Skills and Training

Skills and Training Programmes

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Our vocational education and training (VET) sector is training almost four million students annually, providing students with the opportunity to gain the skills they need to:

  • enter the workforce for the first time
  • re-enter the workforce
  • upgrade their skills for an existing job
  • retrain for a new job
  • gain new qualifications
  • get credit towards higher qualifications.

The formal qualifications awarded by Australia’s registered training organisations on completion of VET programs are nationally recognised and highly valued by industry, employers and governments.
 

About the skills sector

Vocational education is central to Australia's economic growth and business productivity. Australia needs a vocational education and training (VET) system that ensures qualifications are designed to provide the skills that employers and industry need now and in the years to come. A strong VET...

Australia-India Skills Mission

The 2017 Australia-India Skills Mission, Skilling a Global Economy will bring together representatives from business, industry and government. The aim of the visit is to strengthen collaboration between Australia and India, fostering new ways of working together to address skills and workforce...

Skilling Australians Fund projects

Of the six states and territories to sign the NPSAF before the 30 September 2018 deadline South Australia and the Northern Territory have committed to specific projects that will meet the needs of industry and increase the number of apprentices and trainees.