Cross Sector Supply Chain Skills Project

December 5, 2018

 

The Cross Sector Supply Chain Skills Project has been commissioned by the Australian Industry Skills Committee (AISC) to develop a series of skill sets and units of competency for supply chain skills common to a range of industry sectors in Australia.  Through improving access to a bank of contemporary standardized supply chain skills units, industry efficiency and productivity can be enhanced.  The Project Reference Group has overseen development of 13 new units of competency covering:

 

·        Establishing blockchain in a supply chain

·        Enabling traceability in a supply chain

·        Compliance in supply chains

·        Managing outsourced supply chain operations

·        Monitoring ethical supply chain practices

·        Supply chains supporting mass-customisation

·        Customer focused supply chains

·        Monitoring digital supply chain services

·        Building digital supply chain capability in the workforce

·        Leading digital supply chain implementation

·        Employing supply chain risk management practices

·        Stock control and receivables

·        Manage stock and inventory systems.

 

Australian Industry Standards has developed a project specific website (https://supplychainskills.org.au) which is being used to gather comment on the draft units from interested parties.

 

 

 

 

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