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What is VET?

Vocational Education and Training (VET) partners with industry and government to provide people with skills and training for the workforce.

VET provides a range of pathways to careers through subsidised training programs including apprenticeships, eligible traineeships and priority industry qualifications. People can choose to advance their careers through the VET system where they are able to gain technical knowledge and skills that match the work environment by completing a qualification and entering the workforce.

 

VET graduates have the advantage of entering employment with confidence having gained firsthand experience and workplace skills. VET qualifications are offered by a range of training providers publicly (TAFE) or through a private registered training provider (RTO).

 

The Jobs and Skills website has useful information on subsidised training in Western Australia

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Career Information

Find your right career choice

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Traineeships

Gain work experience and the opportunity to learn new skills

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Training Packages

Obtain qualifications that are nationally recognised

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VET in Schools

Study a VET course as part of your WA Certificate of Education