Coalition of Celebrant Associations

Australia’s Peak Celebrant Body

Review of Certificate IV in Celebrancy for celebrants for 2020/21 To: The Attorney-General’s Department and Marriage Celebrants Associations Meeting. From: The Celebrancy Industry Representative, Client Services Industry Reference Committee Date: 21 May 2019 For those who are not aware, in February 2017, I applied for and was appointed in October 2017 by the Australian Industry and Skills Committee1 to the position of Celebrancy Representative on the Client Services Industry Reference Committee (IRC) on the basis of my long experience as a celebrant, my experience in staff training in a previous life, my membership of a number of celebrant associations, my…
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
Strengthening Skills Expert Review of Australia’s Vocational Education and Training System The Honourable Steven Joyce Strengthening Skills © Commonwealth of Australia 2019 ISBN 978-1-925364-09-5 Strengthening Skills (print) ISBN 978-1-925364-10-1 Strengthening Skills (online)   Copyright Notice With the exception of the Commonwealth Coat of Arms, this work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International licence (CC BY 4.0) (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/). Third party copyright Wherever a third party holds copyright in this material, the copyright remains with that party. Their permission may be required to use the material. Please contact them directly.   Attribution This publication should be attributed as follows:…
Melinda Brown General Manager P +61 2 9392 8100 M +61 417 766 372 E This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. skillsiq.com.au Re: VET Consultation on Unduly Short Course Please find attached my feedback on this topic for your consideration. Kind regards Rona Rona Goold Client Services IRC. PO Box 3113 Robertson NSW 2577 Phone: 02 4885 2393 This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. Discussion questions for recommendation one Recommendation ASQA proposes that a definition of the ‘amount of training’ that focuses on supervised learning and assessment activities be included in the Standards for Registered Training Organisations (RTOs) 2015, the Standards for VET Accredited Courses 2012, the Standards for Training…
The Hon Steven Joyce, former New Zealand Minister for Tertiary Education, Skills and Employment, is currently undertaking a review into the Australian vocational education and training (VET) system on behalf of the Department of Prime Minister and Cabinet. You can make submissions in regard to this review through a public submissions process, which opened in mid-December will run through to 25th January 2019. A number of you have contacted us in regard to the short time frame and we have clarified with the Department that no extensions will be given to this deadline. For a quick view of the Terms of…
Celebrancy What comprises this sector? Celebrants can provide a range of ceremonies, celebrations, and related services for major life events, from birth to death. Ceremonies and celebrations that they provide can be categorised as related to love, life and loss love - betrothal or engagement, marriage, celebration of marriage, civil union, commitment, renewal of vows, wedding anniversaries life - christening, baby blessings, namings, coming of adolescence, coming of age, graduation, major birthdays, retirement, house warmings, coming of wisdom age, liferals, boat blessings, living wakes, community ceremonies for occasions such as citizenship affirmation, national or international days loss - funerals, memorials,…
 17 MAY 2018 Direct Client Care and Support Industry Skills Forecast Open for Feedback Guided by the 17 Industry Reference Committees (IRCs) we support, SkillsIQ is in the process of developing draft 2018 Industry Skills Forecasts. Each of these drafts is being made available for public consultation and comment on a staggered basis. See: https://www.skillsiq.com.au/CurrentProjectsandCaseStudies/2018IndustrySkillsForecastConsultationNational consultation is now open for the draft Direct Client Care and Support 2018 Industry Skills Forecast. Note: Celebrancy Training in the VET system comes under this category - Direct Client Care and Support Download: Draft Direct Client Care and Support 2018 Industry Skills Forecast. Give…
Draft Unit prepared for the Review of Celebrancy training in 2015. Not used. NUMBER TITLE COCA-CHCCEL008 Identify needs, setup and maintain resources for the Professional Celebrancy Practice Application This unit describes the skills and knowledge required to Identify needs, setup and maintain range of computer and/or IT based hardware and software resources for the professional celebrancy practice priorities   This unit applies to celebrants. The skills in this unit must be applied in accordance with Commonwealth and State/Territory legislation, Australian / New Zealand standards and industry codes of practice ELEMENT Elements define the essential outcomes PERFORMANCE CRITERIA Performance criteria describe…
Name:  Rona GooldJob Title and Company : Secretary, Coalition of Celebrant Associations (CoCA) Inc. State/Province : National Peak Body Email Address: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  To: Silvia Munoz (Senior Researcher and Project Manager) at SkillsIQ via This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. CoCA Comments on the Draft Case for Change: Consumer Engagement via Online & Social Media, including the proposed changes for modernising Training Package products involving: an in-depth review of 20 existing Units  the development of eight (8) new Units the development of four (4) new skill sets. Professional Independent celebrants - for marriage, funeral and other ceremonies / celebrations - operate as sole trader businesses and require computer and…
Note: The Client Services Industry Reference Committee (IRC), along with 16 other industry reference committee, is supported by SkillsIQ -  a not-for-profit, independent Skills Service Organisation supporting a range of Industry Reference Committees (IRCs) to undertake training product development that ensures skills meet future industry needs. e-Letter to  R Goold. Dear Ms GooldOn behalf of the Australian Industry and Skills Committee (AISC), I would like to congratulate you on your successful nomination for membership of the Client Services Industry Reference Committee (IRC).The AISC endorsed the structure and membership of the Client Services IRC on 19 October 2017. The approved structure and membership is…
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