NSW Skills List
The NSW Skills List defines the courses subsidised under Smart and Skilled program. The NSW Skills List identifies the qualifications eligible for a government subsidy under Smart and Skilled. Developed through extensive industry and community consultation and labour market research, the Skills List includes a wide range of qualifications to support the diverse skills needs of NSW employers.
The Skills List enables people in NSW to make more informed choices about their training, knowing that Smart and Skilled courses can give people the skills they need to get a job, advance their career or continue onto further study. The Skills List covers all industry sectors in NSW and includes qualifications up to Advanced Diploma. All NSW apprenticeships and selected new entrant traineeships are on the Skills List.
For more information visit the following government link: Smart and Skilled
The Skills List is frequently updated.
The Skills List is reviewed each year to meet the changing skill needs of NSW industry and is published to inform students and training providers about the subsidised qualifications available in the following year. The List is also updated regularly during the year to reflect changes to qualifications already on the List and to add any new qualifications approved for inclusion.
Looking for information about the NSW Skills List, visit the following government link: Smart and Skilled – NSW Skills List
NSW Skills List Update – Released November 2020
The NSW Skills List has been updated. This Version 11.2 – takes effect from 9th November 2020. The update covers changes resulting from Training Package updates as well as new and expiring accredited courses.
The full and latest skills list is available at: NSW Skills List v11.2
Version 11.2 – applies from 9 November 2020
Skilling for Recovery – Priority Part Qualifications List
A list of the part qualifications that are approved under Skilling for Recovery can be found in the documents below. The list includes details of the Units of Competency, price and loadings amount for each part qualification. Part qualifications on the List are either nationally accredited skills set or locally designed skills groups that have been approved for delivery under Skilling for Recovery by the National Skills Commission.
NOTE: The Skilling for Recovery Priority Part Qualifications List is a live document and will be updated frequently as more part qualifications are approved.
For more information on who is eligible, what is available for students and employers, and what courses and training providers are available under Smart and Skilled, check out the following web site: GET THE SKILLS YOU NEED