With over 500 occupations accessible through TAFE and training, take the time to fully explore your options. We’ll help you identify the right training for the job that suits you.
There are no training-related occupations that match your criteria. Try using fewer or different filters.
Select the filter you are interested in to only see occupations from that category. The filter categories include:
This is an indication of the level of demand for workers in a particular field in Victoria. If demand is high, there is a higher chance of employment after completing training. If demand is low, the likelihood of employment after training will be lower.
Employment forecast figures are sourced from Deloitte Access Economics Employment Forecasts.
These are groupings of occupations according to the industry they’re in. The industry categories shown are based on the Australian and New Zealand Standard Industrial Classification issued by the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS).
This filter shows occupations, in a particular region of Victoria, where the number of jobs is expected to grow over the next five years.
The information used to identify regional growth occupations is derived from Deloitte Access Economics Employment Forecasts.
The regions we use in the filter are based on ABS Statistical Area Level 4 (SA4) groupings:
The training times shown are based on the amount of time taken to complete a course associated with this occupation, it doesn’t take into account personal circumstances or barriers.
Training times can vary between providers. The range is indicative only. Training times are based on a variety of study modes (full time, part time, etc).
This data is sourced from the Australian Course Information Register. For more detailed information, contact the training provider.
Tick this box if you want to see roles that are currently, or are at risk of, experiencing a skills shortage in Victoria.
When an occupation has a skills shortage, it means the chances of getting a job after completing training could be higher.
The information used to identify occupations in demand is primarily sourced from Higher Education and Skills Group (HESG) in the Department of Education and Training (DET), the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) and Deloitte Access Economics Employment Forecasts.
Tick this box if you want to see occupations with an associated apprenticeship or traineeship in Victoria. An apprenticeship or traineeship is a training contract between an employer and an employee that lets the apprentice or trainee learn skills for a specific job or trade, often completed in conjunction with study at a TAFE or training provider.
Select the sort category you are interested in to order occupations by that category. The sort categories include:
This will sort occupations from highest average weekly wage to lowest.
The average weekly wage is the average amount earned, after tax, by people working in this occupation. Graduate salaries will typically be lower. Salaries tend to increase with the amount of time spent in a field. These figures are intended as a guide only, rather than a prediction of future earnings.
Data for employee earnings and hours has been taken from the ABS Survey of Employee Earnings and Hours (Cat. no. 6306.0, May 2014, unpublished data). It takes into account average weekly ordinary time earnings, average weekly ordinary time hours paid for, and average hourly ordinary time earnings.
This will filter results according to how many online job advertisements were placed for the occupation in Victoria in 2016. Sorting by this filter can help to indicate which occupations often have vacancies. The data for this is sourced from Burning Glass Technology.
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