Blog Categories: Training

AICSA responds to VET Student Loans Eligible Course List

In a letter sent to Senator the Hon Simon Birmingham Minister for Education and Training, AICSA has asked for re-consideration of the availability of Fee-Help to Creative Arts courses. The proposed Federal Government changes to fee paying courses include the scrapping of VET fees available to students undertaking Creative Arts courses. The scrapping of these Read more →

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Creative Futures Report RELEASED

AICSA and Service Skills SA are very pleased to be releasing the Creative Futures Report today. The report was produced by the Arts Industry Council of South Australia in conjunction with Service Skills SA, the Department of Further Education Employment Science and Technology, and Innovation Business Skills Australia. The Creative Futures Report draws on the Read more →

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St Pauls

AICSA attended an arts sector consultation on a proposed ‘hub’ for the arts yesterday. The consultation was led by David Paterson, Cornerstone Strategy at the request of the project co-sponsors Sandy Verschoor (Adelaide City Council), Alex Reid (Arts SA), and Georgina Vasilevski (DPTI) – and following on from the Capital City Committee’s Emerging Leaders Forum Read more →

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TAA Opportunity

The AICSA and AC Arts are once again working with the Industry Skills Development Directorate at DFEEST to offer members the opportunity to receive a significant discount off the cost of the Certificate IV in Training and Assessment (TAA). This is a highly valuable qualification – even more so when you consider there will be Read more →

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Occupational Health and Safety

Responsible Officer Training Obligations Under the Occupational Health, Safety and Welfare Act 1986, each body corporate carrying on a business in South Australia is required to appoint one or more responsible officers. Responsible officers are required to attend a course of training recognised or approved by the Advisory committee within 3 months of being appointed Read more →

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