INDUSTRY INTELLIGENCE

2015 Transport and Logistics Environmental Scan

A document produced by TLISC containing contemporary and projected advice on the condition of the Transport and Logistics sectors, workforce planning and development and their relationship to the national training system.


The future of skills in the Australian ports industry: a case study of four selected ports

2015 Transport and Logistics Environmental Scan


Forecasts of Labour Report

Executive summary: 2015 Transport and Logistics Environmental Scan


The future of skills in the Australian ports industry: a case study of four selected ports

Media release: 2015 Transport and Logistics Environmental Scan


The future of skills in the Australian ports industry: a case study of four selected ports

Sector snapshots


The future of skills in the Australian ports industry: a case study of four selected ports

Slide pack: 2015 Transport and Logistics Environmental Scan


The future of skills in the Australian ports industry: a case study of four selected ports

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What is an Environmental Scan (E-Scan)?

The E-Scan acts as an early warning system for the Transport and Logistics Industry, government and the national training system about potentially significant issues at a product, operational and systemic level.

The document, developed over a short but intense period, enables the Skills Council and its stakeholders to gain a strategic understanding of existing and emerging skill shortages, and provides the context and driving force behind the continuous improvement of training packages for the coming year.

Importantly, the E-Scan draws on TLISC’s ongoing engagement and conversations with industry, regulators and other key stakeholders across the country to ensure the information it uses is accurate and informed.

Published:
9 April 2015

From:
TLISC


Marianne Wehby
Marianne Wehby
Industry Intelligence & Engagement Manager