As the Minister for Education and Training, I invite you to take a moment to explore the following links to find out more about the various portfolio areas of the Department of Education and Training:
Learn more about Australian Apprenticeships and the benefits of combining practical work and training.
Everything you need to know about Australia’s electoral system and voting.
Promotes the active participation of young people in business.
Find courses and places to study using various search criteria and Hobsons Guides ratings on universities, campuses and courses.
Employment and Centrelink support services and programmes.
For Medicare and Centrelink support services and programmes.
Current labour market  information  including job prospects, employment rates and average incomes.
The Australian Qualifications Framework (AQF) is the national policy for regulated qualifications in the Australian education and training system.
A flexible way to study toward a university degree off campus.
Links to vocational and technical education (VET) opportunities. Find information on apprenticeships and traineeships, courses and training providers, and the National Register of VET.
Provides information on a range of opportunities for volunteers.
Provides information on a range of career and job opportunities in the Australian Defence Force.
Australia’s directory of training available for school leavers, students, apprentices and employers throughout the country.
Provides profiles of Australia ‘s universities, information on university admission centres across the country, and links to further information.
Provides students with information on survey results covering the higher education student life cycle from commencement to employment. It publishes overall satisfaction of current students and recent graduates, median salary received by recent graduates and full-time employment rates after graduation.
Provides information to students about assistance with higher education.
A fast, simple  way to access government online services including Centrelink, Medicare and the ATO.
The South Australian Tertiary Admissions Centre [SATAC) is the central application point for admission in to universities in South Australia.