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CHIETA's credible mechanism for skills planning: Presentation to LMIP Roundtable

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Chemical Industries Education and Training Authority (CHIETA)

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Itzkin, Ayesha





This presentation highlights the following topics: why the new online skills planning platform is needed; conceptualising and developing the credible mechanism for online skills planning and reporting; online system supports compliance requirements; building a value-chain driven OFO coding based credible mechanism for skills planning; how CHIETA is creating the credible online system for skills planning; the building blocks for a credible mechanism for skills planning; how to source data for company verification; how CHIETA has progressed; how the business unit matrix relates to typical chemical sector organisation value chain; how the business unit is linked to the occupations training and development budget; areas covered by source data submission in the pre-skills audit project; pre-skills audit project inputs and outputs; the credible mechanism for skills planning key success indicator; additional benefits of CHIETA's electronic skills planning platform; online discretionary grant applications and management.

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