This area of the website has been developed to enable stakeholders to access Qualifications and Units of Competency that are under review as part of the Training Package Continuous Improvement Process.
Units for review are normally clustered around an entire qualification, a skills set or can be individual units. All draft, new or revised qualifications and units of competency, that are part of a review process, are posted on the ASA website for 21 days as a means of attracting industry and other key stakeholder feedback. This feedback is consolidated and used to inform any further improvements that may be applied to individual competency units or qualification structures.
AUR12 Version 1.1, AUR12 Version 2 and AUR (new standards) Version 1
FEEDBACK FOR THESE PROJECTS CLOSED ON THE 28TH OF JUNE 2013.
AUR12 Version 1.1 will be submitted to stakeholders as an ISC upgrade in August 2013 followed by AUR12 Version 2 and AUR (new standards) Version 1 being submitted to the NSSC in December 2013, the ISC upgrade is designed to incorporate new specialist skill sets for the Vehicle Body Repair sector of the industry and to amend some typographical errors in the training package. Version 2 is being undertaken to review and re-write, current training package qualifications in the Mechanical and Specialisation/Mechanical Heavy Vehicle, Outdoor Power Equipment and Marine sectors of the industry to incorporate current industry practice. AUR (new standards) Version 1 is being undertaken to write a new qualification (Certificate III in Tyre Management) with several new units that have been written to the new standard for training packages.
AUM VERSION 1
FEEDBACK FOR THIS PROJECT CLOSED ON THE 28TH OF JUNE 2013.
AUM Version 1 will be submitted to the NSSC in December 2013, the project is designed to review and re-write, the current training package to incorporate the new streamlined model for all the training package components. The project will include, but will not be limited to:
- Reviewing the draft unit and assessment requirement structures
- Engaging with industry to align the unit and assessment requirements content with the current occupational roles in the training package
- Ensuring that any regulatory arrangements that impact on the qualifications or units are factored in
- Developing new units of competency where existing units do not exist.