Learn skills with Vocational Education and Training

Vocational Education and Training (VET) gives you job-ready skills to get you working faster. If you are looking for tertiary education to improve your employability, check out the benefits of VET.

What does VET offer?


Whether you’re yet to start your career or are looking for your next step, Vocational Education and Training (VET) could be a great option for you. 

VET courses give you the practical skills you need to gain employment in some of Australia’s most in-demand industries. 

Australia needs more skilled workers. With VET, you can be one of them.

Find out about the benefits of studying with VET and explore real-life stories with the videos, articles and case studies below.


Benefits of VET


VET can get you working

Get out of the classroom and into the real world with VET. VET can get you closer to your dream job, faster.


Diverse training for a range of jobs

Vocational Education and Training (VET) gives you practical, hands-on experience that stands out to employers in a broad range of industries.


You can study while working

Vocational Education and Training isn’t just for school leavers. Flexible study options makes VET perfect for people looking to change careers or take the next step in their current profession.  


Explore Your Career options


Explore your immediate and long term options so you can take the next step in your career.

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Find the types of jobs currently available or a short course to build on your skills.


Free or low-fee courses

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VET Perspectives – Employer and trainer


Better healthcare through vocational education

Barwon Health says VET pathways give students a high-quality education, teaching the skills they need to work in healthcare. 


One VET course can change an entire life

A group of 12 public schools in Northern Adelaide joined forces to bring VET opportunities to all their students, forming the Northern Adelaide State Secondary Schools' Alliance (NASSSA).