Posted January 16, 2018 10:23:00The new Australian government has announced a new system that will allow businesses to hire professional development managers to help them navigate the new regulations.
Key points:The Government has introduced a new set of regulations for professional development and it allows employers to hire the people to help manage their businessesThere will be a cap on the number of managers allowed to work in a given state and territoryIt is likely to be rolled out across the rest of the country by the end of the yearThe Australian Development Industry Association (ADIA) said the government had introduced a number of changes to the new rules, but some of the most controversial ones are related to professional development.
“It’s good that they’ve put some teeth into the regulations, but the major thing they’ve left out is that we don’t want to be hiring people who are not experienced,” ADIA’s director of industry, Michael Hodge, said.
“We don’t believe that’s what the Australian workforce is.”
What is a professional Development Manager?
The new system allows companies to hire a manager to manage their professional development, which will be paid for out of the money that the company makes from sales and marketing.
Mr Hodge said the system was expected to be roll out across Australia by the time it was rolled out, and there were no plans to make changes to existing rules.
“The ADIA will be advising the new government on all aspects of professional development,” he said.
“But we don`t want to see any change to existing legislation.”
Mr Hode said professional development was a very important part of the Australian job market, but he also said there were problems with the new system.
“If you’re in the industry and you’re not a qualified professional development manager, you may have a difficult time getting hired, because it’s all based on who you are, and you don’t really know the people that you’re hiring,” he told the ABC.
“So we need to make sure that we’re hiring people that are highly skilled and we want to make a point of that.”
For example, if you’re a full-time salesperson, that’s really difficult to get.
If you’re doing your part-time job, that is much easier.
“Why the system is importantThe new regulations are expected to come into effect from the end-of-year deadline of February 20.
They will be the first significant change to the rules since they were introduced in January 2018.
The new rules will come into force in January 2019.
The ADIAs Mr Hodge and Mr Hoey said that there were significant risks with the changes, including the potential for employers to be misled by the new requirements.”
I think the real issue that we are raising is that this system is going to be in place for a while and people are going to come up with their own way of looking at this,” Mr Hoke said.
He said the new regime could also cause confusion about who is an expert and who is not, which could make it harder for people to get work.”
You don’t know what qualifications they have, you don,t know if they’re qualified, what their skills are, what they’re not, and the list goes on,” he added.”
That’s a problem for everybody in the workplace.
“How the system worksIn addition to the number and type of managers, the new regulation also changes the way companies can hire a professional.
The standard definition of an expert manager will include a PhD in education, an A level or equivalent qualification, and up to five years of relevant experience in an industry.
However, there is a cap of four on the total number of people who can work in the state and Territory and it is not known how many managers will be able to work for an organisation.
Mr Gabb said the changes were an important step towards ensuring that companies were providing quality professional development to their staff.”
These regulations are a significant step forward in improving the way we deliver professional development for all Australians, and we look forward to seeing this in practice as soon as the new administration of the ACT Government is announced,” he wrote in a statement.