Angela Hope from the Forecasting, Skills and Analysis Branch in the National Skills Commission will be discussing the new Australian Skills Classification.
The Australian Skills Classification systematically sets out the structure of, and relationships between, skills within occupations and across the labour market. As a pillar of the NSC’s Jobs and Education Data Infrastructure (JEDI) project, it represents an important step in the NSC’s broader work to develop an economy-wide skills analysis and apply this information to help improve the operation of the labour market and the vocational education and training system.
Angela is the Assistant Secretary for the Forecasting Skills and Analysis Branch, in the National Skills Commission. Angela started this role at the beginning of the COVID19 Pandemic. In response, the Branch developed the Jobs in Demand App on Jobs Hub and won Qlik's Health and Public Sector Digital Transformation Award for the Citizen-centred App Innovation.
The Branch recently launched the Australian Skills Classification, as new common language for skills, and the Nowcast of Employment by Occupation and Region (NERO) experimental dataset. Angela has driven major reform initiatives across government and is skilled in digital transformation, leading innovative data analytics projects, economic and social policy and project delivery.
Angela’s qualifications include a degree in business and commerce and master’s in public policy analysis. Outside of work Angela enjoys running with her border collie, swimming and riding.
Please consider event timing according to your state:
NSW, QLD, ACT, VIC, TAS: 4pm - 5pm
SA, NT: 3:30pm - 4:30pm
WA: 2pm - 3pm
New Zealand: 6pm - 7pm
CPD Points: 1 hour
CPD Competency: Labour Market Information
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