Vocational education and training (VET) covers a wide range of careers and industries, including hospitality, construction, horticulture and engineering.
VET is designed to teach you knowledge and specific practical skills to help you in the workplace. It's delivered through schools, dual sector institutions with VET courses, TAFE institutes, private registered training organisations and community colleges.
A VET qualification or program can be a Certificate I, Certificate II, Certificate III, Certificate IV, Diploma, Advanced Diploma, Apprenticeship, Traineeship, Graduate Certificate or a Graduate Diploma. VET qualifications are outcome-based and focus on the occupational skills and competencies gained. The Australian Qualifications Framework (AQF) recognises prior learning or current competence in the industry. This allows credit transfer easier and offers students the flexible learning pathways. Qualifications in VET category range across four levels of certificates i.e Certificate I, II, III and IV; and a Diploma and Advanced Diploma courses. A VET course will broaden your skills in a specialised area that teaches you the practical experience you'll need for the industry and workplace. It will train you to design, plan, and execute the practical and technical aspects of your field in an industry context.
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