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IBSA Manufacturing Training Package Development Methodology

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IBSA Manufacturing Training Development Projects follow the Training Package Development and Endorsement Process Policy and uses a five phase methodology. Our approach to all training…

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Industry Skills Forecast Methodology

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IBSA Manufacturing Industry Skills Forecast work identifies skills gaps and emerging skills needs within industry and provides the likely timing of training package development work…

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May Newsletter

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IBSA’s May newsletter includes articles on National Manufacturing Week, The Endeavour Awards, Industry Skills Forecast Update, IRC Member Profiles and International Engagement and Insights. Click here…

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Industry Insights – German Manufacturing 2019 and Beyond

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Earlier this year IBSA travelled to Germany to meet with key representatives from the Germany manufacturing sector to gather insights on their transition to Industry 4.0….

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Introducing the Process Manufacturing, Recreational Vehicle and Laboratory IRC Members

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The Process Manufacturing, Recreational Vehicle and Laboratory Industry Reference Committee (IRC) is responsible for the MSL Laboratory Operations; MSM Manufacturing; PMA Chemical, Hydrocarbons and Refining; PMB Plastics, Rubbers and Cablemaking; and…

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State and Territory Training Authorities Visits

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Over the past few weeks IBSA representatives have been visiting key stakeholders including State and Territory Training Authorities (STA) in Perth, Hobart, Brisbane, Melbourne and…

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What does our Skills Service Organisation do?

IBSA is a not-for-profit Skills Service Organisation (SSO) that is funded by the Australian Government to:

  • Provide technical, operational and secretariat support to six Industry Reference Committees in the development and review of qualifications and training packages
  • Consult and engage with stakeholders and implement their feedback to ensure training packages cover the skills needed in the industry
  • Inform industry stakeholders and employers about the latest news and trends
  • Develop compliant training packages that are relevant to a modern Australian economy, are embraced by the industry and maximise the potential for access to employment