Edition 561, 7 July 2014
- ACPET's bulk buy PD offer now available for only $800
- ACPET's LLN Capable project - working towards our VET sector show case: Skilled Up
- ACPET's LLN Capable project - working towards our VET sector show case: Equals International
- What does your website say about you?
- Digital Marketing Makeover for RTOs - using digital marketing for better business
- Managing compliance with the ESOS and TPS framework: taking the worry out
- Understanding the VET Quality Framework for Administration Staff
- Report from Industry Skills Councils
- ANZ Seeds of Renewal Grants Program available for rural not for profit institutions
- Register now for Subsidised PD in Tasmania for July
- ACPET Subsidised Webinar - Understanding the VET Quality Framework for admin staff - 14 July
- ACPET Subsidised Webinar - Digital e-learning Tools - 18 July
- Join the Tassie contingent as an Early Bird at the ACPET National Conference - Fremantle 28-29 August
- Join the SA contingent as an Early Bird at the ACPET National Conference - Fremantle 28-29 August
Report from Industry Skills Councils
Monday, July 7 2014
The Industry Skills Council has recently released its report titled 'Shared responsibilities, shared solutions' investigating the drivers that change training packages. The report identifies a number of actions that can be taken by each stakeholder, Industry Skills Councils (ISCs) included, to significantly improve the efficiency and effectiveness of their part of the process while ensuring industry’s evolving skill needs are still met by the VET system.
As an evidenced based analysis, it brings together the complex strands of the problem and identifies:
- How much change is actually occurring
- What is driving the change
- Where pressure points exist in the system that amplify the impact of each change; and
- What can be done to reduce the impact.
The executive summary identifies drivers of change to Training Packages are not well understood. The analysis shows that the stakeholders most impacted on and most critical of the volume of continuous improvement also contribute to the problem by virtue of the model for regulation, poorly designed systems, business processes and quality assurance. Problems that exist right along the supply chain have compounded to create an imperfect process in need of improvement.
To view the full report please click th e link here. Comments to ACPET are most welcome and you can provide comments to Alan Keith of ACPET here. Feedback received prior to 18 July 2014 will be forwarded to the ACPET Board for their next meeting.
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