The following reports have been commissioned by TLISC in response to an analysis of emerging workforce trends by the Skills Council.
The future of skills in the Australian ports industry: a case study of four selected ports.
TLISC has released a new research report looking at Australia’s investment in new port infrastructure and the effects of the chronic shortage of skilled maritime workers to run it safely, productively and at capacity.
The study was undertaken by Dr Victor Gekara from RMIT University using three
methods: a literature review; an expert panel convened as a Delphi group; and a series of qualitative interviews, site visits and informal data-gathering with key stakeholders in the case study ports (Dampier, Botany, Adelaide and Gladstone).
Click here to download the report.
Developing Management and Leadership Capacity: A Strategic Scan.
TLISC commissioned Dr Cameron Gordon, Associate Professor of Economics at the University of Canberra, to provide a research paper on management and leadership capacity with a particular focus on the transport and logistics (T&L) industry.
Australian Transport and Logistics Industry: Forecasts of Labour and Skill Requirements 2013-17.
TLISC commissioned Monash University’s Centre for Economics, Education and Training (CEET) to provide a forecast of the labour and skill requirements of the transport and logistics industry for 2013-17.