In an increasingly digital and technology-driven world, it is critical that both industry and learners have access to modern and contemporary training products. In a rapidly changing environment, speed to market in training products is fundamental.
The Digital Transformation Project Hub addresses this in two ways.
Speed to Market
Firstly, it’s about exploring ways to get accredited training products into training packages with speed. Accredited courses and training packages are nationally recognised. However, these are developed according to different processes and systems. Currently, there is no process that allows the movement of accredited courses into training packages with pace and with certain outcomes.
This project aims to develop and test a mechanism that will achieve this within 90 days.
AUSMESA is working with existing system participants, including Industry Reference Committees (IRCs), the Australian Industry and Skills Committee (AISC), Skills Service Organisations (SSOs) and the Department of Employment and Workplace Relations to achieve this within current system processes.
Identification of Training
Secondly, it’s about identifying digital and technology related training needs and prioritising these needs. This aligns with AUSMESA’s speed to market objective, and aims to identify skill needs much earlier in the technology adoption curve.
This will allow for appropriate training products to be developed to meet these needs earlier than is currently possible.
Who is involved in the project?
Industry partners include:
AUSMESA is also actively engaging with:
We are also engaging with those organisations involved in the research community, Mining, Equipment, Technology and Services (METS) value chain, and early adopters, to test concepts and approaches.
Why is AUSMESA doing this?
Speed to market in training products, and the early identification and subsequent prioritisation of skill needs, are becoming increasingly important in an environment of rapid digital and technological change.
What has happened so far?
How do I find out more?
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