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.

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


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


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Current Projects and Case Studies

Cross Sector Coordination across health and community services

The disability and aged care industries are undergoing significant reform, with policy changes allowing people to control their own funding. These reforms however will be felt broadly across the health and community services sectors. The shift to choice and control means that a more coordinated, person-led service delivery is needed to achieve better individual outcomes, safely and with dignity. SkillsIQ is facilitating a series of workshops to better understand, identify and evaluate cross-sector needs and roles and skills used by the health and community services sectors.

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LGA04 Local Government Training Package – inform the Case for Change

The Local Government Industry Reference Committee has identified an overwhelming need to thoroughly review and update the LGA04 Local Government Training Package. SkillsIQ is undertaking national surveys to capture broad stakeholder perspectives on the need for training package review. Feedback received from the surveys will inform the development of a Case for Change to be put to the Australian Industry and Skills Committee (AISC) about a proposed review of the training package.

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