TLISC seeks greater input


TLISC uses the lure of an iPad to lift the response to its Environmental Scan survey

By Rob McKay | November 2, 2010

The Transport and Logistics Industry Skills Council (TLISC) is using the lure of an iPad in the hope of lifting the response to its Environmental Scan survey.

While the Council has had a reasonable response so far, it believes a more comprehensive result will strengthen its hand when negotiating with government.

"Skills Council has released its annual environmental scan survey to help inform government of the changing skill and labour needs in the industry in the year ahead," Chief Executive Geoff Gwilym says.

"This publication is crucial for the industry to gain as much support from government in funded training programs and in raising the profile of the T&L industry.

"We have had a fair response from the survey this year but would like to attract a larger response rate to ensure the messages that are getting through to government accurately reflect the industry needs.

"The survey takes less than a few minutes to fill out given we have a tight target around a few core industry themes."

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