Skills Organisation Pilots are undertaking qualification design trials to help address the changing skills needs of employers and individuals.
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Skills Ministers have agreed to trial new evidence-led approaches to qualifications, with trials to be run by the three Skills Organisation Pilots in Mining, Digital and Human Services.
The trials aim to achieve:
- Qualifications that recognise common skills, deliver broader vocational outcomes and promote individual mobility and labour market resilience
- A reduction in unnecessary training product duplication
- A reduction in training product complexity
- An enhanced relationship between training products, training needs and employment pathways
- Greater training product flexibility and enhanced responsiveness to changing industry need
- Improved articulation and pathways between education sectors.
The first trial will be run by the Mining Skills Organisation Pilot and is aimed at designing better qualifications to enable the mining sector to create new jobs and support the Australian economy.
Find out more information from the MSOP - Project hubs page of the Minerals Council of Australia website.
Skills Organisation Pilots are undertaking the qualification design trials as part of immediate skills reforms agreed by Australian, State and Territory Skills Ministers, under the auspices of the Heads of Agreement for Skills Reform.
Improving national VET qualifications across industry occupation clusters and the Australian Qualifications Framework (AQF) has been identified as an immediate priority under the Heads of Agreement for Skills Reform to strengthen the training system and support Australia’s economic recovery.
To find out more about qualification reforms visit the Skills Reform Consultation page.