Vocational Education at RMIT

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Vocational Education is an integral part of the University, providing students with pathways to vocational and professional careers.

RMIT offers a broad range of Vocational Education (VE) programs that are designed to equip people with work-ready skills and prepare students for life changing experiences.

RMIT is renowned for its teaching excellence and professional practice. Employer input into program design and delivery ensures that our programs are informed by industry expertise and connections.

These strengths are central to vocational education at RMIT and provide a secure foundation from which we can embrace the opportunities that the changing market now presents.

Ready for Life and Work

Vocational Education at RMIT aims to deliver on the objectives outlined in the RMIT strategic plan Ready for Life and Work:

  • A transformative student experience
  • Connected pathways for lifelong learning
  • Innovative teaching practice
  • An industry and enterprise engagement
  • Global engagement

Vocational Education enhances the benefits that students and industry stakeholders gain from RMIT.

Office of the Executive Director Vocational Education

The Office of the Executive Director Vocational Education is responsible for the strategic development and overseeing the management of RMIT’s engagement in the Vocational Education and Training (VET) sector.

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