Dawkins spoke to attendees about how JSA is using real-world analysis and testing and a suite of products and analytical tools to create a roadmap for the future of skills. Dawkins shared JSA’s conceptual plan of work and shared details about the top occupations in demand and the skills pressures each category faces respectively. The Q&A was moderated by ACCI chief executive, Andrew McKellar.

Thank you to Board member, Geoff Gwilym, CEO, Victorian Automotive Chamber of Commerce, and ACCI members the Hon. Dr Peter Hendy, CEO, Independent Higher Education Australia and Troy Williams, CEO, Independent Tertiary Education Council Australia for their questions. Thanks must also go to ACCI President, Nola Watson and Peter Daly, CEO of Master Plumbers’​ and Mechanical Services Association of Australia and Chair of ACCI’s Employment & Skills Committee, for moving the Vote of Thanks.

The recording of the day’s session can be made available to members and participants.