Transport and Manufacting ISC

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Transport and Manufacting ISC by Mind Map: Transport and Manufacting ISC

1. Need to brief ISC members on system (VET pathways and training packages)

2. Parents/schools/career advisors

3. What is vision of VET

4. Increasing apprenticeship uptake (change perceptions

5. If VET means skilled worker in any industry

5.1. Do we have enough skilled workers for Industry 4.0, welders, IoT, etc

5.2. Training doesnt always equal skills for the job as employers dont know what future skills they will need

6. Discussion Paper - Apprentices and Trainees (purpose of VET)

7. Issues

7.1. Vocational Training needs

7.1.1. Payroll/Admin/Clerical (Lena)

7.2. Government pushing skills of future but we dont know what those pathways are

7.2.1. Maintain traditional skills as well as future skills

7.3. Certainty missing in VET, people not having skills they are meant to be qualified for

7.4. forklift / yard traineeships for 16 year olds

7.5. Change language within VET

7.5.1. Talk about career pathways

8. Employers issue with criteria for Federal funding (previous qual in last 7 years unable to access another qual)

8.1. SA Govt allows for 2nd qual on TAPS under Training Contract

9. Training Priorities Plan (TPP)

10. Development of people (all ages), enabling industry to fill skills gaps (keep it simple)

10.1. What is the job (occupations)?

11. We need boiler makers and welders, truck drivers, fork lift drivers

11.1. System not geared to this (problem is finding skilled workers for jobs)

11.1.1. Public good RoI for training skilled workers (shipbuilding, defence, etc)

11.2. No parent-hood statements about future jobs, needs to be more specific

12. Restore integrity of VET system (need connection between training and employment outcome)

13. Diversity of T&M ISC

13.1. meeting needs of thin markets

13.1.1. Cleve example of MTA providing successful / profitable training TAFE withdrew from

13.1.2. remove barriers to public and private partnerships (collaborative arrangements)

14. Taxi industry

14.1. Same market but twice the number of providers

14.2. Access Taxis Government outsource (Unit of competency under TLI package) to drive, unable to attract those drivers - major shortage of drivers / course is expensive, skills in taxi, loading and securing a wheelchair passenger.

14.2.1. Govt no longer providing vehicle for training

14.3. Uber ride sharing impacts

14.3.1. No able to service people with a disability

14.3.1.1. Drivers must be accredited and competent in training package

14.3.2. Unaccredited drivers

14.3.3. DPTI have compliance officers (powerless to discipline non-compliant drivers)

14.4. Review regulatory requirements

14.5. Access vouchers now part of NDIS package that wont fund it (SATS vouchers)

15. School based apprenticeships

15.1. Clerical / admin / business

15.1.1. Numeracy and literacy skills in the workplace

15.1.1.1. ACFA 12 week program for numeracy in construction (15 stakeholders partnering)

15.2. Align training to job