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Case for Change
There has been an increased demand for skills and training related to service and repair of battery electric vehicles. This is due to the growing presence of electric vehicles in Australia’s motor vehicle fleet and electric vehicle manufacturers in Australian industry. Industry consultation has identified a skills gap relating to the diagnosis of electric vehicle powertrains, and heavy electric vehicle service and repair. Given this increase in demand for those in the automotive industry to have these skills, a new Certificate III in Automotive Electric Vehicle Technology is proposed, along with two new units of competency.
PwC’s Skills for Australia is in the process of consulting with a wide range of stakeholders relevant to this sub-sector of the automotive industries.
The Case for Change for this project is available to be downloaded below.
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PwC’s Skills for Australia has commenced the main round of consultation for our 2021 Automotive Projects.
These projects seek to address skills and knowledge gaps for the following job requirements which are not currently addressed in the AUR Automotive Retail, Service and Repair and AUM Automotive Manufacturing Training Packages:
- Accessory Fitting
- Battery Electric Vehicle Repair
- Heavy Vehicle Telematics Service and Repair
We are seeking input from employers, industry representatives, employees, trainers and assessors, students and other stakeholders who would be willing to share their thoughts on the skills, knowledge and training needs for any of the above automotive areas.
If you would like to be part of our upcoming consultation, please register your interest for a consultation and a PwC’s Skills for Australia representative will contact you.