The Top 10 VET Sector websites and resources – you must know!

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There are numerous resources available on the internet that you can use to make your life easier. Google, Wikipedia, YouTube, and Amazon are just a few of the websites that receive a lot of traffic. These websites make it simple to browse the internet and offer all of the information you require right at your fingertips.

Here are some valuable websites that you can use to better understand and learn more about the Vocational Education and Training Sector.

ASQA

The Australian Skills Quality Authority (ASQA) is a government agency and a national VET regulator tasked with ensuring the quality of vocational education and training in Australia. It was established to ensure that VET is delivered to a high standard, in accordance with its regulatory framework and governance procedures.

The ASQA website serves as an ‘Educator Toolkit,’ providing educators with resources, advice, forms, fact sheets, frequently asked questions and other materials relating to vocational education and training (VET). ASQA is always upgrading its website, and in the last few days, it has included a plethora of new instructive and educational material.

It is a valuable source of information for learners, parents, career counsellors, educators, policymakers, and the industry.

VRQA

Victoria’s Registration and Qualifications Authority (VRQA) has the responsibility of enforcing regulations that assure the quality of education and training in the Victorian state, as well as promoting informed decision-making when it comes to vocational education and training.

TAC

Located in Perth, Western Australia, the Training Accreditation Council (TAC or the Council) is an independent, statutory agency responsible for the quality assurance and recognition of vocational education and training (VET) services in the state. The Vocational Education and Training Council was founded under the Vocational Education and Training Act 1996.

They have some really helpful materials including comprehensive user guides, fact sheets and frequently asked questions on their website https://www.tac.wa.gov.au/StandardsRTOs2015/Pages/default.aspx.

Training.gov.au (TGA)

Training.gov.au is a national register where industry stakeholders can find information related to the current, superseded and deleted training products.

Additionally, it allows users to subscribe to updates on training packages, qualifications, units, skill sets, and accredited courses (Nationally Recognised Training) and receive email notifications when that information is updated.

Training.gov.au, the national register, also maintains a complete list of RTOs and their contact detail, scope of registration etc

My Skills Website

My Skills is an Australian Government initiative that aims to provide training consumers with up-to-date, transparent, unbiased, and trustworthy information to assist them in making informed decisions about their training options.

My Skills, as the national directory of vocational education and training (VET) organisations and courses, aims to improve the quality and accessibility of information available to VET consumers by enabling them to search for and compare VET courses and training providers.

National Careers Institute

The National Careers Institute (NCI) is responsible for providing Australians with credible and accurate career information, resources, and support.

NCI’s aim is to be Australia’s primary independent source of career information for Australians of all ages and all stages of their professional career.

NCVER

Australia’s National Centre for Vocational Education Research (NCVER) is a non-profit organisation that promotes research into the vocational education and training sector in Australia and serves as a funding source for research into that area.

VOCED Plus

VOCEDplus is a free international research database for tertiary education, with a focus on workforce needs and requirements, skills development, and social inclusion. It is available to anyone anywhere in the world.

It comprises higher education, adult and community education, informal learning, and VET in schools. The database is global in scope, and it has approximately 80,000 English-language records, many of which have links to full-text documents.

The Department of Education, Skills and Employment

It is the mission of the Department of Education, Skills, and Employment to ensure that all Australians have access to the well-being and economic benefits that quality education, skills, and employment can offer.

AQF

The Australian Qualifications Framework (AQF) is the policy framework for regulated qualifications in the Australian education and training system. This framework was first introduced in 1995 to serve as the foundation for Australia’s national system of qualifications, which includes higher education, vocational education and training (VET), as well as schools. It is the policy that has been agreed upon by Commonwealth, State, and Territory ministers.


What websites do you know that have been really beneficial to you and would like us to consider including them in our future edition of helpful websites? Please contact us via email at info@caqa.com.au.

 

 

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