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Future Freight Networks : Yearbook 2011
25 FUTURE FREIGHT NETWORKS 2011 Setting the Skills Standards for Industry Interested? Find out more, visit our website: tlisc.com.au Phone: (03) 9604 7200 The Transport & Logistics Industry Skills Council... • Develops national training standards for transport and logistics through industry consultation. • Reports to government on skill shortages and where government training support needs to be targeted. • Works with industry, regulators and training providers to ensure the best possible use of the national training system. • Undertakes analysis of industry and enterprise skill needs and assists in linking these needs to government and non-government funding. The Skills Council provides industry support and is involved in several key projects: • WELL Broker – assisting Transport and Logistics organisations apply for Workplace English Language and Literacy (WELL) support. • National Enterprise Based Productivity Places Program – helping companies obtain funding to assist with up-skilling existing workers and improving industry productivity through skills acquisition. • Workforce Planning and Development – providing a structured process of planning, strategy implementation and review which is linked to a company’s Business Plan. • Developing the annual industry Environmental Scan – a document designed to advise industry and government on projected skill needs within transport and logistics.