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Call for submissions: Aviation Workforce Skills Study

Call for submissions

Call for submissions: Aviation Workforce Skills Study

TLISC has been contracted by the Commonwealth Department of Infrastructure and Regional Development to undertake a study into the state of the aviation workforce in Australia. The study will identify the industry’s workforce and skill need, as well as the actions that can be taken by industry to meet those needs.

The Aviation Workforce Skills Study will build on the methodology used to develop TLISC’s annual Environmental Scan (E-Scan). It will draw on the extensive data collected by various government agencies on the aviation industry, as well on other publicly-available data and on TLISC’s own research. Stakeholder consultations will be an integral part of the process.

TLISC is calling for submissions on workforce and training issues affecting the Aviation industry. In particular, we are keen to hear industry perspectives on:

  • areas currently experiencing skills shortages;
  • emerging skills and industry’s capacity to meet demand;
  • factors affecting labour supply;
  • comments on the current training framework, including the quality of skills training, the impact of training costs and whether these impacts are disproportionate compared to other industries; and
  • impact of Asia-Pacific traffic growth and opportunities for the Australian aviation industry;
  • measures industry can implement to respond to these aviation workforce challenges, including outcomes of existing programmes.

For more information, please contact Amanda Thomas – General Manager, Strategy and Policy.
Phone: 02 6163 7226
Email: amanda.thomas@tlisc.org.au

Submissions should be made by email to research@tlisc.org.au by COB Friday 13 November 2015.


PUBLISHED IN Aviation > Latest News ON September 15, 2015

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