Mining / Oil and Gas Industry Reports

In this section, you will find reports from various state, national and international sources which deal with aspects of the RITC industries and also the VET system more generally.  These reports are drawn from a wide range of sources including industry,  other industry associations, consulting firms, Government agencies (including commissioned research) and also international peak bodies.

The size of our future prosperity will be determined partly by our ability to innovate and harness new technologies. This will require a skilled workforce whose skills can match, or are better than, our global competitors. So, what are the skills needed for a more interconnected, global world? The ‘No Frills’ 2018 discussion paper explores this que...

August 1, 2018

This case for endorsement has resulted from cross-sector consultation and training product development involving the Automotive Heavy Vehicle Industry Reference Committee (IRC), the Coal Mining IRC and the Metalliferous Mining IRC. 

The resulting 7 units in the Automotive Retail, Service and Repair (AUR) Training Package preserves the cross-sector...

November 1, 2017

INPEX, as operator of the Ichthys Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) Project, commissioned ACIL Allen Consulting to provide an economic impact assessment of the Project’s economic contribution to Australia, particularly Western Australia and the Northern Territory, from 2012 to 2050.

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Here you will find links to a range of career resources which contain information on RITC industries and also apprenticeships and traineeships.

SSO Skills Forecast

 

Mining, oil and gas - The Mining, Drilling and Civil Infrastructure Skills Forecast, plus Chemical, Hydrocarbons and Refining Industry Skills Forecast and Proposed Schedule of Work, links the sector trends

 

Workforce Priorities

 

Find out more information about the skilling priorities of the mining, oil and gas sectors in Western Australia.

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