Closing Monday 19 July 2021.
The Transport and Logistics Industry Reference Committee (IRC) is looking for subject matter experts to form Technical Advisory Committees (TACs) for three new projects which have now commenced. Your industry expertise and insight is sought to help review and develop training package materials for the following projects:
This project will develop one new Unit of Competency related to the use of incoterms, review one qualification, Skill Set and 18 associated units of Competency in the TLI Transport and Logistics Training Package.
The project will align the Diploma of Customs Broking and Skill Set and associated Units of Competency with updated regulatory requirements, technology changes, and current industry practice.
In response to a request from Custom brokers in Australia, Licensed customs brokers’ skills and knowledge requirements will be aligned with regulatory requirements, blockchain and data analytics to enhance the resilience of the supply chain.
This project will review and amalgamate the three Certificate IV qualifications in Transport and Logistics, Road Transport – Car Driving Instruction; Heavy Vehicle Driving Instruction; and Motorcycle Riding Instruction. The project will also develop two new Skill Sets, review one Skill Set and nine associated Units of Competency to ensure the skills and knowledge requirements contained in the qualification address State and territory regulations for driving and riding instructors.
This will facilitate a more aligned pathway for driver instructors and enable mobility of vehicle instructors across multiple driver training sectors. Driver and rider training also improves productivity for enterprises along with improved road safety for all users.
We require subject matter experts in car driving and heavy vehicle driving instruction, and motorcycle riding instruction.
Materiel and Deployment Logistics
This project will review and update the Certificate IV, Diploma and Advanced Diploma in Materiel Logistics; the Diploma and Advanced Diploma of Deployment Logistics; and associated units to ensure the skills and knowledge requirements contained in the qualifications address changes in technology and Defence processes.
The IRC will investigate whether these qualifications can be combined to facilitate a more aligned career pathway for Defence and integrated logistics support personnel, enhancing workforce mobility across the sector.
Please register your interest via the project pages, by close of business Monday, 19 July 2021.
There will also be opportunities to provide feedback at consultation stages throughout the projects.