4 March 2020
Integrated Logistics Support subject matter experts needed
Work on this project has commenced and the Transport and Logistics IRC is forming a TAC.
Your industry expertise and insight is welcome to help develop up to five new Integrated Logistics Support (ILS) Units of Competency and one or more Skills Sets to meet the requirements of the naval shipbuilding industry.
To register your interest in becoming a TAC member, please provide your details via the form below by close of business Friday, 20 March 2020.
Register your interest
For more information about this project please contact the Industry Manager.
In line with its objective of building a strong, sustainable and innovative Australian naval shipbuilding industry, the Australian Government is investing in developing the skills and knowledge base of the industry to build the sustainable workforce required and prepare for the subsequent workforce growth.
The Transport and logistics Industry Reference Committee (IRC), on behalf of the Naval Shipbuilding IRC, is leading a project to develop up to five new Integrated Logistics Support (ILS) Units of Competency and one or more Skills Sets to meet the requirements of the naval shipbuilding industry.
The project was initiated by the Naval Shipbuilding (NSB) IRC with support from PwC’s Skills for Australia (Skills Service Organisation). The NSB IRC is responsible for ensuring that the skilling requirements for the naval shipbuilding and sustainment industries are reflected in relevant training packages
This project will address address the following support system constituent capabilities (SSCC) contained within Integrated Logistics Support:
- Reliability Maintainability & Availability (RM&A)
- Maintenance Engineering
- Supply Support
- Technical Publications
- Configuration Management
Regular updates will be posted on this page throughout the life of the project.
If you have any questions about this project, please contact Industry Manager Klausch Schmidt.
The following products will be submitted to the AISC for consideration no later than 30 October 2020:
- 5 new Units of Competency
- 1 or more Skill Sets
- Case for Endorsement
- Companion Volume Implementation Guide
This project will be undertaken in collaboration with, and seek significant input and support from, the Naval Shipbuilding IRC, PwC’s Skills for Australia and industry stakeholders in relation to the project outputs.
A Technical Advisory Committee (TAC) of subject matter experts will be formed to provide subject matter expertise for the development work.