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Monday 2 Mar, 15

Innovation & Business Skills Australia (IBSA) is seeking responses to a survey to better understand current and future demand for ICT workers. As a professional working in the industry your knowledge, expertise and practical experience will assist to identify job roles and skills needed now and in the near future.

The survey will take 10 minutes to complete and will be open till late March 2015: IBSA ICT Implementation Strategy Survey 2015

Wednesday 18 Feb, 15

Please note that an expiry date has been added to the "search" function on this website. Cablers are now able to check the date that their registration expires.

A renewal form has also been added to this website. Click here to download the form.This form can be used if a cabler has not received their personalised renewal form and their details are still showing on the website.

Friday 2 May, 14

rateyourtraining.com.au – Q & A

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What is Rate Your Training? 

Rate Your Training is a website that helps employers make an informed decision about training that suits their business needs. Employers can rate their experience with a registered training organisation (RTO) in a particular area of study, and view and compare the opinions of other employers.

Thursday 7 Mar, 13

On the 14th of February 2013, Comms Alliance published the Revised Australian Standard for Customer Cabling Installation. Here is an excerpt from their press release:

New rules for communications cabling in customer premises are part of a revised Australian Standard for telecommunications wiring published by Communications Alliance.

Friday 3 Aug, 12

In July 2012, the Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA) implemented changes to the competency requirements for registered cablers. But what do these changes mean for cablers? 

The ACMA’s Cabling Provider Rules (CPRs) regulate the performance of cabling work in customer premises. Under the CPRs, cabling providers must be registered by ACMA-appointed registrars. To be registered, you must meet certain competencies that the ACMA has set. These competencies form the basis for training programs developed by Industry Skills Councils (ISCs).