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Artisanal Food & Beverage Project

Skills Impact has commenced work on a project to identify and fill gaps in current qualifications, skill sets and units of competency from the FBP Food, Beverage and Pharmaceutical Training Package. This project will address food safety and manufacturing processes in the growing artisanal cheese-making, brewing and distilling, and, food and beverage fermentation markets. A focus of the project will be to develop qualifications that provide recognisable training, and address the complex, multi-faceted skills required to safely produce various products for these growing niche markets. Relevant Occupations include: Cheesemakers and assistant cheesemakers Cheese production managers, technicians

FFTI Nimble News

Featured in this issue: WA Jobs and Skills Centre – free job’s board. Post your job vacancy here. The Jobs and Skills Centre jobs board assists and supports Western Australian job seekers to find employment, and can help employers to attract and recruit employees South Metropolitan TAFE Course Guide is out for 2019 WA Training Awards Presentation Dinner – 28 September 2018, Crown Perth CEDA Lunch: Shaping WA: Agribusiness Outlook - 10th October 2018 New ABARES Report - Food demand in Australia: trends and issues 2018 Grain related businesses: Careers in Grain Early Career Placement Program can assist employers with employing new graduates with $2,500, candidate selection and support servi

Review: MST Buying Skills in Fashion & Textiles Project 2018 - 1st Round

Update: The timeline for feedback has been extended to COB Friday, 31 August 2018. IBSA is seeking feedback on proposed changes related to the MST Training Package as follows: Overview The 2018 Buying Skills in Fashion and Textiles project involves: Review of 2 qualifications – MST50116 Diploma of Applied Fashion Design and Merchandising, MST60116 Advanced Diploma of Applied Fashion Design and Merchandising; development of 1 new skill set unit and 1 new unit; and the review of 15 existing units to provide a targeted specialised buying focus to meet industry needs. Draft amendments to the 15 units are attached. Strengthening the alignment between required skills, units and the qualification

FFTI Nimble News

Featured in this issue: To donate: Rotary, National Farmers Federation and Channel 9’s: Drought Relief Fund for Australian Farmers Have you visited one of WA’s new Jobs and Skills Centres – free career, skills and employment assistance is available to both individuals and employers FairWork Ombudsman – New Family and Domestic Leave arrangements as of 1 August 2018 Several papers put out by the University of Melbourne: Vocational Education for the 21st Century: A series of policy discussion papers RRR Network Leadership in the Regions - Regional Leadership Masterclass – 2 day Workshop at Muresk Institute Wednesday 10th Oct to Friday 12th Oct 2018 Interesting article from The Conversation - Se

Review of Agribusiness Qualifications

Skills Impact has commenced work on a project to review three national Agribusiness qualifications (https://training.gov.au/Training/Details/AHC): AHC41016 Cert IV in Agribusiness AHC51416 Diploma of Agribusiness AHC60316 Advanced Diploma of Agribusiness Management The project was identified as part of the Agriculture and Production Horticulture IRC 2018-21 Skills Forecast and requires industry input to develop the qualification to meet industry needs and produce real-life job outcomes, within the national standards. Skills Impact is seeking industry participation in the project. At this early stage they also need to establish a national team of people working in the industry to be subject m

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