Skills IQ is a not-for-profit, independent organisation working to ensure that skills development and training products meet current and future needs in the people facing industries across Australia.
SkillsIQ is a national not-for-profit organisation supporting industry to develop standards to equip the people-facing workforce with the right skills for jobs now and in the future.
INDUSTRY ENGAGEMENT

Engaging with industry to support skills development for a supply of capable employees and more profitable business.

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TRAINING PACKAGES

Find out what is happening with our training packages – what development is taking place and timelines for consultation and endorsement.

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RESOURCES, RESEARCH AND SUBMISSIONS

A range of publications and useful links that provide insight, information and assistance to those in our industry sectors and the broader VET sector.

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NEWS AND EVENTS

Keep up to date with latest news & upcoming events, read our e-newsletter and hear from our CEO on current issues in our industry sectors.

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MARKETPLACE

Visit our marketplace to purchase resources, publications and other VET products.

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Current Projects and Case Studies

Developing retail talent in Merchandise Management, Online Retailing and Visual Merchandising – Industry Workshops
Developing retail talent in Merchandise Management, Online Retailing and Visual Merchandising – Industry Workshops

With the support of a significant number of key Australian Retailers, SkillsIQ is developing nationally recognised training package products to address industry identified skills needs for the functions of buying, planning, visual merchandising and online retailing. You have the opportunity to shape the future of retail talent development by attending industry forums that will bring together retail professionals to discuss skills challenges and needs.

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Improving Quality in Children’s Education and Care Training: Industry Perspectives

SkillsIQ recently completed consultation with the Children’s Education and Care sector to inform the development of a business case for change to the CHC Community Services Training Package. Thank you to those stakeholders who provided a response, a summary of the feedback is now available.

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