The Process Manufacturing, Recreational Vehicle and Laboratory (PMRVL) Industry Reference Committee (IRC) supported by IBSA Manufacturing, is reviewing the MSM Manufacturing Training Package Training Package. The Case for Change was approved by the Australian Industry and Skills Committee (AISC) in June 2021.
Recreational Vehicle Project is currently in the Initial research and analysis phase. A Technical Advisory Committee (TAC) has been formed and it’s first meeting held on 24 August 2021 and further reconvened on 28 September 2021 to provide guidance for the review of the training package components.
The TAC highlighted the need for qualifications to have a greater focus on skill and knowledge requirements of the job role. IBSA is continuing to work with the industry to investigate proposed restructuring of qualifications and preparing components for round 1 public consultation.
For more information contact Mark Shaddock, Industry Engagement Partner / Training Package Development Manager on P: +61 3 9815 7000 E: [email protected]
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- Review and redevelop seven qualifications:
- MSM21015 Certificate II in Recreational Vehicle Service and Repair
- MSM31015 Certificate III in Recreational Vehicle Service and Repair
- MSM31215 Certificate III in Recreational Vehicle and Accessories Retailing
- MSM41115 Certificate IV in Recreational Vehicle and Accessories Retailing
- MSM21115 Certificate II in Recreational Vehicle Manufacturing
- MSM31115 Certificate III in Recreational Vehicle Manufacturing
- MSM41015 Certificate IV in Recreational Vehicles
- Review and redevelop 30 units of competency
- Develop eight new units of competency.
The rationale for updating the training products is due to significant changes in processes and practices across the recreational vehicle (RV) sector. The review will investigate an improved structure to better support individuals to move more easily between related RV industry occupations. Bespoke units will also be developed to cover areas where no suitable existing units are available.
Training package projects are overseen by the relevant Industry Reference Committee (IRC) and supported by a project Technical Advisory Committee (TAC). They guide the project and provide industry expertise for developing the components. All projects are then referred to the Australian Industry and Skills Committee (AISC) for approval.