National Jobs and Skills Council launches in Hobart: 'Tasmania pivotal to nation's skills challenge'
Industry Skills Australia (ISA), the newly created Jobs and Skills Council for Australia’s transport and logistics industries has officially launched in Hobart today.
ISA will be seeking to gather the perspectives of Tasmanian industry to inform the National Workforce Development Plans, which will be released in March 2024.
Owned and led by industry, ISA’s scope covers transport and logistics (road, rail, aviation and maritime), omnichannel logistics, and space transport industries. Its role is to bring together employers, unions, educators, and industry leaders to identify the skills needed by industry and to develop trainingsolutions to meet those needs.
Industry Skills Australia appointed as the Jobs and Skills Council for Australia’s transport and logistics industry
The Minister for Skills and Training, the Hon Brendan O’Connor MP, has announced the appointment of Industry Skills Australia (ISA) as the Jobs and Skills Council for Australia's transport and logistics (Road, Rail, Aviation and Maritime), Omnichannel Logistics and Space Transport industries.