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Case for Change
The objective of this project is to consider how vocational education and training may be used to provide workers in the creative industries with an improved understanding of their legal rights and obligations.
This project focuses on two areas:
- Intellectual property and copyright, and
- Industrial relations rights and obligations
PwC’s Skills for Australia prepared the Case for Change for this project on behalf of the Culture and Related Industries Industry Reference Committee (CUA IRC) and submitted it to the Australian Industry and Skills Committee (AISC) in January 2017.
The AISC endorsed this project on 23 February 2017.
On behalf of the CUA IRC PwC’s Skills for Australia carried out industry consultations for this project from June – September 2017.
Consultation focused on identifying the key changes to training products required to more closely align training in the creative arts with the skills needs of industry. Activities included targeted consultation with key stakeholders in the form of face-to-face and phone interviews, the establishment of a project working group and a survey.
Following the CUA IRC’s review of our key findings from consultation and the recommendations we proposed for changes to training products, we developed draft training products to address skills gaps in accounting and bookkeeping training.
These draft training products were published for a final round of consultation in late October through early November. We are now reviewing this feedback and amending draft training products where possible.
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Training Product Development
The Legal Rights and Obligations project includes the following training products:
The consultation period for feedback on draft training products has now closed.
We are currently preparing these training products for independent validation by the Quality Assurance Panel. The next step will be to develop a Case for Endorsement for changes to the Creative Arts and Culture Training Package, which is to be provided to the CUA IRC for approval and submitted to the AISC in February 2018.
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The Case for Endorsement for CUA Legal Rights and Obligations was approved by the AISC in March 2018.
Resulting changes to the CUA Training Package can be viewed in the Case for Endorsement document below.
These changes are expected to be reflected on the Training.gov.au website by December 2018.
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