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Making the most of the Victorian Skills Gateway

The Victorian Skills Gateway is a one-stop guide to vocational training courses at Registered Training Organisations (RTOs) in Victoria.

Career Practioner helping students in the classroom 

Search the database

Students can search​ by occupation, specific courses and training providers. No matter where they start or how they search, where they live, or what they want to do, students will find lots of information to help their decision-making.

Get the detail

This site also features loads of related information to help students choose the right course – information about fees and financial support, job prospects and labour market demand data, areas of skills shortage, and advice on selecting an RTO. Specialised courses are marked with this symbol Specialised occupation in the search results.

Consider skills in demand

You’ll find information about occupations with likely growth under the Jobs and Careers section. As well as personal aspirations and interests, it’s a good idea to consider where the jobs of the future will be. You can use this site to learn about opportunities and to link to descriptions of those jobs. And you can watch and read the stories in our series of case studies. Skills in demand are marked with this symbol Occupation in demand in the search results.

Use in the classroom

The Victorian Skills Gateway is also easy to use in the classroom. There are downloadable lesson plans that support the Victorian Careers Curriculum Framework and links to other useful sites and services.

Helping workers in transition

The changing economy means that some people will need to move into new jobs through no fault of their own. The Victorian Skills Gateway has information for workers facing retrenchment that is easy to understand and links to state and federal services.

Visit the Helping workers in transition page to find out about services including the Workers in Transition program and Workforce Development Centres.

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