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IRC SKILLS FORECAST – 2017

KEY FINDINGS DISCUSSION PAPER

MARCH 2017

The purpose of the paper is to provide industry stakeholders with a summary of the key findings from the recent industry intelligence gathering activities overseen by the following Industry Reference Committees (IRCs):

  • Electrotechnology IRC
  • ESI Generation IRC
  • ESI Transmission, Distribution and Rail IRC
  • Gas IRC

The contents of these papers are drawn from industry consultations, a survey and other research activities completed this year. The key findings will be used by the IRCs in the development of each IRC's Skills Forecast and Proposed Schedule of Work for the Electrotechnology, ESI – Generation Sector, Transmission, Distribution and Rail and Gas Supply Training Packages. Once approved by the Australian Industry and Skills Committee (AISC) the Skills Forecast will replace the 2016 IRC Workplans.

Australian Industry Standards has been tasked by the IRCs to collect feedback from interested stakeholders about these issues on its behalf. Please use the following links to download the papers:

HOW TO PROVIDE FEEDBACK:

State Training Authorities are invited to share the Key Findings Discussion Papers with their networks. We also welcome comments on the findings outlined in these papers by close of business on March 17th 2017.

It is acknowledged that the information provided about issues in these papers is deliberately brief. The purpose of these papers is to validate and confirm the findings, which will inform the advice the IRCs will provide to the AISC.

In considering the key issues and themes identified in these papers, we are keen to have any feedback that either confirms your issue has been covered, or else raises an issue you feel should be addressed in the relevant IRC Proposed Schedule of Work (FY17/18 – FY20/21) for the Training Packages they administer to be submitted to the AISC on April 28th 2017.

Responses can be emailed to jason.lazar@australianindustrystandards.org.au

 

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