2020 Corrections IRC Skills Forecast

The Industry Reference Committee (IRC) Skills Forecasts are produced annually to report on the industry outlook, new and emerging skills and associated training needs for each sector. They are a culmination of an extensive consultation and review process, led by each IRC.

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Corrections Industry Reference Committee

Industry Reference Committees (IRC) ensure the delivery of high-quality Training Packages that are nationally endorsed and internationally regarded through review, development and implementation of training package content.

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Corrections Industry

The Corrections industry plays a significant role in providing a safe and secure environment for Australian society. Roles are diverse including corrections officers, management, youth workers, dog handlers and case managers. This sector has a strong focus on training to support its workforce as roles evolve.

 

 

Corrections IRC Chair Amanda Swards:

“We have a really diverse workforce from the age of 20 to mid to late 60s. The industry is anticipating a growth in workforce demands over the next five years with a focus on communication and negotiation skills”

Corrections Industry Snapshot

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Industry Reference Committee

Industry Reference Committees ensure the delivery of high-quality Training Packages that are nationally endorsed and internationally regarded.

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IRC Skills Forecast

The Industry Reference Committee (IRC) Skills Forecasts are produced annually to report on the industry outlook, new and emerging skills and associated training needs for each sector.

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Training Package

Training Packages specify the skills and knowledge required to perform effectively in the workplace through units of competency.

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Current Projects

Projects review units of competency and skill sets in training packages

 

Corrections Industry Careers

A career in the Corrections Industry is not only personally rewarding but you will play a significant role in providing a safe and secure environment for Australian society.

 

The industry employs over 33,000 people across Australia covering prisons, juvenile and immigration detention, parole services, correctional administration, and management. Correctional services implement the correctional sanctions determined by the courts and releasing authorities such as parole boards.

 
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Karen Thomson

Industry Skills Specialist - Corrections and Police

 

 

Email: Karen.Thomson@aistnds.org.au

Phone: 03 9604 7215

 

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