BSB Draft Training Products

The Business Services Industry Reference Committee has identified an opportunity to improve the Business Services Training Package by addressing training product gaps for job roles and skills across industry sectors

In response, PwC’s Skills for Australia and the BSB IRC are leading two projects to ensure that BSB training products are fit for purpose and reflect industry’s needs: the Business Enterprise Skills and Technical Skills projects. These projects are addressing identified future skills and knowledge needs in the workforce.

PWC Skills for Australia have just released draft training products for the Business Enterprise Skills and Technical Skills projects in the Business Services (BSB) Training Package.

The changes made are reflective of the recommendations outlined in the BSB Recommendations Report, which was released in July 2019.

Review the draft training products and report your feedback by COB Friday 31 January 2020.

About the projects

Business Enterprise Skills Project

The Business Services Training Package contains units of competency and qualifications that support the development of transferable skills. These transferable (or ‘business enterprise’) skills underpin all roles in the Business Services sector, as well as roles across other industries.

In the future, having a strong base of these skills will be even more important, across a range of different roles and sectors, as people change jobs more frequently and technology continues to change the nature of work.

Technical Skills Project

This project aims to update qualifications and units of competency in discrete, ‘technical’ skill areas across the Business Services Training package to reflect current industry needs. These technical skill areas include:

  • Audit and Compliance
  • Conveyancing
  • Human Resources
  • Information Services
  • Legal Services
  • Marketing