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Issue #26 - October Edition
  • From the CEO
  • Training Package Updates
  • Latest Events
  • News
TLISC CEO Robert Adams
From the CEO

Each year, many months of planning, research and composition culminates in the production of the the Transport and Logistics Environmental Scan (E-Scan). 

I am pleased to announce the Department of Education and Training formally approved TLISC’s 2015 E-Scan earlier this month and we look forward to launching it at the TLISC Awards for Excellence on 9 April. I would like to thank our stakeholders for their input and to acknowledge the effort of the TLISC team responsible for pulling together an exceptional report.

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Aviation Training Package


This month you’ll read about the recent Avalon Airshow, find out what’s happening across the TLISC Aviation projects and committees, and find out more about the next AVI Aviation Training Package...

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Release 2.0 of the Maritime Training Package was endorsed on the 18 February 2015 and is now available on the website...

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Maritime Training Package
Rail Training Package


The Rail Steering Committee met on 18 – 19 February to continue their work transitioning the rail qualifications, units of competency and Skill Sets to the Standards for Training Packages...

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  Transport and Logistics  
  Road TransportLogistics and Warehousing  


The review of competency standards in the Road Transport sector is now in top gear, as TLISC continues to meet with key stakeholders to look more closely at a number of the ‘Drive’ qualifications...

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Transport and Logistics Training Package
  Road Transport, Warehousing, Logistics and Ports Advisory Committee meeting  
  25 / March / 2015  
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  TLISC Rail Infrastructure Steering Committee teleconference  
  16 / April / 2015  
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ISS Fellowships
  Recognising and celebrating women in the T&L industry

The concept of gender imbalance in the transport and logistics industry is not a new one.
Year after year, TLISC’s annual Environmental Scan has identified the issue as one of the biggest challenges facing the industry. Endorsing this research, two reports have recently been launched that explore ways to address the decline of women building a career in transport and logistics.

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  Logistics 3.0: The New Strategic Partnerships

The takeover offer of Japan Post on Toll Holdings and the announcement of an ‘Australian-first’ partnership between Woolworths and eBay have made headlines in the past few weeks. These strategic business deals are textbook examples of the major Logistics trends TLISC identified while researching this year’s Environmental- Scan, as well as in previous years.

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