Free Future Skills training for NT residents

Free technical and future skills training provided to NT residents through partnership between RMIT University and the NT Government.

RMIT Online, the Centre for Digital Enterprise and the Northern Territory Government came together to provide flexible and responsive future skills training opportunities for Territorians designed to enhance their existing skills. A new initiative sponsored by the Northern Territory Government, this program was aimed at addressing the potential impacts that new smart skills and Industry 4.0 are having on the Territory economy.

Territory residents applied to study intensive online short courses through RMIT Online’s Future Skills short courses with the NT Government funding approved applicants able to study for free.

RMIT Online courses have been developed in partnership with leading companies like IBM, Amazon Web Services and Salesforce, with students mentored from experts in the field in areas including digitisation, artificial intelligence, big data, virtual/augmented reality, customer experience (CX) and digital leadership. Visit RMIT Online’s Future Skills short courses page to explore the range of contemporary new skill courses that students were able to choose from.

This project is now closed however you can still log in for free to our SmartSkills online tool. Working through this survey tool will help you you discover how well prepared you are for the job you wish to do and help identify the specific skills you need to learn.

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Further information?

If you require more information, then please email the Centre for Digital Enterprise.

If you would like to know more about the Centre for Digital Enterprise and how we connect businesses to skills training, then visit our home page.



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