New Jobs and Skills WA Website

April 19, 2018

 

The Jobs and Skills WA (JSWA) website is now the Department’s main customer-facing portal for all information related to vocational education and training, career development and workforce development in Western Australia.

 

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The new Jobs and Skills website is now live and available at www.jobsandskills.wa.gov.au

 

The website includes:

  • Resources for employers (replacing the Workplace Essentials website).

    • Content from the Workplace Essentials website has migrated to the ‘Resources for employers’ section of the Jobs and Skills website.

    • The existing Workplace Essentials website, workplace-essentials.dtwd.wa.gov.au, will no longer be available, however redirects are in place to the new Jobs and Skills website. 

  • Training information, including a course search function for publicly funded training;

  • Information for prospective students including apprenticeships and traineeships, priority qualifications for Western Australia, schools and school students and employers;

  • Information about Jobs and Skills Centres;

  • Jobs board;

  • Career exploration resources, including occupational and labour market information (via the existing Career Centre website, rebranded); and

  • Aboriginal specific information and resources, including the Aboriginal jobs board (via the existing AWDC website, updated).

 

Lifted from a circular by:

AndySeparovic

Principal Consultant - Workforce Development

State Workforce Planning

Department of Training and Workforce Development

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