New Skill Sets available for delivery under the AISC Critical Skills for Recovery process

04 Nov 2020

The Australian Industry and Skills Committee (AISC) Emergency Response Sub-Committee (sub-committee) announced in July 2020 the Critical Skills for Recovery process to support the rapid development of training products to support transition into new employment opportunities and enable small business to quickly gain the skills they need in the changing economic landscape.

The sub-committee has now endorsed five new skill sets. These are now available on training.gov.au and include:

These skill sets may be eligible for funding through the JobTrainer Fund. Please contact the relevant state training authority to determine arrangements in your state.

The sub-committee has also endorsed an ICT Interpretation Guide for Cyber Security and Cloud Computing to assist Registered Training Organisations to deliver five of the nine new skill sets endorsed by Skills Ministers on 14 July 2020:

  • ICTSS00099 Cloud Design and Configuration Skill Set
  • ICTSS00100 Cloud Implementation and Maintenance Skill Set
  • ICTSS00101 Cyber Incident Response Skill Set
  • ICTSS00102 Cyber Incident Threat Detection and Prevention Skill Set
  • ICTSS00103 Cyber Security Strategy and Governance Skill Set

The Guide provides guidance for creating course content and assessment plans and is now available on the AISC website.