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Case for Change
The Enterprise Skills Case for Change was developed in response to an industry-identified need for a stronger core of transferable enterprise skills in non-specialist qualifications.
The Business Enterprise Skills Project will ultimately result in the reshaping of non-specialist Business Services qualifications, by embedding transferable enterprise skills in the core unit list and creating specialist elective streams where necessary to provide pathways for specialisation and upskilling.
There are three streams included in this project consisting of:
- Embedding Enterprise Skills in VET
- Leadership and Management
- Project Management
The Enterprise Skills Case for Change was endorsed by the AISC in August 2018.
Click on the link below to view the document.
On behalf of the Business Services IRC, we conducted industry consultation for this project from August 2018 – June 2019.
Following this, we have developed a Recommendations Report, which is a non-endorsable document outlining a summary of consultation findings and the resulting proposed changes to training products.
Click on the link under ‘Downloads’ below to view the Recommendations Report (which also includes recommendations for the Technical Skills project). Please note, this document has been released after industry consultation and prior to the training product development phase of this review. There are still many further opportunities for industry input, as additional consultation will continue to be undertaken throughout the training product development phase of work.
Training Product Development
7 July 2020: Final draft training products for the Business Enterprise Skills and Technical Skills projects in the Business Services (BSB) Training Package are now available to be downloaded.
Project completion: The Case for Endorsement will be considered at the August 2020 meeting of the Australian Industry and Skills Committee, before being released on training.gov.au in mid-October 2020. As these training products have not yet received final endorsement, please be advised that updates may occur.
Learner transition: The BSB Industry Reference Committee (IRC) has directed PwC’s Skills for Australia to apply for an extended transition period to assist with the implementation of training product changes. At the direction of the IRC, our application will be for an 18-month transition period for all training products in scope.
Version 1.0 (now superseded) is still available for download here. Public review period: 31 November 2019 – 31 January 2020.
Version 2.0 (now superseded) is still available for download here. Public review period: 24 February – 6 March 2020.
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