Coalition of Celebrant Associations

Australia’s Peak Celebrant Body

2019 Industry Skills Forecasts - Public consultation now open

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:

SKILLSIQ Catherine Kelly


"Guided by the 19 Industry Reference Committees (IRCs) we support, SkillsIQ is in the process of developing draft 2019 Industry Skills Forecasts. These Forecasts provide:

  • An overview of the sector of focus, and the current challenges and opportunities it faces, along with an analysis of current and projected employment and workforce skills needs

  • Proposed workplans for 2019-20 and subsequent years, which will be put forward to the Australian Industry and Skills Committee (AISC) for consideration.

These workplans have been developed incorporating information sourced in a variety of ways, including meetings and consultation with stakeholders; desktop research; an industry workforce survey open to all stakeholders across all industries; and consultation with IRC members and their stakeholder networks.

Each draft Industry Skills Forecast is being made available for public consultation and comment on a staggered basis over the coming week. "

Please refer to the list below to access the draft Industry Skills Forecasts currently available. 

Client Services (closes 5.00pm Monday, 20 May 2019) - Celebrancy is found in this Industry Skills Forecast:  

To download a copy of the draft 2019 Client Services IRC Industry Skills Forecast, please click here.

To provide your feedback and/or additional information, please click here to access the online feedback form. 

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