State Government

Department of Training and Workforce Development – Training WA
This site will help you find your way around the myriad of training options available in Western Australia – and there are thousands of them.

Department of Commerce (Energy Safety)
EnergySafety is responsible for the technical and safety regulation of all the electrical industry and most of the gas industry in Western Australia. This regulation includes the safety and energy efficiency of appliances and certain types of equipment.

Jobs and Skills WA

Jobs and Skills Centres provide free and independent training information and career guidance and can assist you with information on education and training courses, job searching and career pathway options.

Commonwealth Government

Australian Apprenticeships Pathways
Apprenticeships and Traineeships information and resources

Australian Apprenticeships and Traineeships Information Service
AATInfo provides apprenticeships and traineeships information and resources for Australian Apprenticeships Centres, Registered Training Organisations, Group Training Organisations, Job Services Australia providers and other service providers and stakeholders.

Australian Qualifications Framework
The Australian Qualifications Framework (AQF) is a quality assured national framework of qualifications in the school, vocational education and training (VET) and higher education sectors in Australia.

Department of Industry
Among its scope of work, the Department oversees the Vocational Education and Training Sector.

Labour Market Information Portal
The Commonwealth Department of Employment maintains this interesting site for labour market statistics

The MySkills page seeks to provide detailed statistical and other information about students, qualifications and Registered Training Providers.

The official database containing Australia’s nationally recognised training (Training Package and Accredited Course information) and details of Registered Training Organisations.


MATES in Construction WA

Construction Training Fund are building better mental health by engaging MATES in Construction to deliver MATES in Construction’s General Awareness Training, Connector Training and Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training programs, because we know the risk of suicide for construction workers is 53% higher than the risk for other employed workers in Australia.

State Training Councils

Construction Training Fund
Community Skills WA
Financial, Administrative and Professional Services Training Council
Food, Fibre and Timber Industries Training Council (WA) Inc
Creative and Leisure Industries Training Council (Future Now)
Logistics and Defence Skills Council
Resources Industry Training Council