The ACT BSSS provides information about the certification of senior secondary school studies in government and non-government schools in the ACT, including the certification of vocational education and training delivered by schools.
The ACT Training Excellence Awards are the premier event in the ACT training calendar. They are the peak awards recognising and rewarding organisations, training providers, schools, colleges, apprentices and individuals for their outstanding commitment and contribution to the vocational education and training sector in the ACT. Information about the ACT Training Excellence Awards is available on the Chief Minister, Treasury and Economic Development Directorate website.
The AAT Info website is a single point of contact to coordinate information for Australian Apprenticeships Centres and registered training organisations on the range, availability and relevance of national training packages.
The Australian Apprenticeships Pathways website provides students, careers advisers, job seekers and employers with a broad range of Australian Apprenticeships information and resources including sample job and training descriptions, industry based job pathway charts and practice aptitude quizzes.
The Australian Apprenticeships website is an Australian Government resource that provides information about Australian Apprenticeships and the range of support available to Australian Apprentices.
The Australian Government Business website is an online resource for the Australian business community. The website provides access to a range of government information, forms and services needed by business, including information about identifying and developing skills.
Australian Jobsearch provides a free online jobs website. The website is designed to assist job seekers find employment and connect employers with quality staff.
The AQF website provides information about the national policy framework for regulated qualifications in the Australian education and training system, including the standards for Australian qualifications.
The ASQA website provides information about registration of training providers and accreditation of vocational education and training courses (accredited courses), including the Vocational Education and Training Quality Framework.
The Australian Training Awards are the peak, national awards for the vocational education and training sector. The Australian Training Awards website provides information about the annual event and past award winners and finalists.
The Chief Minister, Treasury and Economic Development Directorate website provides information about the full range of funded training initiatives available in the ACT as well as information for registered training organisations about the application for and administration of ACT Government funded training initiatives.
The Australian Government CRICOS website provides a list of all Australian providers offering courses to people studying in Australia on student visas and the courses offered.
The Department of Industry is the Australian Government portfolio with responsibility for skills, industry, energy, resources and science. The Department of Industry website provides information about the Australian Government’s new initiatives and reforms in the training sector.
The Australian Government Fair Work Ombudsman is the central point of contact for free advice and information on Australia's workplace relations system for employers and employees.
ISCs are funded by the Australian Government to bring together industry, educators and governments to establish a common industry-led agenda for skills and workforce development. The ISC website provides access to national bodies representing the major industry groups.
Job Guide is an Australian Government website which provides information about a range of occupations and their education and training pathways. It also provides useful information about how to work out what occupations suit you best, based on your interests and abilities.
Job Outlook is an Australian Government website providing careers and labour market research information to help you decide on your future career.
Job Services Australia is the Australian Government employment services system that supports job seekers and employers. The Job Services Australia website provides information about assistance available to job seekers and businesses.
Make Your Mark provides information and useful resources to people considering tertiary study, including vocational education and training or university pathways, to encourage participation in further education opportunities.
The myfuture website is an online career information service that assists with career planning, career pathways and work transitions. The website provides information and resources for people at all career/life stages. Myfuture is an initiative of the Australian and state and territory governments.
My Skills is an Australian Government website providing individuals, students, job seekers and employers with information about training courses and registered training organisations (RTOs). MySkills enables consumers to search for, and compare, training courses and training providers.
NCVER is responsible for collecting and managing national training and Australian Apprenticeship statistics, and managing national surveys of TAFE graduates, students, and employers' views of training. THE NCVER website provides access to NCVER research publications.
The Australian Government Study Assist website provides information for students about government assistance for financing tertiary study. In particular, the website provides information about VET FEE-HELP and student income support benefits such as Youth Allowance, Austudy and ABSTUDY.
The Study in Australia website provides a portal for international students wishing to study in Australia.
TGA is the national register of vocational education and training in Australia. TGA is the authoritative source of nationally recognised training (including training packages, qualifications, units of competency, accredited courses and skills sets) and registered training organisations with approved scope to deliver nationally recognised training.
The USI is a reference number made up of numbers and letters that allows students to view all of their training results for training completed with any registered training organisation after 1 January 2015. The USI website enables students to create their USI and login to their USI account to access their training records and results.
WorldSkills Australia is an organisation that conducts skill competitions in trade and skill areas. Competitions are held in areas such as bricklaying, garment production, commercial cookery, heavy vehicle mechanics, electrical installation and IT support. The WorldSkills website provides information about the local, national and international competitions.