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About VET in Tasmania
What is VET, the benefits, myths and factsRead more Read more >
Apprenticeships and Traineeships
Everything you need to know about apprenticeships and traineeships in TasRead more Read more >
Starting a VET course
Here are the things you need to consider...Read more Read more >
I want to be an apprentice or trainee
Information for learners wanting to undertake an apprenticeship or traineeshipRead more Read more >
I am an apprentice or trainee
Information for existing apprentices and traineesRead more Read more >
Rapid Response Skills Initiative
Find out how to access immediate support for skills and re-training.Read more Read more >
Rapid Response and Redeployment
Support for employers looking for new staffRead more Read more >
Why choose VET to train your staff?
The benefits of using VET to train your staffRead more Read more >
I'm looking to train new or existing staff
Options for training your staff and information about funding programsRead more Read more >
What type of training is available through a VET course?
How to find course information and a training providerRead more Read more >
Employing an apprentice or trainee
Everything you need to know about employing an apprentice or traineeRead more Read more >
Registered Training Organisations (RTOs)
Information for RTOs delivering or wanting to deliver vocational education and training in TasmaniaRead more Read more >
Group Training Organisations (GTOs)
Information for GTOs that employ or wish to employ apprentices and trainees in TasmaniaRead more Read more >
Apprenticeship Network Providers (ANPs)
Information for ANPs operating in TasmaniaRead more Read more >
Training and workforce development in Tasmania
An overview of training and workforce development in Tasmania including the role of Skills Tasmania and priority industry areasRead more Read more >
The Tasmanian workforce
Statistical information about the Tasmanian workforce including industry information and workforce plans and reportsRead more Read more >
The Tasmanian VET System
An overview of relevant VET legislation, the key players and their rolesRead more Read more >
About Skills Tasmania
Contact details, what we do and services we provideRead more Read more >
Event and award programs
Tasmanian Training Awards, Australian Training Awards, WorldSkills Australia Program, Employer of ChoiceRead more Read more >
Current Skills Tasmania projects.Read more Read more >
Great stories about VET training in Tasmania
Delicious food an inspiration for Harry
Harry is passionate about providing people with new and exciting experiences that encourage them to expand their personal preferences when it comes to food.
Career shifts pays dividends for Tassie builder
Three years into his dream job as a graduate architect Richard realised his real passion was in the building and application of the plans, as opposed to drawing them.
Passion for agriculture a shining light for Tasmania
In November 2020, Caitlin Radford from Moriarty in Tasmania’s North West was delighted to be recognised as Australia’s Apprentice of the Year.
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Tasmania, an inspiring place to learn
For electrotechnology apprentice Marek Porter, from the state’s north west, the choice to move from joinery to electrotechnology at age 36 has proved to be inspirational.
Passion for design a boon for school student
Since she was a little girl, Bronte has had a passion for design and production and during high school started to develop her career through graphic design and production classes.
Tasmania's the Right Track VET campaign
In November 2020, Skills Tasmania released the statewide campaign The Right Track to promote vocational education and training (VET). The campaign puts the spotlight on VET and what it can do for Tasmanian learners, businesses and industry.
Skills Tasmania general enquiries:
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