This page contains current policies and strategies, including National strategies, that guide the work of Skills Tasmania.
The draft Adult Learning Strategy 2019-22 promotes lifelong learning as a means to boost employment opportunities and support Tasmanians to stay connected with communities.
The draft strategy is now available for public comment until Thursday 1 August 2019.
Ministerial Priorities set out objectives and actions related to Tasmania’s skills development.
The Minister for Education and Training sets the Priorities for Training and Workforce Development as required under the Training and Workforce Development Act 2013. These priorities guide Skills Tasmania’s investment in workforce development and training activity and TasTAFE’s delivery of vocational education and training.
The Building and construction training policy is designed to ensure that expenditure on government-funded capital and maintenance works helps to maintain skills in the building and construction industry.
The Australian Government Department of Education and Training is the Australian Government agency that takes a lead role in developing a vocational education and training system that is nationally consistent and coherent, responsive to individual, industry and community needs and recognised as providing quality outcomes.
Agreement has been reached nationally on objectives for vocational education and training reform to ensure that industry has the skilled workforce and operating environment it needs to boost the nation's productivity and increase international competitiveness. The Australian Government, State and Territory governments, education and training providers and industry are working together to achieve reform.