Three New Training Package Projects Commenced

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The Australian Industry and Skills Committee (AISC) has approved three new projects to review and update units of competency:

Technical Advisory Committees are being established for each project, to provide technical input to the review and development of units, skill sets and qualifications. If you are interested in applying to be a technical expert for any of these projects and are able to volunteer your time, please email details of your expertise to the relevant Project Manager (please see details on the project webpage).

Broad industry consultation is scheduled to commence in February and March next year for each of these new projects, when draft units will be made available for comment on the Skills Impact website. Please visit the project webpages by following the links below and register your interest to keep up-to-date on project activities.

Prefabricated Building Systems Project

This project will review and update units of competency for timber truss and frame design and manufacture, to reflect emerging industry skill requirements, including prefabrication of panelised building systems, so that all job functions are accurately described.

Click here to visit the project webpage and view the project scope, timeline and deliverables.

Cross Laminated Timber Building Systems Project

This project will review and update units of competency relating to cross-laminated timber (CLT) and Glulam production, to incorporate the skills and knowledge that is required to operate machinery, so all job functions are accurately described.

Click here to visit the project webpage and view the project scope, timeline and deliverables.

Pulp and Paper Manufacturing Safety Compliance Project

This project will review units of competency from the PPM Pulp and Paper Manufacturing Training Package with regard to occupational health and safety, so they reflect current industry skills standards and practices and all job functions are accurately described.

Click here to visit the project webpage and view the project scope, timeline and deliverables.