Welcome to the NSW Community Services and Health Industry Training Advisory Body
The key training and assessment information resource hub for the community services and health industry sectors.
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Plan now to join us in 2018 for our Community Services and Health Assessor Network. First established in 2006, the network has continued to meet the needs of trainers and assessors by providing the opportunity for professional conversation addressing current VET and training packages requirements and the challenges to achieve best practice outcomes in training and assessing.
The Assessor Network will meet 4 times a year from 10am –12:30pm.
2018 dates are:
Tuesday 20 February
Thursday 3 May
Tuesday 7 August
Thursday 18 October
NSW Family Day Care Assn, Lv 1, 1 Sloane Street, Summer Hill
Industry Skills Forecasts Open for Feedback
|SkillsIQ is in the process of developing draft 2018 Industry Skills Forecasts guided by the 17 Industry Reference Committees (IRCs) .
Each of these drafts is being made available for public consultation and comment on a staggered basis.
National consultation is now open for the draft Community Sector and Development 2018 Industry Skills Forecast. Feedback closes Monday 21 May 2018.
A reminder that the Client Services Industry Skills Forecasts is also open for feedback until Friday 11 May 2018.
Please click here to access the draft documents and to register your feedback.
The Australian Industry and Skills Committee (AISC) recently launched an interactive, user-friendly search tool to help people find out when training package work is scheduled for their industry. Read more.
Australian Industry and Skills Committee (AISC) Chair, John Pollaers, is urging the aged care industry and consumers to get behind a newly-established Industry Reference Committee (IRC) and nominate for membership to help ensure the future high quality of aged care. Full media release here
Jolie Kaja, Winner, nominated by Coffs Coast Community College, Coffs Harbour NSW, studied Certificate III in Individual Support (Aged Care). Originally from the Congo, Jolie fled to a Zambian refugee camp for seven years before arriving in Australia.
Jolie is a single mother with four children who could speak Swahili, French and eight other African languages – but not English – when she first arrived. After earning a Certificate III in English, she decided that aged care was important after seeing the suffering of her people in Congo and Zambia.
She works at St Joseph’s Aged Care in Coffs Harbour as an Assistant in Nursing (AIN).
Minister for Education and Training Senator Simon Bimingham has announced the release of the Early Childhood Resource Hub to support early childhood education and care students. The Hub provides access to over 300 digital resources, videos, forums and e-bulletins, indexed to the National Quality Framework all in one easy place.
For further information and to access the Hub please visit www.ecrh.edu.au
What Works for LLN is funded under the Workplace English Language and Literacy (WELL) Program by the Australian Government Department of Education and Training. This online library includes videos for VET trainers, managers and workplace supervisors. The videos support the delivery of LLN units from the TAE training package and provide professional development opportunities for RTOs.
What Works for LLN… click here.
NSW CSH ITAB acknowledges the NSW Department of Industry contribution and values the ongoing partnership with Training Services NSW.