational vehicle industry.

How
IBSA Manufacturing Training Package Development Methodology
Training Package Development and Endorsement Process Policy.

What’s the latest?
December 2019: This project was submitted to the AISC in December 2019.


Details

IBSA Manufacturing is pleased to support the Process Manufacturing, Recreational Vehicle and Laboratory Industry Reference Committee (IRC) to undertake a review of the MSM Manufacturing Training Package.

The scope of this project was to develop one new unit covering the skills and knowledge required to fabricate and install frame structures. However, during consultation in became clear that splitting the content into two units better reflected industry needs. These are key units being used for training in the caravan industry, and are critical for the construction and repair of caravans.

The new units will be listed in MSM31115 Certificate III in Recreational Vehicle Manufacturing and MSM31015 Certificate III in Recreational Vehicle Service and Repair.


Progress Updates

December 2019: Submission
The Case for Endorsement, final draft MSM Manufacturing Training Package components and MSM Companion Volume Implementation Guide were submitted to the AISC for approval.

Thank you to the industry experts and the Process Manufacturing, Recreational Vehicle and Laboratory 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.

October 2019: Consultation
Consultation for Draft 1 training package components for the Recreational Vehicles Project is now closed.

Thank you to those stakeholders who provided comment. All feedback will be considered by the industry experts, and draft 2 components are scheduled to be available later in the month.

July 2019: Update
A draft unit of competency on fabricate frame structures is currently being developed in consultation with industry experts. This unit describes the skills and knowledge required to fabricate including measuring, selecting material and attachments, cutting, assembling, fitting and install frame structures.

Draft 1 is scheduled to be available later this month.


Project Governance, Methodologies and Timelines

This project followed the Training Package Development and Endorsement Process Policy and used the IBSA Manufacturing Training Package Development Methodology. The process provided robust evidence to support the AISC’s decision-making process.

Key Dates
This project was submitted to the AISC for approval in December 2019.


Staying in Touch
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For more information contact:
Mark Shaddock, Industry Engagement Partner
P: 0499 599 298
E: [email protected]

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