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.
IRCs AND INDUSTRY ENGAGEMENT

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

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CURRENT PROJECTS AND FEEDBACK FORUM

Find out what is happening with our training packages – development taking place, consultation timelines and have a say via our Feedback Forum.

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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

Ambulance Training Package Products: Draft 1 Consultation Open

SkillsIQ, under the direction of the Ambulance and Paramedic IRC, will be seeking feedback on Draft 1 HLT Training Package Products, including updates to 7 existing Qualifications and associated Units of Competency.

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Beauty Services Training Package Development
Beauty: Draft 1 Consultation

SkillsIQ, under the direction of the Personal Services IRC and the Skin Rejuvenation and Cosmetic Tattooing Technical Advisory Committees, has sought feedback on Draft 1 SHB Beauty Training Package Products, including updates to 5 existing qualifications and associated Units of Competency. In addition, two new qualifications have been developed in the areas of Cosmetic Tattooing and Skin Therapy.

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Our Training Packages

SkillsIQ supports 19 Industry Reference Committees that are responsible for the maintenance of a total of 10 Training Packages. For further detail regarding these Training Packages

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