NSW Government vocational education programs and initiatives
A NSW Government commitment to employ an additional 1,000 apprentices and trainees across NSW Government agencies and State-Owned Corporations over three years, until 30 June 2026.
Training Services NSW programs and services
Learn about Aboriginal initiatives and programs focusing on improving access to employment and creating business opportunities for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.
Workforce training for the grains, cotton, production horticulture, viticulture and rice growing sectors. Find out how to get involved.
Provides a free job matching service for employers and apprentices on the National Skills Needs List
The Get Back in the Game program supports disengaged young people, aged 15 to 19 years not in training or in a job to find pathways into education, training and work.
NSW Industry Training Advisory Bodies (ITABs) give the government industry advice on vocational education and training matters in NSW. Here’s how they work and how to contact them.
The Infrastructure Skills Legacy Program helps address skills shortages in the construction sector. It's given thousands of apprentices and trainees work on government infrastructure projects.
Initiatives to support refugees and asylum seekers are available to help them achieve long-term skilled employment in NSW.
Program connecting local industry and secondary schools in regional communities. It helps employers engage with schools. It gives students knowledge and experience, and helps them plan their future career pathways.
Training Services NSW can help retrenched workers and those affected by company downsizing.
Are you an employer in the construction industry? If so, Smart and Skilled funding may be available for eligible students, workers and jobseekers in NSW.
Find out about government-subsidised training under Smart and Skilled. Information for students, workers, employers and training providers.
The Sticking Together Social Impact Investment supports approximately 870 young people aged 18-24 years, develop work readiness skills and capabilities.
Get involved in transformative change for women working in trades. Initiatives include: Built for women, Connecting Women to Trades grant program, and Group Training Organisation Recruitment Program.
Training Services NSW is working to build innovative pathways to trades which will lead to an increase in qualified workers across trade occupations.
Workforce training solutions for large employers and investors in NSW.