SHARE YOUR IDEAS AND BE A PART OF SHAPING AUSTRALIA’S WORKFORCE OF THE FUTURE
Watch a webinar and provide input to a survey or to our team to inform future qualification needs
Provide your technical expertise and/or feedback to ensure qualifications are fit-for-purpose
Welcome to our Engagement Hub, your one stop portal for information about how you can participate and inform our work to skill Australia’s workforce.
Your feedback is important to us. This includes if you are an employer, industry association, peak body, government body, union, training provider, regulator working in the industry or a student. We want to hear your ideas and feedback to ensure our qualifications are fit-for-purpose and deliver real outcomes for Australia.
We engage in many ways – our regular person-to-person activities including on-the-ground talks, meetings, through webinars, discussion papers, surveys and general enquiries. Reach out to us at any time through this portal, our enquiries mailbox or by contacting our Industry Skills Team. We look forward to hearing from you.
Our engagement pillars
To build and support ongoing engagement, our operations are underpinned by four important pillars:
We support IRCs as industry representatives to drive training packages that meet industry needs and provide solutions to skills challenges. We involve diverse industry stakeholders throughout the process, including those from small-medium enterprise and regional and remote areas.
Engagement is tailored to the needs of our stakeholders. We employ best-practice methods to ensure stakeholders are involved and informed for the duration of the project lifecycle. We continually review and seek feedback on our engagement activities.
Our project development and engagement processes are made publicly available wherever possible. Stakeholders can keep up to date on progress of our projects through our website, on social media and by subscribing to our newsletters and alerts.
Australian industries are continually evolving as new technologies and ways of working are introduced and in response to challenges such as COVID-19. AIS collaborates with industry to identify emerging skills needs that inform training package development.