Department of Education, Skills and Employment

What’s changing in skills and training?

The Government is committed to strengthening the vocational education and training (VET) sector. 

Delivering Skills for today and tomorrow

The Skills Package lays the building blocks for reforms identified in the Expert review of Australia's vocational education and training system (Joyce Review), placing industry at the centre and raising the profile of VET as a career pathway of choice.

Delivering Skills for today and tomorrow

National Careers Institute

The National Careers Institute will provide leadership in the delivery of high quality, evidence-based career development to enable Australians to make informed decisions about their learning, training and work pathways. 

The first National Careers Ambassador, Scott Cam, is working with the National Careers Institute to make sure individuals and business can take advantage of the career pathways on offer. 

National Careers Institute 

National Skills Commission

The National Skills Commission will provide national leadership to the Vocational Education and Training (VET) system. 

The Commission will oversee the Australian Government’s investment in VET and drive long-term improvements to the VET sector. It will undertake research and analysis of future skills needs across industry to ensure government funding addresses national labour market priorities including those arising from developing technologies.

National Skills Commission

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