Real Skills for Real Careers
Read how the VET Information Strategy is working to elevate the status of vocational education and training, including the creation and implementation of the real skills for real careers tagline:
Real Skills for Real Careers Strategy Outline HR (PDF, 4 MB)
Web Tiles and Logos
Download the real skills for real careers tagline pack to adopt the tagline in your communications. The pack contains black, blue, green, orange, pink, purple, red and white versions of the tagline in various image formats (JPG, PNG, EPS):
Real Skills for Real Careers Tagline Pack (ZIP, 16.1 MB)
Real skills for real careers case study: Rachel Bacon
After trying both university and vocational education and training (VET), International Sales and Business Manager, Rachel Bacon, found she thrived with the on-the-job learning that an Australian Apprenticeship provides. By completing an Australian Apprenticeship, a Diploma of Aeroskills (Avionics) and a Diploma of Management, Rachel is now working in her dream career in the aviation industry. There are many ways to succeed. Discover how Rachel gained real skills for a real career through her Australian Apprenticeship and VET qualifications.
Real skills for real careers case study: Matt Morrissey
A commitment to continual learning, together with a love of cooking for family and friends, was instrumental in vocational education and training (VET) graduate, Matt Morrissey’s decision to change his career to undertake a Certificate III in Commercial Cookery. Matt is now a Head Chef for the BentSpoke Brewing Company, something Matt describes as his dream role. There are many ways to succeed. Discover how Matt gained real skills for a real career through his Australian Apprenticeship.
Real skills for real careers case study: Nicola Lang
Nicola Lang never dreamt that she would undergo a complete career change in her late 40s. After completing a Diploma of Nursing (Enrolled/Division 2 nursing) at TAFE Queensland South West, Nicola is now in her dream job as an enrolled nurse at St Andrew’s Ipswich Private Hospital.
Please provide feedback, or suggestions, regarding the My Skills website or resources by contacting: MySkillsProject@education.gov.au.