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 and statements of attainment; 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 Apprenticeship Network Providers (ANPs)
Includes information on preparing training contracts in Tasmania, as well as additional resources for ANPs and their staff, and details on who to contact in Skills Tasmania for further advice
eVET – apprenticeship and traineeship training contract portal
eVET is Skills Tasmania's online portal for Apprenticeship Network Providers, registered training organisations, Group Training Organisations and schools.
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.
Rapid Response Skills Initiative
The Rapid Response Skills Initiative assists people who have lost their jobs because of retrenchment, closures or company downsizing to upskill and reskill to gain employment. The Tasmanian Government is providing financial support for training to people who have lost their jobs because they have been made redundant, the place they worked has closed or had to let staff go. Information on this page is aimed at retrenched workers and career advisors.
2018 Tasmanian Vocational Education and Training (VET) Student Survey
The 2018 Tasmanian VET Student Survey aims to collect information on the reasons why students undertake training and whether the training helps these students achieve their goals. Also, for students who did not complete their training, the survey collects information on the reasons why they did not complete.