MSM Training Package Updates
The MSM – Manufacturing Training Package version 8.0 is now live on training.gov.au, following the major release completed by Innovation and Business Skills Australia. The latest MSM training package updates include adding four qualifications, updating one qualification, and deletion of two qualifications.
MSM version 8.0 also covers changes on units of competency – 29 units added, 35 units removed, 57 imported units added, one imported unit updated, and 60 imported units removed.
Read on for the overview of the latest MSM training package updates.
|MSM21122 – Certificate II in Recreational Vehicle Trade Pathways||Supersedes MSM21015 – Certificate II in Recreational Vehicle Service and Repair and MSM21115 – Certificate II in Recreational Vehicle Manufacturing|
|MSM31022 – Certificate III in Recreational Vehicle Service and Repair||Supersedes and is equivalent to MSM31015 – Certificate III in Recreational Vehicle Service and Repair|
|MSM31122 – Certificate III in Recreational Vehicle Manufacturing||Supersedes and is equivalent to MSM31115 – Certificate III in Recreational Vehicle Manufacturing|
|MSM41122 – Certificate IV in Recreational Vehicles||Supersedes MSM41015 – Certificate IV in Recreational Vehicles|
|MSM10116 – Certificate I in Process Manufacturing||Updated from release 2 to release 3|
|MSM31215 – Certificate III in Recreational Vehicle and Accessories Retailing||Deleted|
|MSM41115 – Certificate IV in Recreational Vehicle and Accessories Retailing||Deleted|
UNITS OF COMPETENCY
|MSMRV200 – Complete basic recreational vehicle manual assembly tasks||Added|
|MSMRV201 – Source and use recreational vehicle industry information||Supersedes MSMRVT201 – Apply technical knowledge of recreational vehicle manufacturing to work activities|
|MSMRV369 – Install recreational vehicle floors and floor coverings||Supersedes and is equivalent to MSMRV310 – Fit recreational vehicle floor|
|MSMRV370 – Build recreational vehicle furniture||Added|
|MSMRV371 – Install recreational vehicle furniture||Supersedes and is equivalent to MSMRV311 – Fit furniture in a recreational vehicle|
|MSMRV372 – Rough-in and fit-off recreational vehicle water systems||Supersedes and is equivalent to MSMRV312 – Fit water systems in a recreational vehicle|
|MSMRV373 – Rough-in and fit-off recreational vehicle extra-low-voltage electrical systems||Supersedes MSMRV313 – Fit 12 V cable systems in a recreational vehicle and MSMRV322 – Fit required external electrical components to a recreational vehicle|
|MSMRV374 – Assemble and install recreational vehicle slide-outs||Supersedes and is equivalent to MSMRV315 – Construct and fit slide out in a recreational vehicle|
|MSMRV375 – Complete installing recreational vehicle walls and roofs||Supersedes MSMRV314 – Construct and fit roof to a recreational vehicle, MSMRV318 – Fit cladding to a recreational vehicle, and MSMRV319 – Fit front and rear moulds to a recreational vehicle|
|MSMRV376 – Install recreational vehicle windows and doors||Supersedes and is equivalent to MSMRV320 – Fit windows and doors to a recreational vehicle|
|MSMRV377 – Install recreational vehicle external items||Supersedes and is equivalent to MSMRV321 – Fit required external items to a recreational vehicle|
|MSMRV378 – Complete recreational vehicle internal fit-outs||Supersedes and is equivalent to MSMRV323 – Fit required internal items to a recreational vehicle|
|MSMRV379 – Conduct recreational vehicle quality inspections||Supersedes and is equivalent to MSMRV324 – Conduct final quality inspection for a recreational vehicle|
|MSMRV380 – Build towable recreational vehicle chassis||Supersedes MSMRV325 – Fabricate a chassis and suspension for a recreational vehicle|
|MSMRV381 – Repair recreational vehicle walls and roofs||Supersedes MSMRV352 – Remove and replace a recreational vehicle sidewall cladding, MSMRV358 – Modify the body of a recreational vehicle, and MSMRV361 – Repair dry rot in a recreational vehicle|
|MSMRV382 – Repair recreational vehicle roof-lifting equipment||Supersedes and is equivalent to MSMRV356 – Remove and replace gas struts and roof lifting equipment on a recreational vehicle|
|MSMRV383 – Repair recreational vehicle windows, doors and external items||Supersedes MSMRV350 – Remove and replace a recreational vehicle roof, MSMRV357 – Remove and replace external components of a recreational vehicle, and MSMRV365 – Remove and refit body moulding|
|MSMRV384 – Repair recreational vehicle internal items||Supersedes MSMRV358 – Modify the body of a recreational vehicle and MSMRV359 – Install additional appliances in a recreational vehicle|
|MSMRV385 – Conduct routine, non-mechanical services of recreational vehicles||Supersedes MSMRV360 – Service camper wind up systems|
|MSMRV386 – Repair recreational vehicle extra-low-voltage electrical systems||Supersedes MSMRV362 – Install and repair battery systems in a recreational vehicle|
|MSMRV387 – Conduct recreational vehicle predelivery checks||Supersedes and is equivalent to MSMRV363 – Complete pre-delivery check of a recreational vehicle|
|MSMRV388 – Apply recreational vehicle transfers and decals||Supersedes and is equivalent to MSMRV366 – Fit transfers and decals to a recreational vehicle|
|MSMRV389 – Service and repair recreational vehicle chassis, suspensions and braking systems||Added|
|MSMRV390 – Service and repair recreational vehicle LPG systems||Supersedes and is equivalent to MSMRVS202 – Repair/service LPG systems in a recreational vehicle|
|MSMRV391 – Diagnose recreational vehicle electrical faults||Added|
|MSMRV391 – Diagnose recreational vehicle electrical faults||Added|
|MSMRV392 – Tow recreational vehicles||Supersedes and is equivalent to MSMRVG201 – Tow a recreational vehicle safely|
|MSMRV400 – Hand over recreational vehicles to customers||Supersedes and is equivalent to MSMRV364 – Hand over a recreational vehicle to a customer|
|MSMRV401 – Specify complex installations in recreational vehicles||Added|
|MSMRV402 – Assess, quote and organise recreational vehicle repairs and services||Added|
|MSMTMINS401 – Inspect a range of weighing instruments||Deleted|
|MSMTMINS402 – Inspect liquid measuring instruments using volume measures||Deleted|
|MSMTMINS403 – Inspect a range of trading practices||Deleted|
|MSMTMINS404 – Inspect a range of pre-packaged products||Deleted|
|MSMTMINS501 – Inspect a range of complex measuring instruments||Deleted|
What RTOs Need to Do About the Latest MSM Training Package Updates?
To keep up with the latest MSM training package updates, RTOs must update their training programs. Ensure that your team is equipped with the most recent techniques and knowledge to provide the best training experience. Here’s a list of actions your RTO should take:
- If the training package update does not align with your current program, apply for a scope of registration.
- Revise your current training resources to reflect the changes in the training updates.
- Stay ahead of the curve by incorporating the latest training updates and acquiring relevant resources from developers.
- Ensure that students are able to complete their courses before the transition period ends, and if not, transfer them to the updated program before the deadline.
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