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IBSA Manufacturing Training Package Development Methodology

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IBSA Manufacturing Training Development Projects follow the Training Package Development and Endorsement Process Policy and uses a five phase methodology. Our approach to all training…

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AISC National Insights Report

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The Australian Industry and Skills Committee’s (AISC) online resource, the National Industry Insights Report is a new, comprehensive source of information for Industry Reference Committees…

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May E-News published

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The May newsletter is out with articles on 2018 Skills Forecasts submitted, new projects commenced, IRC Chair Leon Drury’s profile, National Manufacturing Week and IBSA’s CEO…

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Embracing Industry 4.0 pays dividends – B&R Enclosures case study

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B&R Enclosures, founded in 1955, started on an “Industry 4.0” journey approximately three years ago. The term, Industry 4.0, is used to describe advanced manufacturing…

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Who keeps the Rotors rotating?

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IBSA Manufacturing presented at the Rotortech Conference on the Sunshine Coast, Friday 25 May. Industry Manager, Vince Panozzo, briefed attendees on the current Aircraft Maintenance Subcategory…

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IRC Chair Profile – Leon Drury

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Leon Drury is the Chair of the Textiles, Clothing and Footwear Industry Reference Committee. He is Executive Officer for the Manufacturing Skills Australia NSW Industry…

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What does our Skills Service Organisation do?

IBSA is a not-for-profit Skills Service Organisation (SSO) that is funded by the Australian Government to:

  • Provide technical, operational and secretariat support to six Industry Reference Committees in the development and review of qualifications and training packages
  • Consult and engage with stakeholders and implement their feedback to ensure training packages cover the skills needed in the industry
  • Inform industry stakeholders and employers about the latest news and trends
  • Develop compliant training packages that are relevant to a modern Australian economy, are embraced by the industry and maximise the potential for access to employment