Tuesday, 4 February 2020
11:00 am
 
 
These workshops give stakeholders an opportunity to discuss the draft skills standards with the Skills Impact team. Webinar sessions are planned for those unable to attend in person. During these workshops we will be presenting drafts of the documents to discuss whether the proposed changes meet the needs of industry and address required skills for food processing operators in the workplace, particularly around issues relating for traceability and allergens.
 
Follow the corresponding links to register for the events.
 
 
Face-to-face consultation workshops
Perth WA – Tue 4 Feb 2020, 11am – 2pm (AWST) – Register here
Adelaide SA – Wed 5 Feb 2020, 11am – 2pm (ACDT) – Register here
Brisbane QLD – Tue 11 Feb 2020, 10am – 1pm (AEST) – Register here
Melbourne (north) VIC – Thu 13 Feb 2020, 11am – 2pm (AEDT) – Register here
Dandenong VIC – Mon 17 Feb 2020, 11am – 2pm (AEDT) – Register here
Devonport TAS – Wed 26 Feb 2020, 11am – 2pm (AEDT) – Register here
Ballarat VIC – Fri 28 Feb 2020, 11am – 2pm (AEDT) – Register here
Griffith NSW – Thurs 19 March 2020, 10am – 1pm (AEDT) – Register here
Sydney (west) NSW – Fri 20 March, 10am – 1pm (AEDT) – Register here
 
 
Consultation webinars
Thu 6 Feb 2020, 1 – 3pm (AEDT) – Register here
Mon 24 Feb 2020, 1 – 3pm (AEDT) – Register here
 
 
About Skills Impact
Skills Impact is a not-for-profit, industry-owned organisation that works across Australia to benchmark learning and skills standards for industry. Through our work, learners and workplaces have access to nationally consistent skills standards and qualifications, supporting greater employment opportunities and industry competitiveness. We collaborate with industry, government and training providers, to review and develop vocational units of competency, skill sets and qualifications.