The Training Package Development and Endorsement Process Policy is one of three documents that form the Training Package Organising Framework to support the development of industry training packages.
The Case for Change is used to clearly set out the evidence on which the Industry Reference Committees' recommendation for change is based.
The Case for Endorsement should build on the Case for Change and provide the Australian Industry and Skills Committee (AISC) with a compelling case for approving the relevant training package component(s).
2019 Industry skills forecast and proposed schedule of work template
Extension of period to meet superseded product requirements for training products endorsed between September 2015 to March 2016
The following list provides the qualifications contained in Training Packages that have been approved by the Australian Industry and Skills Committee (AISC) between September 2015 and March 2016 which now have an 18 month transition period under t
Australian Industry and Skills Commission - VET collaboration with Korea ensuring globally relevant skills
New opportunity to support industry engagement in the training system
This document is one of three products that form the organising framework of standards that support the development of industry Training Packages.
Training Product Development Programme Guidelines
The Industry Proposal is an opportunity to draw attention to training package development work of national significance that has not been identified through an IRC Skills Forecast and Proposed Schedule of Work and is not part of the current Nation
The Editorial Report confirms that a draft Training Package or Training Package component(s) have been proof read and edited including against the Standards for Training Packages 2012, the Training Package Products Policy, and the Training Package
The Equity Report confirms that a draft Training Package or Training Package component(s) meets the access and equity requirements including against the Standards for Training Packages 2012, the Training Package Products Policy, and the Training P
Confirms that a draft Training Package or Training Package component(s) are consistent with the Training Package Principles set out in the Training Package Development and Endorsement Process Policy, and any other quality requirements set out in t