Gas Industry Outlook 2021
Find out what the key trends are impacting the skills needs in the Gas industry.READ INDUSTRY OUTLOOK
Gas Industry Reference Committee
Industry Reference Committees (IRC) ensure the delivery of high-quality Training Packages that are nationally endorsed and internationally regarded through review, development and implementation of training package content.GO TO IRC
The Gas Supply, Transmission, Distribution and Gaseous Fuels industry provides vital services to Australian homes and businesses. The industry is growing and driving enormous investments in Australia, contributing to the country’s economic growth. The increasing adoption of new technologies is transforming how we work as well as the growth of alternative fuels to support environmental sustainability.
Gas IRC Chair Lindsay Eisemann:
“The introduction of technology introduces not only opportunities but challenges as well. As technology evolves we are starting to see we need new skills in the workforce to be able to keep up with that technology advancement.
We are constantly seeing change occurring and the need for skills and the way we do things are a lot smarter, a lot more efficient. Regardless of whether you came from school or within industry and you want to build up your skill sets, the VET sector is where they come from.”
Gas Industry Snapshot
Industry Reference Committees ensure the delivery of high-quality Training Packages that are nationally endorsed and internationally regarded.
Find out what the key trends are impacting the skills needs in the Gas industry.
Training Packages specify the skills and knowledge required to perform effectively in the workplace through units of competency.
Projects review units of competency and skill sets in training packages
Gas Industry Careers
The Gas Supply, Transmission, Distribution and Gaseous Fuels (hereafter Gas Supply) industry provides vital services to Australian homes and businesses. The industry is rapidly growing and driving enormous investments in Australia employing over 14,000 workers nationwide across its four subsectors; LPG bottling and storage, retailers that buy and sell gas, transmission operators that transport gas from production facilities to the entry point of the distribution network, and distributors that operate the networks that carry gas to the end user.
The increasing adoption of new technologies in the Gas Supply industry has transformed operations, creating new opportunities and requiring new skills and training. The Gas industry shows consistent growth and diversity so if you have an interest in working in an industry that is becoming one of the major contributors to the Australian economy, then take a look at the career opportunities available in the Gas industry.
Industry Skills Manager - ESI Generation, Gas Supply