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EHA : Yearkbook 2009
www.governmentskills.com.au Government Skills Australia (GSA) is the national Industry Skills Council for Government and Community Safety and represents the Vocational Education and Training (VET) and workforce interests of Local Government. GSA is pleased that Environmental Health Australia's National President Dr Jim Smith has accepted an invitation to be Chair of the Steering Committee to oversee a continuous improvement project for the Local Government Training Package in 2009. Planned improvements to the Training Package include: Incorporation of the Diploma of Local Government » (Environmental Health and Building Assessment) which is currently an accredited short course in NSW; Revision of regulatory services qualifcations at the » Certifcate III, IV and Diploma levels; Identifcation of units of competency relevant to » elected council members in the key areas of fnance and budgets; legislative frameworks; planning including land use planning; and governance. Skilling for a sustainable future Current initiatives that GSA and EHA are focused on include: Recognition of the role of Environmental Health » Technicians and provision of a career path within the Local Government Training Package; Discussions relating to articulation between the » VET sector and the higher education sector for the environmental health industry; and Promoting work experience and on-the-job training » within the local government sector.
Annual Review and Yearbook 2008
EHA Yearbook 2010