Australian Industry Skills Committee (AISC) Launches the National Review Schedule

In line with its commitment to greater transparency, AISC has launched Australia’s first National Schedule covering the review and development of training packages planned over the next twelve months.

The National Schedule is a single source of information for VET stakeholders, enabling timely consultation and more effective planning and resource allocation. 

The first iteration of the National Schedule prioritises work identified by Industry Reference Committees, including: 

  • capitalising on advances in technology, reflecting new jobs in the economy and addressing emerging skills needs
  • responding to industry restructuring and new ways of working, and
  • completing outstanding work such as the transition of units of competency to the 2012 Standards for Training Packages.

To view the National Schedule visit the AISC’s website at: 

The National Schedule will become a rolling, four-year plan of work. It will be reviewed again towards the end of this year, drawing on priorities identified by the IRCs from their four year workplans. IRCs are currently developing these workplans and will consult widely to ensure a whole-of-industry view is represented. Industry stakeholders are encouraged to participate by contacting their IRC. Contact details are available on the AISC’s website at 

For further information about the AISC, including its latest communique, and the opportunities to engage in the new arrangements for training product development visit the AISC’s website at 

Submitted on 2016-08-12 by Matthew Haggan

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