AISC Communique - July 2016Communique28 July 2016
The Australian Industry and Skills Committee (AISC) met via teleconference on 28 July 2016 to consider two Training Packages and discuss a number of important vocational education and training (VET) policy and programme matters.
AISC Communique - June 2016Communique15 June 2016
The Australian Industry and Skills Committee (AISC) continued its ambitious agenda of supporting the new arrangements for developing training packages at its meeting on 15 June 2016 in Canberra.
AISC Communique - May 2016Communique16 May 2016
The Australian Industry and Skills Committee (AISC) has approved a further three cases for endorsement, bringing the total to 49 in less than 12 months:
Mr John Pollaers, Chair of the Australian Industry and Skills Committee today welcomed the launch of an Expressions of Interest process for organisations to support industry in developing training packages.
The Chair of the Australian Industry and Skills Committee, John Pollaers, has accompanied the Assistant Minister for Education and Training, Senator the Hon Simon Birmingham on a successful visit to South Korea.
AISC Communique - April 2016Communique1 April 2016
The Australian Industry and Skills Committee (AISC) has approved an important update to the Training and Education (TAE) Training Package that will ensure that the VET workforce has better skills in the future.
AISC Communique - March 2016Communique21 March 2016 to 22 March 2016
The Australian Industry and Skills Committee (AISC) held its seventh meeting in Sydney on
21 and 22 March. Consisting of industry leaders from across Australia, the AISC provides industry leadership to the vocational education and training (VET) sector, and provides advice to Ministers on the implementation of national VET policies.
AISC Communique - February 2016Communique18 February 2016
The Australian Industry and Skills Committee (AISC) held its sixth meeting on
18 February in Melbourne, the first meeting under the new arrangements for training product development that commenced on 1 January 2016.
New Skills Service Organisations announcedMinisterial media release27 January 2016
The Minister for Vocational Education and Skills, Luke Hartsuyker, today announced the five organisations selected as Skills Service Organisations to work with Industry Reference Committees to develop modern and relevant training packages.
Industry to take up the challenge on trainingMedia release8 October 2015
Chair of the Australian Industry and Skills Committee (AISC), Mr John Pollaers, met today in Sydney with the Chairs of the new Industry Reference Committees. “These new committees are the backbone of Australia’s Vocational Education Training System. The Chairs represent industries right across the Australian economy” Mr Pollaers said.
The Australian Industry and Skills Committee – navigating the role of this new committee and the challenges and opportunities for enhancing training products for industry
The key message from the Chair of the Australian Industry and Skills Committee, Mr John Pollaers, to the 2015 National VET Conference in Adelaide today was: “The VET system plays a key role in ensuring a productive Australian economy and competitive Australian businesses”.
AISC moves to de-clutter VET training package systemMedia release3 September 2015
The recently established Australian Industry and Skills Committee (AISC) is making its mark in the streamlining and de-cluttering of Australia’s VET training package system.
Globally relevant skills to support growthMedia release14 July 2015
The Chair of the new Australian Industry and Skills Committee, John Pollaers delivered a keynote address on meeting the skills challenges facing Australian industry to the Australia-China Strategic Policy Dialogue on Vocational Education and Training in Beijing on Tuesday.
First Australian Industry and Skills Committee MeetingMinisterial media release9 June 2015
The newly established Australian Industry and Skills Committee (AISC) will hold their inaugural meeting in Melbourne today.
Skills Ministers agree to simpler, more responsive training systemMinisterial media release8 May 2015
Vocational students and employers will have a simpler, more responsive national training system under projects agreed today by Commonwealth, State and Territory Skills Ministers.