2019 Sustainability Industry Skills Forecast submitted to AISC
We are pleased to advise that the final draft 2019 Industry Skills Forecast and Proposed Schedule of Work, prepared on behalf of the Sustainability Industry Reference Committee, was submitted to the Australian Industry Skills Committee (AISC) for consideration at their June meeting.
The Industry Skills Forecast identified a number of Key Drivers for Change and scheduled a number of priorities for 2019-2023
Key Driver/s of Change:
- Significant business concerns about energy security and energy management.
- Rising focus on circular economy principles and practices as a result of new state and commonwealth government strategies for waste management.
- Increasing focus on advanced manufacturing and sustainable manufacturing processes.
Priorities for 2019–20:
Competitive Systems and Practices Qualifications
The priority identified as important and proposed for 2019–20 is to review the fitness for purpose of Competitive Systems and Practices qualifications in meeting workforce upskilling demands and emerging technological changes.
(It is anticipated that a separate Case for Change will be submitted in late-2019.)
This information has been used to update the AISC National Schedule of training package development projects.
Thank you to everyone who provided feedback and comments.
To read the submitted 2019 Industry Skills Forecast, please click on the link below:
Read the draft 2019 MSS Sustainability Industry Skills Forecast
May 2019: Submission
We’re pleased to advise that the 2019 Sustainability Industry Skills Forecast and Proposed Schedule of Work was submitted to the Australian Industry Skills Committee (AISC) in April.
The AISC will consider this Forecast at their June meeting. Once endorsed, the final report will be published on this page.
March 2019: Consultation
Consultation for the draft 2019 Sustainability Industry Skills Forecast and Proposed Schedule of Work ended on Monday 25 March.
Thank you to those stakeholders who provided comment. Broad consultation was undertaken which involved the draft 2019 Industry Skills Forecast being made available via the website along with an online survey to gather feedback.
Feedback is now being reviewed by the Aerospace Industry Reference Committee. The final version will then be submitted to the Australian Industry Skills Committee (AISC). Once endorsed, final documents will then be published on this page.
March 2019: Consultation now closed
The Industry Skills Forecast identified the following skills development priorities within the industry:
- Energy management, use and procurement
- Upskilling in specific elements of competitive systems and practices
- Skills to meet emerging technological changes in competitive systems and practices and environmental monitoring and technology
- Skills to address emerging job roles in environmental monitoring and technology, and
- Generic skills, such as problem solving, design thinking, leadership, change management and innovation management.
Current projects and consultations
- Alignment of VET qualifications with licensing regulations
- Industrial Sewing Skill Set Project
- Point of Care Testing (PoCT) Project
- Skills for the Polymer Industry Project
- Laundry and Dry Cleaning Project
- Blinds, Awnings, Security Screens and Grilles Project
- Manufacturing and Engineering 2017-2018 Project
- Chemical, Hydrocarbons & Refining 2017 Project
- Furnishing Industry Skills Forecast 2019
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