Cross sector supply chain SKILL SETS and units of competency are now available
The Supply Chain Skill Sets and Units of Competency have been developed to support the existing supply chain workforce to quickly upskill and adapt to widespread technological change. These new Skills Sets enable the workforce to operate to world class standards in a broad range of supply chain industry sectors and environments. The cross sector design and portable nature of these skills enables workers to move between industries, work in different parts of the supply chain or work in supply chain operations around the world.
A skilled and adaptable workforce has been identified as critical to the National Freight and Supply Chain Strategy. The strategy recognises the importance of having employees who can quickly adopt and deploy emerging technologies and practices.
- TLISS00199 Supply chain financial management
- TLISS00200 Supply chain stock control
- TLISS00201 Value chain analysis
- TLISS00189 Digital supply chain supervision
- TLISS00188 Digital supply chain operations
- TLISS00191 Establish digital supply chain
- TLISS00192 Global supply chain operations
- TLISS00190 Establish blockchain
- TLISS00197 Monitor supply chain operations
- TLISS00195 Manage supply chains
Units of Competency
- TLIX0004X Administer inventory systems
- TLIX0005X Administer market supply systems
- TLIX0007X Build digital supply chain capability in the workforce
- TLIX0009X Employ digital supply chain risk management practices
- TLIX0010X Enable traceability in supply chains
- TLIX0011X Establish blockchain in supply chains
- TLIX0012X Lead digital supply chain implementation
- TLIX0013X Maintain stock control and receivals
- TLIX0014X Manage customer focussed supply chain
- TLIX0015X Manage fundamental aspects of supply chains
- TLIX0016X Manage outsourced supply chain operations
- TLIX0017X Manage supply chain mass customisation
- TLIX0018X Monitor compliance in digital supply chains
- TLIX0019X Monitor digital supply chain services
- TLIX0020X Monitor ethical supply chain practices
- TLIX0021X Work with global supply chains
Companion volume implementation guide (CVIG) - packed with resources for practitioners
AIS working with industry has developed a resource rich Supply Chain Compendium as part of the Transport and Logistics Companion Volume Implementation Guide (CVIG). The Supply Chain Compendium has been developed to specifically assist assessors, trainers, RTOs and enterprises in delivering the new cross sector supply chain Units of Competency and Skill Sets.
Key features of the Supply Chain Compendium includes:
- Advice on the key features of the cross sector supply chain Units of Competency and Skill Sets
- Information on how to contextualise the cross sector Units of Competency
- Detailed and extensive lists of hyperlinked resources for each Unit of Competency and Skill Set
- Australian and international case studies of supply chains in action for each of the key skill areas
- ‘Knowledge platform’ resources including key reports and articles, supply chain blogs, videos and links to key organisations and social media channels.
The Supply Chain Compendium is housed in the TLI Transport and Logistics Training Package on www.training.gov.au.