“I believe that Training Packages are a national asset, envied by other countries and when used as a system to profile individuals and jobs without limiting only to qualifications, they are very flexible and they need to be future workforce focused”, Wendy Perry.
Using Training Packages on a daily basis across all sorts of different industries I can see how they mostly (depending on sector and skill area) fit current job roles.
In a very practical example, recently Workforce BluePrint identified at a very high level the capability requirements for Economic Priorities and Growth which are:
Advanced Technologies and Digital Productivity
Asian Century and Cultural Connections
Business and Employment Growth
Creativity and Innovation
Entrepreneurship, Small Business Development and Startups
Exporting and Operating in the Global Economy
Knowledge Management and Partnership Development
Infrastructure Development and Project Management
Research and Development
Sustainability and Heritage
When mapping these capabilities to national Training Packages and possible qualifications it became clear that aside from Training Packages being a national asset, there are gaps for non-employees in particular. Read More