This page contains information for training/service providers (registered training organisations, Group Training Organisations and Australian Apprenticeships Centres).
Information for registered training organisations (RTOs)
Includes information for RTOs about: registration and compliance; issuing certificates (including the use of the Skills Tasmania Identity); funding/subsidies for training; and professional development opportunities, such as the VET workers Professional Development program.
Information for Group Training Organisations (GTOs)
Includes information for GTOs about group training and registering as a GTO in Tasmania (standards and compliance).
Information for Australian Apprenticeships Centres (AACs)
Includes information on preparing training contracts in Tasmania, as well as additional resources for AACs and their staff, and details on who to contact in Skills Tasmania for further advice
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TrainingNet – access individuals’ apprentice/trainee contract information
TrainingNet is a web-based system provided by Skills Tasmania to allow the exchange of information between Skills Tasmania, AACs, GTOs, RTOs and schools. The information is restricted to training contracts of apprentices, trainees and their employers.
Includes information regarding the implementation of training packages; sets of nationally endorsed standards and qualifications used to recognise and assess the skills and knowledge people need to perform effectively in the workplace.
Vocational education and training (VET) can be flexible and provided through a range of options, apprenticeships and traineeships being only one part.
E-learning is learning facilitated and supported through the use of information and communications technology, using computers or mobile devices. It can cover a spectrum of activities from supported learning, to blended learning, to learning that is entirely online. Skills Tasmania’s E-learning unit can advise anyone interested in exploring this option.