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Automotive Industry Retail, Service and Repair Training Package AUR05 Lorraine Smith, Project Manager. Automotive Training Australia Limited (ATA), the national automotive industry training body, has been contracted by the Department of Education, Employment and
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the national automotive industry training
body, has been contracted by the
Department of Education, Employment and
Workplace Relations (DEEWR) to undertake
the development, maintenance and
continuous improvement of the automotive
training packages through to 31st January
packages, ATA has developed a continuous
improvement process including a “Design
Improvement Register” which is accessible via
the ATA website:
Standing Committees representative of stake
holders in both the industry and training
provider sectors have been established.
packages are maintained as both current and
future orientated. Therefore, it is essential
that interested parties continuously assess
the packages from a content and delivery
aspect. As part of the continuous improvement
process, ATA is also contracted to provide
DEEWR with informed advice as the leader of the
Changes to qualification Descriptors
Changes to Units of Competence
ATA has also been contracted to undertake
a Skills Set Identification and Development
Identifying and developing Skill Sets which:
Skill sets are defined as those single units or
combinations of units which link to a licence or
regulatory requirement, or defined industry need.
Skill sets are not a new qualification within the
national training framework, but they are a way of
publicly identifying on a Statement of Attainment,
logical groupings of units of competence which
meet an identified need or industry outcome.
of skill sets by developers of national training packages:
consultation process within individual
States and Territories to determine industry
feedback regarding the need and
recommendations for the inclusion of Skill
Sets within automotive industry training
This information will now be consolidated
and validated on a National basis.
ATA has commenced work on the inclusion of Skills for
Sustainability in all units of competence within automotive
Draft units will be available for industry validation early