A new website has been launched that helps vocational students find the right training. The Victorian Skills Gateway makes it easier to find training that fits, with information about jobs and courses tailored to the needs of different users, including students, adult learners, careers practitioners, employers and parents.
The site features information about different jobs and industries to help users decide what career will most suit them and what training they need to achieve it. There is specific information on areas where there are skills shortages and on specialist occupations. The site focuses on Victorian-specific labour market information, including job prospects, average salaries and regions where specific occupations are typically found.
The Victorian Skills Gateway is easy to use, allowing users to start searching for an occupation, course or a training provider with just a keyword. It is smartphone friendly, and no app downloads are required.
The Central Ranges Trade Training Centre Consortium is advertising an exciting new position – Trade Training Centre Manager!
If you would like to shape the future of student achievement for almost 3,000 students across the shires of Murrindindi, Mitchell, Strathbogie and Whittlesea, by ensuring the maintenance and development of key partnerships – this position could be for you!
This position is seeking a person who is self motivated has a high level of communication and interpersonal skills and a passion for working with education, training and industry professionals.
The position description for the Central Ranges Trade Training Centre Manager is located on the Broadford Secondary College website – under position vacant, with applications closing on March 9.
For more information download the position description or contact Jim Alsop of Broadford Secondary College on 03 5784 1200 or [email protected]