NSW ITABs (Industry Training Advisory Bodies) is the umbrella organisation for 11 individual ITABS. They are:

NSW Community Services and Health ITAB (CS&H)
Apprenticeship Engagement Forum (AEF)
NSW Agrifood ITAB
Manufacturing Skills Australia (MSA)
Australian Industry Standards (AIS) NSW ITAB
Transport & Logistics & Automotive
NSW Utilities & Electrotechnology ITAB
Resources and Infrastructure NSW ITAB
Arts Communications Finance Industries and Property Services ITAB (ACFIPS)

NSW ITABs encourages traineeships and apprenticeships, promotes VET and supports the implementation of training packages. Each ITAB covers one or more specific industry sectors.

NSW ITABs supports the flow of useful advice, intelligent ideas, creative thinking and clear communication between industry and government.

NSW ITABs believes in blue sky thinking.

What's happening now...

Add teaching skills to your dance skills

There is currently a large skills shortage of professional dancers with the broad skills base required to teach across a wide age range from young students to older learners. To help solve the problem a Certificate III in Assistant Dance Teaching has just been added to the NSW Smart and Skilled list. The Cert III will provide you with the practical skills development necessary to teach across a wide range of abilities, cultures and socio-economic communities. Check out the possibilities at http://ow.ly/kpbs30hbYP3

I want to talk to you today about Information and Cultural Services

A school-based Certificate II in I&CS has just been added to the NSW Smart and Skilled list. This is particularly good news for students in regional NSW. A school-based traineeship in I&CS will give you a career path into diverse jobs in creative businesses and local government. It can underpin a traineeship pathway to a Cert III traineeship in IT, Technical Theatre Production, Libraries Assistant, Venue Management, Tourism Officer, Arts Administration and Business Services. Your future depends on gathering nuts while you may, so check it out now at http://ow.ly/HRiw30hbIkY

Take action before the mean reds destroy your calm

Book yourself in for a Workplace Resilience — Managing Stress and Wellness course specifically designed for the Entertainment and Events sector. The course will teach you how to adapt to changing circumstances at work and how to bounce back from challenges and stress. You’ll learn ways to identify signs and sources of stress within your job role and strategies to help you recover from stressful situations. The course will run on 5 & 12 March, 2018 at TAFE NSW, St Leonards and again on 19 & 26 March, 2018 at The Arts Exchange in Dawes Point. For more information and to register email Catherine.chong@tafensw.edu.au
Course outcomes include: develop and implement personal stress management strategy; develop and implement stress management strategies and techniques within a team; and develop team and morale building strategies.
You’ll be given a Statement of Attainment in Workplace Resilience on completion of the course. The Units of Competency covered are BSBWHS410 (Contribute to work-related health and safety measures and initiatives) and BSBWOR403 (Manage stress in the workplace). The course was developed by TAFE NSW Northern Sydney in collaboration with the ACFIPS ITAB.