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We enable a stronger and more strategic voice for your industry.

Service and Creative Skills Australia (SaCSA) provide all industry stakeholders with the opportunity to share their insights and have a voice. We listen to all sectors of our industries – large and small, metro and regional/rural/remote.

There are several ways you can get involved and engage with us to ensure your organisation has a voice in shaping the future of the industry and driving positive change.

Technical Committees

Technical Committees are a group of individuals with knowledge and expertise in the training sector who are brought together to support projects related to our Training Package Product development.

Strategic Workforce Advisory Groups (SWAGs)

SaCSA is establishing five SWAGs across the relevant subsectors to provide advice in relation to product and workforce development projects.

  1. Arts
  2. Personal Services
  3. Retail
  4. Tourism
  5. Hospitality

 

Technical committees will also be established as required, for specific tasks with clear terms of reference and time periods to provide technical advice on product development and testing.

Industry Stakeholder Forums

Five industry forums will support the Board:

  1. Industry Leadership Forum of C-suite executives
  2. Education Forum for all providers who deliver training products within our remit
  3. State Industry Advisory Forum
  4. Regional and Small Business Forum to represent the voice of small businesses from metro, regional, rural and remote Australia
  5. Student / Customer / Patron Forum from our industry sectors to provide feedback about how training and skills development works for them

Stakeholder Engagement & Events

Collaboration is at the heart of everything we do. Connecting industry, unions and government, to create a stronger and more strategic education and training sector.

We host a wide range of forums, roundtable discussions, webinars, events and other stakeholder engagement activities to gain feedback and insights from the industry we partner with.

To find out what events are upcoming, head to our News & Events section.

Become a Collaborator

Join our community of SaCSA Collaborators, and stay up to date with our work in the Arts, Personal Services, Retail, Tourism and Hospitality sectors. 

Employer/Employee Member (Non-Voting)

An Employer/Employee Member (Non-Voting) must have industry specific expertise, and a demonstrated connection to the retail, personal services, hospitality, tourism or the arts sectors. This may include organisations or individuals that are not eligible to be an Employer Member (Voting) or Employee Member (Voting).

A Non-Voting Member means an organisation or person which meets the Member Eligibility Requirements in clause 3.5 and 3.6 of the Service and Creative Skills Australia constitution.

Employee Member (Voting)

An Employee Member (Voting) must have industry specific expertise, and a demonstrated connection to the retail, personal services, hospitality, tourism or the arts sectors. This may include:

  • An organisation (large, medium or small) or individual that represents employees, such as unions or employee organisations in the retail, personal services, hospitality, tourism or the arts sectors.

A Voting Member means an organisation which meets the Member Eligibility Requirements in clause 3.4 and 3.6 of the Service and Creative Skills Australia constitution.

Note: Employee Member (Voting) does not include: Government Agencies or Bodies, Registered Training Organisations, Group Training Organisations, Employment Services Providers or Australian Apprentice Services Network Providers.

Employer Member (Voting)

An Employer Member (Voting) must have industry specific expertise, and a demonstrated connection to the retail, personal services, hospitality, tourism or the arts sectors. This may include:

  • An organisation (large, medium or small) or individual that employs people in the retail, personal services, hospitality, tourism or the arts sectors.
  • A representative of employers, such as peak organisation or industry association, in the retail, personal services, hospitality, tourism or the arts sectors.

A Voting Member means an organisation which meets the Member Eligibility Requirements in clause 3.4 and 3.6 of the Service and Creative Skills Australia constitution.

Note: Employer Member (Voting) does not include: Government Agencies or Bodies, Registered Training Organisations, Group Training Organisations, Employment Services Providers or Australian Apprentice Services Network Providers.