Invitation to contribute to new automotive training in Australia

PwC’s Skills for Australia and the Automotive IRCs are seeking input and feedback from industry experts on new vocational education and training for the Automotive Industry Retail, Service and Repair (AUR) Training Package.

Draft training products will be available for public review from 30 April 2021 to 31 May 2021. These include:

  • Accessory Fitting – 3 new units of competency, 1 new qualification and 3 existing units reviewed and updated to meet the skills gap in the job role of an automotive accessory fitter.
  • Battery Electric Vehicle – 2 new units of competency and 1 new qualification created to service the skills and knowledge gap of a battery electric vehicle technician.
  • Heavy Vehicle Telematics – 3 new units of competency created and 1 existing unit of competency updated to meet the skills and knowledge required to diagnose and repair a diverse range of telematics systems.

Documents available for review:

Who should provide feedback?

Employers, industry representatives, peak bodies, trainers or training providers, subject matter experts, recruiters, apprentices and anyone with an interest or expertise in the projects.

How can you provide feedback on the training products?

  1. Download the documents you would like to review;
  2. Review, read and add comments and/or directly edit draft training products using tracked changes;
  3. Submit edited training products to Avani Sharma (avani.sharma@pwc.com) via email. In the same email, please kindly provide the following information so your details can be recorded – Full name, organisation, role, state/territory and best contact number.

How can you get involved?

Email Avani Sharma (avani.sharma@pwc.com) to book in a virtual consultation session (1:1 or focus group) to take place from 30 April 2021 to 31 May 2021 (please provide at least three times that you are available in your email).

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