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

The Department of Education and Training The department has progressed to stage 2 of the evaluation process for the EOI to operate as a Skills Service Organisation. More information can be found here.

This month TLISC were pleased to host delegates from Indonesia, India, Malaysia and Sri Lanka as part of a project looking at Transnational Skills in Ports involved in the Indian Ocean Rim. TLISC is managing this project for the Department of Education and Training. The project will support the skill development needs of occupations in port operations between IORA member states to meet local industry skill needs and support industry, trade and skilled labour mobility across the Indian Ocean Rim.  More information about the project and the workshop can be found later in this newsletter.

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TLISC CEO Robert Adams
 
 
TRAINING PACKAGE UPDATE

The TLISC team is moving ever closer to finalising the transition of all of our Training Packages to the new standards.

The Aviation Training Package, AVI Release 2.0 was submitted for endorsement on Thursday, 5 November. This submission contains the fully revised qualifications for pilots, the Diploma of Aviation (Commercial Pilot Licence - Aeroplane), Diploma of Aviation (Commercial Pilot Licence - Helicopter) and the Diploma of Aviation (Instrument Rating).

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EVENTS
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  AusRAIL PLUS 2015  
  24-26 / November / 2015  
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  ALC Diversity & Inclusion Summit  
  25 / November / 2015  
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  Australian Training Awards  
  19 / November / 2015  
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  IORA TRANSNATIONAL SKILLS DEVELOPMENT
 

The Department of Education and Training have engaged TLISC to undertake a project with a number of Indian Ocean Rim Association (IORA) countries to address the skills needs and develop occupational standards within the port industry in the region. A delegation of VET and Port Industry representatives from India, Indonesia, Malaysia and Sri Lanka and Australia were involved in a workshop in Canberra and Sydney between 16 and 19 November 2015.

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  NORTH AMERICAN TRAVELS FOR TLISC FELLOWS
 

Last year TLISC partnered with the International Specialised Skills Institute (ISSI) to award two Fellowships aimed at promoting the acquisition of higher-level skills and an appreciation of international best practice in the transport and logistics industry. Fellowship recipients Paul Kahlert and Jarrod Weaving both recently returned from their explorations to the USA and Canada respectively.

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  UPDATE ON THE UPTAKE OF TLISC QUALIFICATIONS
 

This edition of Chart of the Month provides an update on the uptake of TLISC qualifications, and on the gender distribution of commencing VET students.

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  WOMEN MOVING AUSTRALIA
 

Three states, three sectors – this month’s edition of Women Moving Australia covers a range of experience and credentials as we look at women who are moving Australia by air, land and sea.

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  ASCIANO’S UPLIFTING APPROACH TO GENDER DIVERSITY
 

Asciano are throwing their weight behind a program to tackle an age old challenge in the ports sector – gender diversity.

The Women in Logistics ‘WILpower’ Management Cadetship program is an accelerated development pathway for female cadets interested in pursuing an operational management career.

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