These tools and resources can help you explore career options and find training and apprenticeship opportunities.
Plan your job and career options
Youth Central – Jobs and careers
Find advice on the Victorian Government’s hub for young people aged 12–25.
Discover pathways into careers with the Victorian public sector.
Learn about different occupations and industries and find career planning tips.
Find out what jobs might suit you and what sort of employer you’d like to work for.
Find training or apprenticeship opportunities
Earn and learn with Jobs Victoria
Gain skills and training while being paid to work in an industry that needs staff.
Work and Learning Centres
Work and Learning Centres are located in Fitzroy, North Geelong, Moe, Ballarat and Shepparton. They can assist with training, job hunting and advice.
TAFE Skills and Jobs Centres
Get in touch with a Skills and Jobs Centre if you are looking to start training, re-skill, or to understand employers’ workforce needs.
Victorian Skills Gateway
Search for in demand occupations and get free, expert advice about changing careers. Find TAFE and training courses that match your goals.
Australian Apprenticeship Pathways
Apprenticeship and traineeship information as well as job-hunting tips.
Apprenticeships and traineeships (VRQA)
Find out how to become an apprentice and research wage conditions and responsibilities.
Support with finances and wellbeing
Professional support can make a difference if you are struggling with money or mental health issues.
Headspace is a national youth mental health foundation dedicated to improving the wellbeing of young Australians.
Lifeline is a free, confidential telephone helpline to support you with mental health and wellbeing.
Beyond Blue provides information and referral services for those who may be experiencing depression, anxiety or substance abuse.
MoneySmart offers free advice on returning to work and managing bills and debts.
Services Australia – Centrelink
Centrelink provides a free financial information service for everyone. You don’t have to be claiming Centrelink benefits.