State Training Authorities
Australian Skills Quality Authority
The regulation of Australia's vocational education and training sector is changing. ASQA is responsible for ensuring a smooth transition for RTOs and the owners of accredited VET courses nationally.
ACT - Department of Education and Training
The Department of Education and Training delivers high quality education services through government schools; registers non government schools; and administers vocational education and training in the ACT.
NSW - NSW Department of Education and Communities - State Training Services
The Department of Education and Communities - State Training Services - provides all information on apprenticeships, traineeships and vocational training.
NT - Department of Education
The Department of Education provides quality early childhood services and education for all young Territorians, with a focus on meeting the needs of Indigenous students, leading to jobs, training and further education.
QLD - Department of Education, Training and Employment
The Department of Education,Training and Employment's purpose is to create opportunities for Queenslanders to acquire the knowledge, skills and creativity to drive economic prosperity, build strong and vibrant communities and enhance lifelong well-being.
SA - Department of State Development
The Department of State Development assists industry, business and communities to identify and capitalise on opportunities for job creation and economic growth
TAS - Department of Education
The Department of Education is responsible for providing public education, vocational education and training, adult and community education, and library and archive services throughout Tasmania.
VIC - Department of Education and Training
The Department of Education and Training offers learning and development support, services and resources for all Victorians, from birth through to adulthood.
WA - Department of Training and Workforce Development
The Department of Training and Workforce Development, in addition to its vital training role, has a much broader responsibility which includes a focus on workforce development. Workforce development aims to build, attract and retain a skilled workforce to meet the economic needs of Western Australia, to minimise skill shortages and maximise the State’s ability to respond to new opportunities.