Dear IRC Members,
Thank you for your time in reviewing the pre-consultation draft of the 2019 Industry Skills Forecast.
We are please to advise that the consultation draft went live this morning on the SkillsIQ website for public consultation until 5.00pm on Monday 20 May and will be circulated to the State and Territory Training Authorities for the mandatory two week review period.
Download: Draft Skills Forecast
Please circulate to and through your networks to encourage people to provide feedback and at the very least to register to support the draft using the individual feedback link that can be found here:https://www.skillsiq.com.au/cconsultation
This is the fourth national survey of celebrants and the second by the Coalition of Celebrant Associations (CoCA) Inc.
1400 celebrants responded to this 2019 Survey, providing valuable information for which CoCA thanks all those celebrants who participated.
This survey focused on:
• celebrants demographics, work and fees data
• celebrants professional support, and
• the Commonwealth Marriage Celebrants Programme
The information was collected and collated by using Survey Monkey. See raw data here
Independent celebrants are also invited to offer their interpretation of the survey data in the CoCA Feedback section.
OFFER by Arthur J Gallagher (previously OAMPS)
What do you get for $129 - Only $99 for CoCA Association Members.
- Public & Products Liability $20,000,000 each and every occurrence
- Professional Indemnity $3,000,000 each and every occurrence and $6,000,000 in the aggregate during the period of insurance
The Coalition of Celebrant Associations is an “association of associations”. As such CoCA does not have individual celebrants as members, rather associations are members. Then member associations are represented by the delegates they nominate. However member associations accept individual celebrants as members, and all CoCA Associations have and/ or accept members from all states and territories around Australia.
If you join a CoCA association then you are linked to CoCA as the peak body via your association.
Each association, whilst providing some common services, is unique so comparing is difficult – a bit like comparing apples and oranges.
The following summaries are to help you find this best fit for you.
Also read: Why join an association or three?