3 August 2017

PwC’s Skills for Australia marks another milestone as a Skills Service Organisation

PwC's Skills for Australia has reflected on the progress made in 18months as a Skills Service Organisation.

25 May 2017

REPORT: Perform to prosper – Getting Australia on the right track

At PwC we believe we need to find new ways of working to create new value. And everyone has a role to play. Government, educators and business too.

10 March 2017

Update to the TAE Training Package

Skills for Australia is in the process of making a minor update to the TAE Training Package. The change affects 13 units of competency. For more information about the minor update please click here read more.

23 February 2017

SURVEY: Training Products Improvement

This is an opportunity to provide input into training product development work that is currently underway across Business Services, Financial Services, Education, and Information and Communications Technology.

23 January 2017

PwC’s future in sight series explores the disruptive forces set to transform industries in the future.

Technological change is creating historic shifts in industry footprints. It's reshaping the foundations of many industries.

28 November 2016

Year One Training Product Development work now commencing

Following the approval of seven projects by the AISC on 17th November 2016, Skills for Australia is pleased to be commencing project work.

17 November 2016

REPORT: Unlocking a $17 billion prize – How empowering young workers could boost GDP by 1.1%

The second PwC Young Workers Index released today, charts the success of 35 OECD countries in developing the potential of younger workers aged 15-24.

4 October 2016

NEW – Interpretation Guide: TAE Training Package Release 2.0

Following the second release of the TAE Training Package in April 2016, we received more than 500 queries on how it should be understood and implemented. The aim of this Interpretation Guide is to provide clear and consistent advice on how to interpret key aspects of the TAE Training Package (Release 2.0), creating a point of truth for interested stakeholders. The interpretation of the TAE Training Package in this Guide is based on the prevailing views of VET practitioners, RTOs and other stakeholders made evident through consultation sessions held by PwC’s Skills for Australia.

6 September 2016

PwC To Design and Pilot Higher Apprenticeships For Professional and Business Sectors

Under a new initiative supported by the Australian Government, PwC will work with a wide range of iconic Australian employers to design and pilot a higher level apprenticeship programme that will create vocational pathways into professional, business, IT and financial services.

4 August 2016

Training product review and activity plan proposed by the Education IRC – public consultation

​The Education Industry Reference Committee has worked with PwC's Skills for Australia to develop a four year activity and Training Product Review plan. We have presented a summary of our proposed projects on our website and welcome industry and employer feedback. If you would like to view the status of our proposed projects and provide feedback via a feedback form please click above.

1 August 2016

[INFOGRAPHIC] Augmented Reality’s Path to success

With the viral success of Pokémon GO you may have heard about 'Augmented Reality' for the very first time. To understand AR and how it has grown over 50 years, take a look at the augment.com infographic.

27 July 2016

Download our recorded webinar on the new TAE Training Package

Download the recording of our TAE Interpretation Session delivered by Tim Rawlings, Head of Training Product Development. The webinar dives into key changes in the TAE Training Package and answers FAQs in accordance with prevailing interpretations of the new TAE training products.