Published on December 18th 2017 in

Help improve the quality of training in Australia’s automotive sector

PwC’s Skills for Australia is working on an exciting project to help better prepare those interested to become vehicle body repair estimators and they are looking for industry feedback to contribute to their work.

Following months of consultation, Skills for Australia has developed draft training products aimed to address skills gaps in existing training for vehicle body repair estimators. Now members of the public have been invited to review these products and provide their feedback.

To contribute to this project, simply visit the Skills for Australia website and download the draft training products. Then email your comments to or arrange a time to speak with a member of the team.

Feedback on the draft training products in the scope of this project will be open until Thursday 21 December 2017. PwC’s Skills for Australia operates as a Skills Service Organisation, and is responsible for the vocational qualifications and training packages in the automotive industry.

Working with Industry Reference Committees made up of members with experience and expertise covering the entire Australian automotive industry, Skills for Australia’s role is to ensure that training packages reflect the needs of employers and students.

The Training Packages that cover the automotive sector include:
• AUR Automotive Retail, Service and Repair
• AUM Automotive Manufacturing

If you are interested in the work PwC’s Skills for Australia is doing, and would like to be kept up to date on new projects in your area of expertise, you can follow them on Linkedin or subscribe to their mailing list,

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