Government-subsidised skill sets

RMIT University is offering short accredited training designed to meet priority workforce needs in a number of specialty areas.

These free short courses will provide skills in burgeoning areas of industry, including infection control and solar power installations.

More than 20,000 Victorian workers can access the free training, which will be a mixture of online and workplace-based learning.

RMIT is now accepting enrolments for these programs that are expected to be available until the middle of 2021. To find out more, see the linked courses below for outlines and information on how to apply.

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