Australian Jobs 2012
Australian Jobs 2012 is designed to help Australians find up-to-date information on the job they want. It provides a guide to the occupations and industries in which Australians work and highlights jobs with good prospects.
Rural Skills Australia has Australian Apprenticeship Advisers located around Australia, who will provide information to young people about careers in agriculture and horticulture.
Their support will assist students to make informed decisions about their future and learn of the benefits and challenges of a particular career path in agriculture and horticulture.
Group Training Australia
Group Training Organisations (GTOs) employ apprentices and trainees, and hire them out to different businesses on a short or long-term basis.
This approach enables smaller businesses to take on an Australian Apprentice even though in some cases they cannot provide the employee with the broad range of skills needed to complete their training.
Group Training Organisations take on the contractual and administrative responsibilities of the employer (the payment of wages and superannuation for example), and also participate in the recruitment of Australian Apprentices, often ‘pre-apprenticeships’ skills development training, and also post-placement support.
Find a local Group Training Organisation through the link above.
The 'Blueprint' is a framework for creating, strengthening and evaluating career development programs and products for young people and adults.
Industry Skills Councils
Industry Skills Councils (ISCs) are 12 peak industry bodies involved in the development of Training Packages that establish a qualification framework for specific industries.
ISCs consult with employers and industry stakeholders, such as government, employers and Registered Training Organisations, in developing these qualification frameworks.
ISCs can also provide industry specific careers information. Click here to access Industry Skills Council links.
The Australian Flexible Learning Framework (Framework) is the e-learning strategy for the vocational education and training (VET) sector. It provides the VET system with the essential e-learning infrastructure and expertise needed to respond to the challenges of a modern economy and the training needs of Australian businesses and workers.