Nationally recognised training
Nationally recognised training is defined as:
Any program of training leading to vocational qualifications and credentials that are recognised across Australia.
- industry training package qualifications and units of competency as listed on training.gov.au (opens in new window).
- courses that have been accredited by a VET Regulator.
Only Registered Training Organisations (RTOs) are able to offer vocational education and training (VET) courses to students and the qualifications range from Certificate I to Graduate Diploma level.
All RTOs must meet regulatory standards set out in the Standards for Registered Training Organisations (RTOs) 2015.
All RTOs, recognised qualifications, units of competency and accredited courses can be found on the Australian directory for VET at myskills.gov.au (opens in new window).
Choosing a Course
Choosing a course in vocational education and training (VET) will depend on your area of interest and the type of occupation you would like to pursue.
The Jobs & Skills WA Centre website will:
provide information about education and training courses.
assist with career direction or learning options.
help with your career planning and career decision making.
The myfuture website is also a helpful resource for career information, planning career pathways and managing work transitions.
All registered training organisations (RTOs), recognised qualifications, units of competency and accredited courses are listed on the National Register on VET at the My Skills website.