Industry Skills Accelerator

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About the Industry Skills Accelerator (ISA) 

The Industry Skills Accelerator (ISA) delivers short, targeted training courses called micro-credentials that allow workers to build the knowledge, skills, and experience employers need in just 40 hours.

ISA micro-credentials are industry-led, developed and delivered with leading industry partners and world-class education providers.

Built on the success of the NETM pilot, there is a range of micro-credentials available through the ISA. 

ISA micro-credentials offer excellent value, preparing workers and businesses for the jobs of tomorrow in key industries such as advanced manufacturing, aerospace, defence, pharmaceutical manufacturing, freight and logistics and agribusiness.

Industry - help upskill your workforce 

Have you noticed a skills gap in your business or industry? Do you struggle to find candidates who are ‘job ready’? Industry Skills Accelerator (Skills Accelerator) micro-credentials could be the answer.

Support your employees and prepare for the opportunities new technology brings, by having them skilled and ready to help your business grow.

There is a range of micro-credentials available that offer excellent value for employers. Additionally, bulk discounts may apply, so the more employees you enrol, the greater the value proposition to your organisation.

Enrolling your staff is simple, visit the micro-credential catalogue for full course details, dates, and fees. 

I'm interested in studying a micro-credential 

A micro-credential can help you take the next step in your career and prepare for the jobs of the future. In just 40 hours, you can strengthen your knowledge and learn new skills.

Micro-credential courses are affordable, industry-relevant, and built to fit around your life. Choose from a range of micro-credentials delivered by industry experts on topics such as manufacturing processes, robotics, intellectual property, pharmaceutical sciences and more.

Find out more about what micro-credentials are currently available to study