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Open Now: Technical Advisory Committees – Expressions of Interest

SkillsIQ is currently inviting Expressions of Interest for three Technical Advisory Committees (TACs) relating to projects being overseen by the Technicians Support Services Industry Reference Committee. The projects are:

  • Clinical Coding
  • Cast Technology
  • Hospital/Health Services Pharmacy Support.

For more details on these projects, or to register your interest in joining any of these TACs, please click here.

2018 Industry Skills Forecast – Open for Consultation

Guided by the 17 Industry Reference Committees (IRCs) we support, SkillsIQ is in the process of developing draft 2018 Industry Skills Forecasts. Each of these drafts is being made available for public consultation and comment on a staggered basis between January and March 2018.
National consultations are currently open for the following draft 2018 Industry Skills Forecasts:
  • Complementary Health (closing date: Monday 12 February 2018)
  • Technicians Support Services (closing date: Friday 16 February 2018).
Provide Your Feedback
Please click here to access these two documents, as well as Online Feedback Forms where you will be able to submit your comments and feedback.
You are invited to review the drafts and provide feedback by the specified closing dates.
For further information, please contact SkillsIQ via or by calling (02) 9392 8100.

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Worker Engagement Paper

The Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Worker Industry Reference Committee (IRC) has responsibility for seven qualifications, packaged in the HLT Health Training Package. The IRC has identified the need to review the qualifications that cater to this sector and submit a Case for Change to the Australian Industry and Skills Committee in the current review period.

Feedback on this paper should be provided via email to SkillsIQ by Friday 15th December. This feedback will then be considered and used by the IRC to inform the development of a Case for Change to be submitted to the AISC in early 2018. To access the paper please CLICK HERE.

Should you have any queries or to provide your feedback, please contact:

Alex Cook
Skills Engagement Executive
or by telephone at (02) 9392 8100