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June 2001

Support and advice about training packages in Queensland

WHATS ON!
Equity in Practice Conference
Success stories, best practice examples and practical advice will be presented at the third annual Australian National Training Authority Equity in Practice conference. The conference will be held in Melbourne on 23 and 24 July 2001 at Union House, University of Melbourne. The focus will be on the practical strategies suggested in the Australian National Training Authority blueprints for implementation of Partners in a Learning Culture for Indigenous Australians and Bridging Pathways for people with disabilities. Strategies that are already working in the vocational education and training sector will be explored. In addition, conference participants will develop strategies to make equity a reality and work to discover practical ways to implement these strategies. The conference is aimed at staff from registered training organisations, group training organisations and state training authorities. For more information, or to register for the conference, visit www.anta.gov.au/events or email Cathy James at equityinfo@anta.gov.au or telephone 07 3246 2443.

Conference sessions will cover a range of topics including:     recognition of prior learning the Australian Recognition Framework unpacking training packages using available resources such as toolboxes.

For more information about the conference, as it becomes available, visit www.spotlight.sa.edu.au or telephone Dianne Halligan, Department of Employment and Training on 07 3247 5202 or email dianne.halligan@det.qld.gov.au

Register for the NET*Working 2001 Conference!
Training stakeholders can now register for the NET*Working 2001 conference. The conference will be held in Brisbane from 15 to 17 October and will inform and inspire vocational education and training professionals to embrace flexible learning practices. It will focus on the benefits of online learning strategies and technology that will enhance teaching and learning. To register or find out more about NET*Working 2001, visit the conference website at http://flexiblelearning.net.au/nw2001 or telephone 07 3234 1852.

Spotlight on the Provider – A Focus on the Regions
An Australian National Training Authority regional conference, Spotlight on the Provider will be held in Townsville on 25 and 26 September 2001 at the Townsville Entertainment and Convention Centre. The conference, which focuses on assessment, will feature a range of keynote speakers and trade exhibits.

BUSINESS MATTERS
National Consistency: Priorities and Progress
For some time, stakeholders have expressed frustration at a lack of consistency in the implementation of the National Training Framework: inconsistent laws, procedures that lacked transparency and not enough reliable information. These concerns were identified in the

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June 2000 Report on National Consistency presented to commonwealth, state and territory training ministers. 

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investigating how the electronic systems used by states and territories, and industry training advisory bodies, may be better linked to improve communication developing a web based tool that is accessible by all stakeholders to register development and implementation issues.

Priorities
State and territory training ministers met in November 2000 and adopted a number of the recommendations in the report, with the following priorities:   implementing a revised Australian Recognition Framework with clearer, higher standards ensuring mutual recognition for registered training organisations and establishing a single level of registration making training packages available for use by registered training organisations as soon as published and placed on the National Training Information Service setting up a comprehensive national information service on User Choice arrangements introducing a new Apprenticeship/Traineeship Training Contract and Code of Good Practice adopting client-centred business approaches to navigating and transacting vocational education and training.

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A comprehensive report is being prepared by the Australian National Training Authority on the outcomes of the meeting for consideration by relevant stakeholders and advisory bodies. In addition to the strategies listed above, which are being implemented, it will also include medium and long-term recommendations. The Department of Employment and Training is working with the Australian National Training Authority and other states and territories to improve the level of national consistency in the implementation of training packages. For more information about national consistency projects in Queensland, telephone Rod Green, Department of Employment and Training on 07 3247 5426 or email rod.green@det.qld.gov.au

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TRAINING PACKAGES IN REVIEW
Agriculture Training Package
The Agriculture Training Package is in review and the qualifications are undergoing restructuring as part of stage two of the review. Consultation will commence in June 2001. The proposed restructure of qualifications are as follows:       Certificate I, II, III and IV in Agriculture Certificate II, III and IV in Agriculture (Livestock Production) Certificate II, III, IV in Agriculture (Crop Production) Certificate II, III, and IV in Agriculture (Rural Services) Diploma of Agriculture Advanced Diploma of Agriculture.

Progress
The Australian National Training Authority has reported on the progress of these issues at a number of meetings in May and June 2001. Due consideration was given to the issues that contribute to delays in availability of training packages following their endorsement. The Australian National Training Authority has advised that a comprehensive review of training package development, recognition and implementation processes will occur. Key stakeholder groups met in May 2001 to discuss the review. It was decided that a number of strategies would be implemented in the short term to assist in achieving national consistency, including:   clarifying the purpose, use and ownership of national implementation guides modifying publishing arrangements to improve the quality and speed of availability of products

If you would like to participate in the review of this training package, telephone David Moore, Queensland Rural Industry Training Council on 07 3844 7284. Alternatively, telephone Ron North,

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Department of Employment and Training on 07 3237 0650 or email ron.north@det.qld.gov.au

JUNE 2001
mining industry competencies and a new National Code be used to indicate relevance to more than one sector of the mining industry. Units of competency may be imported from other training packages, including civil construction, transport, manufactured mineral products and business services. All competency standards will be revised to make them easier to use. The changes include:    writing in plain English making explicit the language, literacy and numeracy requirements linking the components within the competencies to avoid repetition and make assessment requirements clearer.

Review of the Plastics, Rubber and Cablemaking Training Package
The final meeting of the National Steering Committee for the review of the Plastics, Rubber and Cablemaking Training Package was held in Melbourne on 23 April 2001. Members of the committee considered the extended validation process agreed to at the previous meeting, and the concerns put forward by Queensland and Victorian industry training advisory bodies. The committee endorsed the draft training package and the proposed changes, subject to Queensland submitting additional draft competencies for inclusion within the training package. The final updated draft documentation will be submitted to the Australian National Training Authority for evaluation and consideration by state training authorities prior to submission to the National Training Quality Council for endorsement. For further information, telephone Morrie Bellaver, Department of Employment and Training on 07 3237 0178 or email morrie.bellaver@det.qld.gov.au

One recommendation is to change the name of the Black Coal Training Package to the Coal Training Package. The name change is being proposed so that the package will cover all sectors of the industry, including the brown coal sector which is located primarily in Victoria and South Australia. Overall, the changes proposed are incremental improvements on what is seen by industry as a good product. To avoid confusion and to assist in the transition to the revised training package, detailed explanatory and mapping documents will be produced as part of stage two and made available prior to any changes coming into effect. Stage two of the reviews is due to commence in the second half of 2001. It is anticipated that the revised training packages will be ready for re-endorsement in 2002. For more information about these training packages, telephone Rod Brownsey, Department of Employment and Training on 07 3238 3180 or email rod.brownsey@det.qld.gov.au

Mining Industry Training Packages
Stage one of the reviews of the Extractive Industries and Black Coal Training Packages is nearing completion. Draft reports have been available since early March 2001 and final input has been sought from state training authorities. Each report includes recommendations, many of which are common to both industries. The stage one review found that the implementation of both training packages was still at an early stage. Although some large companies are using the training packages, most enterprises (particularly small and medium companies) are not. Awareness of the existence of the training packages was reasonably high amongst mining personnel, but low amongst contractors and suppliers. A number of competencies were identified that were common to more than one sector of the mining industry. It is proposed that in stage two of the review these competencies be developed as cross-

Beauty and Floristry Training Packages
The review of the Floristry and Beauty Training Packages is due to commence soon. This review is part of the continuous improvement process designed to ensure the training packages continue to meet the needs of industry and to address any issues that have arisen during the implementation of a training package.

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Training package users should consider their experience in using the training packages and identify any issues or suggestions for improvement. If you would like to be consulted as part of the review process, or provide feedback, please email projects@natwraps.com.au, the National Wholesale, Retail and Personal Services Industry Training Advisory Body. Alternatively, contact Ron North, Department of Employment and Training on 07 3237 0650 or email ron.north@det.qld.gov.au 

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Guidance for people who are developing courses for accreditation that are not covered by a training package. This provides material to replace existing Accreditation Principles. It will outline the requirements for national accreditation of courses under the Australian Qualifications Framework.

Working with the new standards workshops to help you
The Department of Employment and Training will be holding workshops around Queensland from October 2001 to give registered training organisations a chance to work through the standards. For more information check www.training.qld.gov.au/regacc/index.htm?train ing or email Maryanne Longo at maryanne.longo@det.qld.gov.au

Help with Revised Standards
At the time of writing, the Australian National Training Authority Ministerial Council had not yet signed off the revised Australian Recognition Framework standards. To check if the standards have been endorsed, visit the What’s New section at www.training.qld.gov.au/regacc/index.htm?train ing As advised in the last issue of this newsletter, the revised standards will come into effect as soon as they are endorsed. The changes will be introduced progressively over the following 12 month period. To assist training organisations through the transition, the Australian National Training Authority is developing a range of products and tools including:  An Australian Recognition Framework transition guide for existing registered training organisations. This resource shows how the revised standards compare with the old standards. A self-assessment tool for registered training organisations. This tool assists training providers to identify what they will need to do to meet the revised standards as well as helps them to prepare for evaluation of their organisation. Guidance material (evidence guide) for each of the standards. This resource helps to identify the evidence which may be required to demonstrate compliance and to help the process of internal reviews. A registered training organisation companion guide. This document will provide information, templates and best practice examples.

Sharing the Queensland VET Experience with Thailand
A Thai delegation visited Australia to study the Australian technical and vocational education system from 9 to 16 May 2001. During the visit, the delegation sought information on a variety of issues, including:  development of an “industry driven” vocational education and training system where industry people focus on basic recruitment and management issues rather than curriculum design, assessment and general education principles management of vocational education and training and general secondary education motivating industry to contribute to the funding and training of workers reconciling teachers in Thailand with an industry driven system that may be seen to diminish their status.

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The experience that Queensland has gathered over the past decade in addressing these and other related issues places it in a position to market consultancy, delivery and related services to economies throughout the Asia Pacific region. There is growing interest in this region in industry driven training and vocational education.

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  a systems development team to develop guidelines and protocols to ensure consistency across sectors a system of technical advisory groups for the industry sectors.

MARKETING EDGE
Reframing the Future
As part of the Australian National Training Authority‟s Reframing the Future initiative, funding will be provided for work-based learning and staff development projects. The project funding is part of the first stage of revamped Reframing the Future program of activities for 2001. The deadline for funding applications was May 2001 and demand for funding proved to be strong. Details of the funded projects will be available on the Reframing the Future website reframingthefuture.net Details of the new activities to be piloted during 2001 will also be available from the website. Reframing the Future aims to foster a strategic approach to change management and staff development strategies in vocational education and training. For further information about the Reframing the Future initiative telephone 08 8207 9655 or visit framing.future@tafe.sa.edu.au

Stage two will commence upon finalisation of contractual arrangements between the Australian National Training Authority and Australian Light Manufacturing Industry Training Advisory Board. It will consist of validation and completion of the nine sectors of the draft training package and culminate with the presentation of the draft National Furnishing Industry Training Package to the National Training Quality Council for endorsement. The time frame for completion is late 2001. Stage three of the process will consist of the development and completion of the musical instrument manufacture and repair, piano tuning and coopering sectors. For further information about the development of this training package, telephone Morrie Bellaver, Department of Employment and Training on 07 3237 0178 or email morrie.bellaver@det.qld.gov.au

Conservation and Land Management Training Package
The development of this training package is almost complete. It is expected the draft of the new training package will be available in June 2001. To view a draft, visit www.projectnews.com (enter the password „clm‟). It is critical that trainers and industry personnel review the proposed units of competency, the qualifications and packaging rules to ensure that they meet their needs. To participate in the development of this training package, telephone Ron North, Department of Employment and Training on 07 3237 0650 or email ron.north@det.qld.gov.au

TRAINING PACKAGES UNDER DEVELOPMENT
Furnishing Industry Training Package
A three stage project commenced in February 2001 to finalise development of the National Furnishing Industry Training Package. This project commenced after agreement was reached between the Australian National Training Authority, the Australian Light Manufacturing Industry Training Advisory Board (the training package developer) and relevant state industry training advisory bodies. Stage one of the project, to develop and trial the project management framework methodology, was finalised and endorsed by the National Steering Committee on 2 May 2001. Major outcomes of this stage are the appointment of:  a national steering committee to oversight the process and endorse specific development recommendations

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NEWLY APPROVED TRAINEESHIPS AND APPRENTICESHIPS
Automotive Manufacturing Training Package
The bus, truck and trailer sector of the Automotive Manufacturing Industry Training Package is currently under consideration by the National Training Quality Council. The extension of the training package includes Certificate II and Certificate III qualifications in Automotive Manufacturing (Bus Truck & Trailer) and a Certificate IV in Automotive Manufacturing (Frontline Management). To facilitate implementation of the training package, Automotive Training Australia (Qld) will prepare a submission for declaration of a level II traineeship and level III apprenticeship in manufacturing. Subject to demand, the level IV frontline management qualification will be available for delivery on a fee-for-service basis. For further information, telephone Morrie Bellaver, Department of Employment and Training on 07 3237 0178 or email morrie.bellaver@det.qld.gov.au

Training and Equity Projects
Six Queensland training organisations have secured research funding to develop strategies to increase access, participation and completion of training for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students and students with a disability. The projects are funded as part of the 2000-2001 Australian National Training Authority Equity Development and Training Innovation incentives. They will assist in achieving the outcomes of national vocational education and training strategies contained in the reports, Bridging Pathways and Partners in a Learning Culture. The projects will involve three TAFE Institutes and involve work in regional areas such as Maryborough, Townsville and the Torres Strait Islands. Disability Projects The disability projects investigate how training can meet individual needs, the factors that affect ongoing participation, and research into support needs for people with disabilities. One project aims to improve pathways to training for people with psychiatric conditions by providing suitable training for teachers. Indigenous Projects The Indigenous projects investigate ways to make training relevant and culturally appropriate for Indigenous students by integrating culture into learning pathways. A project based in Cairns is using computer based learning to motivate and support remote Indigenous students. Outcomes from the projects will assist training providers and inform policy developers about ways to improve training participation for Indigenous students and people with disabilities. Final reports from the projects will be available in August 2001. For more information about the projects or to obtain a copy of the reports, telephone Janette Hull, Department of Employment and Training on 07 3247 5671, email janette.hull@det.qld.gov.au or visit www.training.qld.gov.au/accesseq/grants/index.h tm?training

Veterinary Nursing Training Package
A Certificate IV in Veterinary Nursing was recently approved as a traineeship by the Training Recognition Council. This qualification is part of the Veterinary Nursing Training Package. A person undertaking this traineeship will gain skills and knowledge to be able to supervise staff, make management decisions (eg carry out triage practices), identify and interpret vital signs and perform office administration tasks. Activities include carrying out nursing procedures for routine surgery, providing specific animal care and coordinating theatre routines. For more information about this traineeship, visit tsi.dtir.qld.gov.au/site/app/qtis/qtis.stm or telephone Ron North, Department of Employment and Training on 07 3237 0650 or email ron.north@det.qld.gov.au

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TITLE National Utilities – Gas Sector (UTG98) National Utilities – Electricity Supply – Generation Sector (UTP98) National Utilities – Transmission and Distribution Sector (UTT98) VERSION AND CREATION DATE Version 3 created 30.04.01

Recognition of Skills for Agriculture Industry
The Department of Employment and Training has funded the Queensland Rural Industry Training Council to develop recognition of skills processes for the agriculture and horticulture industries. The process included the development of recognition of skills resources. The resources will enable consistency in assessment to be maintained across the state. Approximately 800 farmers will have their skills recognised in the next few months. Queensland Rural Industry Training Council has engaged a number of registered training organisations to progress this recognition process. If you are a training provider interested in the recognition of skills process or if you have rural skills and wish to have them recognised, contact David Moore on 07 3844 7284. Alternatively telephone Ron North, Department of Employment and Training on 07 3237 0650 or email ron.north@det.qld.gov.au

Version 2 created 30.04.01

Version 2 created 30.04.01

The Australian Training Products Sector Area Catalogue was updated in March 2001 for the following areas: Sector Business Services Construction and Transport Cross Industry & Key Competencies General Manufacturing Heavy Engineering Human & Personal Services Management & Professional Development Rural Industries Service Industries Link www.atpl.net.au/pdfcat/BusS erv.pdf www.atpl.net.au/pdfcat/Con Tran.pdf www.atpl.net.au/pdfcat/Cros sKey.pdf www.atpl.net.au/pdfcat/Gen Manuf.pdf www.atpl.net.au/pdfcat/Hvy Eng.pdf www.atpl.net.au/pdfcat/Hum Serv.pdf www.atpl.net.au/pdfcat/Mgt Prof.pdf www.atpl.net.au/pdfcat/Rura lind.pdf www.atpl.net.au/pdfcat/Serv Ind.pdf

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New and Amended Mapping Guides
The following mapping guide has been amended: ICT97 Telecommunications (version 3 created April 2001)  Alteration of hours for selected units of competency.

The following mapping guide is now available: BCF00 Offsite Construction (version 1 created May 2001) Visit www.training.qld.gov.au/ctm/impguides.htm to download an updated version of the above mapping guides free of charge. The following resource guides have been amended:

For further information visit www.atpl.net.au or telephone 03 9655 0600.

Public Service Training Package Resources
The Centre for Training Materials, Department of Employment and Training, has for sale the following Public Service Training Package resources to support delivery of Certificate III in Government:

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     assessment tool for each unit self-assessment guide supervisor notes mentor guide one-day workshop: Course in Managing Public Sector Workplace Assessment Issues – Contextualisation

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Tourism Training Queensland has Relocated
Tourism Training Queensland has recently relocated to QHA House, Level 2, 160 Edward Street, Brisbane. Their contact details are as follows: Postal Address: GPO Box 1974, Brisbane Q 4001 Telephone: 07 3210 6340 Fax: 07 3210 6779 Email: info@ttq.org.au Website: www.ttq.org.au You may wish to note these changes and amend your records to reflect the new information.

This material is available on CD in print based format or on-line format to suit the delivery needs of your organisation. For print based resources visit www.training.qld.gov.au/ctm/psp99printbased.p df or visit www.training.qld.gov.au/ctm/psp99online.pdf f or on-line delivery. Alternatively, telephone Neil Coleman, Department of Employment and Training on 07 3237 0867 or email neil.coleman@det.qld.gov.au

New Learning Guides for the Agricultural Industry
Seventeen learning guides in rural merchandising and eight learning guides in horticulture have been developed. These merchandising guides cover topics such as dealing with customers, conducting market research and analysis and monitoring stock. Horticulture guides deal with units such as install and maintain and monitor hydroponic systems. Learning guides are available from Rural Training Council of Australia www.rsa.farmwide.com.au or on 1800 647 798.

Queensland Display Centre for Australian Training Products
The Centre for Training Materials, Department of Employment and Training, will become a display centre for Australian Training Products resources. Training stakeholders will be able to view a range of products at the Brisbane office of the department. It is anticipated that new toolboxes, Commonwealth Department of Employment, Training and Youth Affairs‟ products and VETASSESS materials will be on display. Training Packages @ Work will provide further information on available resources in the coming months. For more information about viewing resources, telephone Neil Coleman, Department of Employment and Training on 07 3237 0867 or email neil.coleman@det.qld.gov.au

Contact Us
For information on training packages in Queensland contact Training Products Support, Department of Employment and Training on 07 3247 5505 or www.training.qld.gov.au/vetinfo/trainpack/index. html?training If you have a question you would like answered in Training Packages @ Work, email it to daniela.conte@detir.qld.gov.au or telephone Daniela Conte on 07 3404 3983.

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Status of Training Packages in Queensland
Status correct as at 4.06.01

Training Package

Queensland Industry Training Advisory Body (ITAB) Christine Van Ohr 07 3357 7288 Geoff Baker 07 3244 1761 David Moore 07 3844 7284 Christine Van Ohr 07 3357 7288 Christine Van Ohr 07 3357 7288 Christine Van Ohr 07 3357 7288 Vic Guise 07 3368 4999 Vic Guise 07 3368 4999 Brett Parker 07 3249 3344 Phil Stewart 07 3852 3911 Geoff Baker 07 3244 1761 Craig Atfield 07 3846 8700 Christine Van Ohr 07 3357 7288 Sheree Coyle 07 3236 1990 Roger Cater/ Terry Sturman 07 3849 7878 Blue O’Shea 07 3846 8700 Sean Collins 07 3367 0833

Administration (BSA97)

Training Products Support Members Department of Employment and Training Bob Lamb 07 3237 0515 Bob Lamb 07 3237 0515 Ron North 07 3237 0650 Bob Lamb 07 3237 0515 Bob Lamb 07 3237 0515 Bob Lamb 07 3237 0515 Morrie Bellaver 07 3237 0178 Morrie Bellaver 07 3237 0178 Bob Lamb 07 3237 0515 Rod Brownsey 07 3238 3180 Morrie Bellaver 07 3237 0178 Rod Green 07 3247 5426 Bob Lamb 07 3237 0515 Morrie Bellaver 07 3237 0178 Morrie Bellaver 07 3237 0178 Rod Green 07 3247 5426 Tricia McPhie 07 3235 4144

Training Package Status

Aeroskills (MEA97) Agriculture (RUA98) Assessment & Workplace Training (BSZ98) Asset Maintenance (PRM98) Asset Security (PRS98) Automotive (Manufacturing) (AUM00) Automotive (Retail, Service & Repair) (AUR99) Beauty (WRB99) Black Coal (MNC98) Boating Industry

Endorsed / In Review – Stage 2 Will be incorporated into the Business Services Training Package Endorsed / In Review – Stage 2 Endorsed / In Review – Stage 2 commenced Endorsed / In Review – Stage 1 Endorsed/In Review Stage 1 Endorsed/In Review Stage 1 Endorsed Endorsed Endorsed Endorsed / In Review – Stage 1 Under Development * Expected endorsement Semester 2 2001 – anticipated implementation Semester 1 2002 Under Development Under Development * Expected endorsement June 2001 – anticipated implementation semester 2 2001 Endorsed Endorsed / In Review – Stage 1 Endorsed / In Review – Stage 1 completed Endorsed

Building and Construction – Services Business Services

Caravan (THC99) Chemical Hydrocarbons & Oil Refining (PMA98) Civil Construction (BCC98) Community Recreation (SRC01)

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Community Services (CHC99) Conservation and Land Management Wallis Westbrook 07 3234 0190 David Moore 07 3844 7284 Walter Joycey 07 3237 1904 Ron North 07 3237 0650

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Endorsed / In Review – Stage 1 Under Development * Expected endorsement December 2001 – anticipated implementation semester 1 2002 Endorsed / In Review – Stage 1 Completed Endorsed / In Review – Stage 1 Endorsed / In Review – Stage 1 Endorsed Endorsed / In Review – Stage 1 Endorsed (by National Training Quality Council) Endorsed / Insurance Standards added April 2001 Endorsed Endorsed Endorsed / In Review – Stage 1 Endorsed / In Review – Stage 1 Endorsed / In Review – Stage 1 Endorsed Under Development * Expected endorsement semester 2 2001 – anticipated implementation semester 1 2002 Under Development * Expected endorsement end 2001 – anticipated implementation semester 1 2002 Endorsed Endorsed / In Review – Stage 1 complete

Correctional Services (CSC98) Drilling (DRT98) Electrotechnology (UTE99) Entertainment (CUE98) Extractive (MNQ98) Film, TV, Radio and Multimedia Financial Services (FNB99) Fitness Industry (SRF01) Floristry (WRF99) Food (FDF98) Food (Retail Baking) (FDF98) Food (Wine) (FDF98) Forest and Forest Products (FPI99) Funeral Services

No ITAB Phil Lovell 07 3406 6416 Phil Stewart 07 3852 3911 Kev McCloskey 07 3252 0370 John Ryan 07 3254 1355 Phil Stewart 07 3852 3911 John Ryan 07 3254 1355 Christine Van Ohr 07 3357 7288 Sean Collins 07 3367 0833 David Moore 07 3844 7284 Gerry Ansell 07 3839 6966 Gerry Ansell 07 3839 6966 Gerry Ansell 07 3839 6966 Tamara Simon 07 3249 3370 Brett Parker 07 3249 3344

Bob Lamb 07 3237 0515 Rod Brownsey 07 3238 3180 Rod Brownsey 07 3238 3180 Bob Lamb 07 3237 0515 Rod Brownsey 07 3238 3180 Reg Little 07 3239 0917 Bob Lamb 07 3237 0515 Tricia McPhie 07 3235 4144 Ron North 07 3237 0650 Ron North 07 3237 0650 Ron North 07 3237 0650 Ron North 07 3237 0650 Walter Joycey 07 3237 1904 Morrie Bellaver 07 3237 0178

Furnishing

Randy Flierman 07 3630 0114

Morrie Bellaver 07 3237 0178

Gas (UTG98) General Construction (BCG98)

Kev McCloskey 07 3252 0370 Alan Waldron 07 3846 8700

Rod Brownsey 07 3238 3180 Rod Green 07 3247 5426

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Hairdressing (WRH00) Health Industry Brett Parker 07 3249 3344 Wallis Westbrook 07 3234 0190 Bob Lamb 07 3237 0515 Walter Joycey 07 3237 1904 Endorsed

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Horticulture (RUH98) Hospitality (THH97) Information Technology (ICA99) Laboratory Operations (PML99) Lifts (UTL98) Local Government (LGA00) Manufactured Mineral Products (PMC99) Maritime

David Moore 07 3844 7284 Sheree Coyle 07 3236 1990 Ashley Ward 07 3721 0100 Roger Cater/ Terry Sturman 3849 7878 Kev McCloskey 07 3252 0370 Mike Price 07 3000 2255 Roger Cater/ Terry Sturman 3849 7878 Norm Hollingsworth 07 3892 6655

Ron North 07 3237 0650 Morrie Bellaver 07 3237 0178 Reg Little 07 3239 0917 Morrie Bellaver 07 3237 0178 Rod Brownsey 07 3238 3180 Walter Joycey 07 3237 1904 Morrie Bellaver 07 3237 0178 Walter Joycey 07 3237 1904

Under Development *Expected endorsement semester 1 2002 – anticipated implementation semester 1 2002 Endorsed / In Review – Stage 2 commenced Endorsed / In Review – Stage 2 Endorsed Endorsed Endorsed/In Review Endorsed – Operational Works stream currently under development Endorsed Under Development *Expected endorsement semester 2 2001 – anticipated implementation semester 1 2002 Endorsed Endorsed/ In Review Stage 1 Endorsed Endorsed Endorsed Endorsed Endorsed / In Review - Stage 1 Under Development *Expected endorsement June 2001 – anticipated implementation semester 1 2002 Endorsed / In Review – Stage 2 complete Endorsed Endorsed / In Review – Stage

Meat (MTM00) Metal and Engineering (MEM98) Metalliferous (MNM99) Museum, Library and Information Services (CUL99) Music (CSU01) Off-Site Construction (BCF00) Outdoor Recreation (SRO99) Pharmacy

Gerry Ansell 07 3839 6966 Geoff Baker 07 3244 1761 Phil Stewart 07 3852 3911 John Ryan 07 3254 1355 John Ryan 07 3254 1355 Craig Atfield 07 3846 8700 Sean Collins 07 3367 0833 Brett Parker 07 3249 3344

Rod Brownsey 07 3238 3180 Bob Lamb 07 3237 0515 Rod Brownsey 07 3238 3180 Walter Joycey 07 3237 1904 Bob Lamb 07 3237 0515 Rod Green 07 3247 5426 Tricia McPhie 07 3235 4144 Ron North 07 3237 0650

Plastics, Rubber and Cablemaking (PMB98) Power Generation (UTP98) Power, Transmission &

Roger Cater/ Terry Sturman 3849 7878 Kev McCloskey 07 3252 0370 Kev McCloskey

Morrie Bellaver 07 3237 0178 Rod Brownsey 07 3238 3180 Rod Brownsey

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Distribution (UTT98) Printing and Graphic Arts (ICP99) Property Development and Management Public Safety (PUA00) Public Services (PSP99) Pulp and Paper (FPP98) Racing (RGR98) Retail (WRR97) Seafood (SFI00) Sport (SRS99) Sugar Milling (SUG01) Telecommunications (ICT97) Textile, Clothing, and Footwear (LMT00) Tourism (THT98) Transport and Distribution (TDT97) Veterinary Nursing (RUV98) Water (UTW98) Wholesale Industry 07 3252 0370 Bob Ward 07 3356 0381 Christine Van Ohr 07 3357 7288 No ITAB Peter Allen 07 3236 0477 No ITAB Janine Hancox 07 3224 5950 Tamara Simon 07 3249 3370 Sean Collins 07 3367 0833 Brett Parker 07 3249 3344 Murray West 07 3252 0136 Sean Collins 07 3367 0833 Gerry Ansell 07 3839 6966 Ashley Ward 07 3721 0100 Sam Nicolosi 07 3252 4867 Sheree Coyle 07 3236 1990 Norm Hollingsworth 07 3892 6655 David Moore 07 3844 7284 Kev McCloskey 07 3252 0370 Brett Parker 07 3249 3344 07 3238 3180 Walter Joycey 07 3237 1904 Bob Lamb 07 3237 0515 Ron North 07 3237 0650 Reg Little 07 3239 0917 Walter Joycey 07 3237 1904 Morrie Bellaver 07 3237 0178 Morrie Bellaver 07 3237 0178 Bob Lamb 07 3237 0515 Tricia McPhie 07 3235 4144 Ron North 07 3237 0650 Reg Little 07 3239 0917 Bob Lamb 07 3237 0515 Morrie Bellaver 07 3237 0178 Walter Joycey 07 3237 1904 Ron North 07 3237 0650 Rod Brownsey 07 3238 3180 Ron North 07 3237 0650

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1 Endorsed / In Review – Stage 1 Endorsed Endorsed Endorsed Endorsed / In Review – Stage 2 Endorsed / In Review – Stage 1 complete Endorsed / In Review – Stage 2 Endorsed * Anticipated implementation semester 2 2001 Endorsed / In Review Under Development Endorsed/ In Review- Stage 2 Endorsed Endorsed / In Review – Stage 2 Endorsed / In Review – Stage 2 Endorsed / In Review – Stage 1 complete Endorsed / In Review – Stage 2 Endorsed

* For the purposes of this document “semester 1” refers to February through to June, and “semester 2” refers to July through to November. PLEASE NOTE: The above status was correct at the time of publishing. Training stakeholders should be aware that the status of a training package might change due to unforeseeable circumstances. Therefore, this document should be used as a GUIDE ONLY.

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Have Your Say
Get Involved in Training Package Development and Review
There are various stages during the development of a training package where you can become involved. Under Development A training package is officially under development when the Australian National Training Authority (ANTA) has accepted a proposal establishing an industry need, and has entered a contract, generally with a national industry training advisory body (ITAB), for its commencement. Industry personnel, providers and other relevant stakeholders are widely consulted by the relevant industry training advisory body during this development phase. The subsequent validation process gives stakeholders the opportunity to provide input for improvement to the training package product before its submission to the National Training Quality Council (NTQC) and its progress towards endorsement. To become involved during this process, or to find out if a training package is being developed for your industry, please contact your relevant industry training advisory body and/or a Training Products Support member. Alternatively, visit www.detir.qld.gov.au/vetinfo/trainpack/index.html?training Endorsed The term endorsed means that the training package is approved by the National Training Quality Council. Following this endorsement, 14 days are allowed in which Commonwealth, State and Territory Ministers formally agree to its suitability for national use. After this time, the training package is placed on the National Training Information Service (NTIS) website www.ntis.gov.au A printed copy of the training package is usually available for purchase from Australian Training Products or the relevant national industry training advisory body four weeks after Ministerial agreement. Registered training organisations with a copy of the training package are then able to deliver training on a fee for service basis. Arrangements for public funding of packages are determined and notified separately. If you require further clarification please contact a Training Products Support representative. In Review Under the current process, all training packages follow a three-year cycle from their initial endorsement. The review of a training package will normally commence 18 months after this initial endorsement. This cycle will vary depending upon the changes that are needed in order to meet individual industry needs. The review is conducted in two stages: Stage I: Feedback about the training package is collected from stakeholders over a period of six months. The feedback sought includes: the training package‟s suitability in meeting the needs of industry; and any issues and/or problems associated with its implementation. Input at this stage is encouraged and should be made through your relevant industry training advisory body, which acts on behalf of the national developer, and/or by contacting a Training Products Support member. Stage 2: Changes and additions to the training package are made by the developer from Stage I findings, generally in the next six-month period.

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Further limited consultation and validation may occur during this stage, before the reviewed package is submitted to the National Training Quality Council for evaluation and re-endorsement. For more information on training packages, contact the department‟s Training Products Support unit on (07) 3247 5505 or your relevant Industry Training Advisory Body (ITAB).

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