VET Information and Media

  • AAT Information Service - Overview & Benefits

    This information describes the Australian Apprenticeships and Traineeships Information Service and the benefits it can provide organisations involved in implementing and supporting apprenticeships and traineeships. 

  • AAT Info Service - Full Information Kit

    This detailed description of the Australian Apprenticeships and Traineeships Information Service includes text and links organisations can use to populate 'Useful Links' areas of their websites. 

    The document is in MS Word to facilitate use of the information.

    Please contact the AAT Information Service on 1800 338 022 or contact@aatinfo.com.au if you require more information or resources.

  • Skills@Work Newsletter
    http://www.industry.gov.au/Skills/ResourcesAndPublications/Pages/default.aspx

    The Skills@Work newsletter is published monthly and provides specific information and resources for vocational education and training (VET) practitioners.

    Skills@Work has more than 17 000 subscribers nationally. To subscribe, please email skillsatwork@industry.gov.au.

  • Vocational Education and Training (VET) Reform
    http://www.vetreform.industry.gov.au/

    The Australian Government is overhauling the skills and training system, with a package of reforms that elevate trades and vocational education to the centre of Australia’s economy and puts the focus squarely on ensuring Australian workers are highly skilled and job-ready.

    The VET Reform Taskforce has been established to develop and progress agreed reforms. Read the news to keep across the latest announcements.

  • DOE - Leading Indicator of Employment
    http://employment.gov.au/department-employment-s-leading-indicator-employment-latest-release

    Click through to view the Department of Employment’s "Leading Indicator of Employment" which is released monthly.

  • Vocational Education and Training - Glossary
    http://www.voced.edu.au/glossary-vet

    The language of vocational education and training (VET) is complex and particularly prone to jargon and acronyms. This VOCEDplus glossary aims to provide a single reference source for definitions of terms, acronyms and organisations in Australian vocational education and training literature.