The Resources Industry Training Council works closely with its joint venture partners, the Chamber of Minerals and Energy of Western Australia (CMEWA) and the Australian Petroleum Production and Exploration Association (APPEA) to promote careers in the mining, oil and gas, manufacturing, polymers and laboratory operations sectors.


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If you are looking at careers in the resources sector, here are some useful links:


Jobs and Skills Centre - hosted by the Department of Training and Workforce Development, the Careers Centre provides tools and resources to help you plan your career, find education pathways to find employment in your chosen industry.


Careers Institute - outlines careers and Labour market information to provide information on a range of jobs, advice and education pathways to help you pursue your chosen career.


Oresome Resources - offers free educational resources to assist in learning about minerals and energy.


MyFuture - provides an overview of the occupations and qualifications needed within a selected industry.


MySkills - find and compare the outcomes, locations and durations of nationally accredited training from registered training providers.


The Good Careers Guide - explore more than 400 occupations to find the right career fit for you.


School Curriculum and Standards Authority (SCSA) - the SCSA is responsible for Kindergarten to Year 12 curriculum, assessment, standards and reporting for all Western Australian schools.





A guide providing information on full-time courses offered each semester by all WA TAFE colleges.  Including information on competitive and non-competitive courses, entry requirements, selection criteria and any other additional requirements.


Applications for entry to full-time TAFE courses are managed by TAFE Admissions. 

Part-time courses are managed by each TAFE college directly.

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Resources Industry?

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Here you will find links to a range of career resources which contain information
on RITC industries and also apprenticeships and traineeships.

The Resource Industry Training Council (RITC) is a state government funded joint venture between Chamber of Minerals and Energy (CME) and the Australian Petroleum Production and Exploration Association Ltd (APPEA), gathering industry intelligence, on current trends, skills gaps and training needs, which it provides to industry, the State Training Board (STB), Department of Training and Workforce Development (DTWD), the WA Government. RITC governance is facilitated through the RITC Advisory Board. 

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