The Victorian Skills Gateway is a valuable resource to help people at all life stages and career stages. It is helpful for exploring vocational education and training options offered by TAFE and training providers, and for making informed career decisions.
It lists over 1,200 TAFE and training courses delivered by over 400 training providers. Getting a qualification at a TAFE or other training provider can lead to over 500 occupations.
All the information is from reliable, accurate and up-to-date sources. These include the Victorian Department of Education and Training, the Australian Bureau of Statistics, Deloitte Access Economics, and the Australian Course Information Register.
As a careers practitioner, the following tools and information can help you help others find the right TAFE and training course for them.
Occupation Explorer to find an occupation you're interested in. Then learn more about jobs, wages, employment prospects, training time, fees and relevant courses.
Use the course search for specific occupations, courses and training providers.
The course and provider descriptions can help you select training that suits your needs. Use the contact details to make an enquiry with a training provider.
Compare courses and training providers
Compare courses and training providers to see the differences between what different courses offer. Find training providers near you and compare what they deliver for the same course.
Get career advice
get career advice, including help with changing your career or what to do when you leave school.
Understand course types and qualifications
Learn more about
TAFE and training course types and qualifications, including nationally recognised qualifications, units of competency and entry requirements.
Get financial assistance for training
Learn more about TAFE and training fees and costs, and the types of
financial assistance available to students.
Tailored help and advice
Use the web chat on this website or call the
TAFE and Training Line for help and advice on TAFE and training.
Skills and Jobs Centres are also a helpful resource for career and course advice. They can arrange tours of a TAFE or a Skills and Jobs Centre for school students, and can link you to other programs, resources and organisations, such as
Skills First Reconnect.
Department of Education and Training
Career education section on the Victorian Department of Education and Training website has resources to help careers practitioners support their students to make informed career decisions and equip themselves for the world of work.
Career Education Association of Victoria (CEAV)
CEAV is a not-for-profit charity that supports career development as a lifelong process. They provide a range of services and products for careers education and training.
The CEAV is supported by the Victorian Department of Education and Training through the Strategic Partnership Program.
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