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Case for Change
The Case for Change for this project was established as a result of initial research and consultation undertaken by the previous Industry Skills Council, SkillsDMC. The project was outlined in the Mining, Drilling and Civil Infrastructure (MDCI) Industry Reference Committee Four Year Work Plan and was submitted in a Case for Change – previously referred to as a Business Case – to the Australian Industry and Skills Committee (AISC) in December 2016.
In order to facilitate continuity for industry, Skills for Australia commenced industry consultation and progressed the project towards the Case for Endorsement phase of work.
The objective of this project is to ensure that Australia’s vocational education and training system is adequately preparing learners in first emergency response within the Resources and Infrastructure Industry and to ensure that appropriate workplace safety training regarding this task is being delivered.
On behalf of the MDCI IRC, PwC’s Skills for Australia carried out industry consultations for this project from July – November 2017.
Following the MDCI IRC’s approval of our key findings from consultation we developed draft training products to address the skills gaps identified in first emergency response.
The final round of consultation on these draft training products has now closed.
Training Product Development
The First Emergency Response project includes the below training products:
The feedback period for the draft training products in the scope of this project has now closed.
A Case for Endorsement was submitted to the AISC for consideration at the June 2018 meeting.
The Case for Endorsement for Shotfiring was approved by the AISC in June 2018.
Resulting changes to the Training Package can be viewed in the Case for Endorsement document below.
These changes are now reflected on the Training.gov.au website.
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