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Australian Industry Standards (AIS) is currently transitioning Training Packages to the Standards for Training Packages 2012.
To ensure all Training Packages are of high quality and meet the workforce development needs of industry, enterprises and individuals, the Standards for Training Packages 2012 were developed. The Standards apply to the design and development of Training Packages for endorsement consideration by the Australian and Industry Skills Committee (AISC). It is a requirement that all Training Package components meet the Standards for Training Packages 2012.
Benefits of the Standards for Training Packages include:
AIS has responsibility for Training Packages that are yet to be aligned to the requirements of the Standards for Training Packages, including the Defence, Public Safety, Electrotechnology, Gas Industry, Electricity Supply Industry – Generation Sector, and Transmission, Distribution and Rail Sector Training Packages.
Australian Industry Standards undertakes this work through five distinct stages. These stages are:
The AISC was established by the COAG Industry and Skills Council in May 2015 to give industry a formal, expanded role in policy direction and decision-making for the vocational education and training (VET) sector.
The AISC provides oversight of the organising framework of VET standards including:
Australian Industry Standards welcomes industry feedback on Training Package review and development projects. Stakeholders can also register to stay updated on all stages of the various Training Package projects, or contact AIS for more information.