The Victorian employer skills survey is a state-wide survey of the experience of Victorian employers in regards to recruitment, skills needs and training. The survey has been administered annually since 2014.
Insights gained from the survey help identify areas of skill needs, as well as providing information to support and improve the Victorian training and TAFE system.
The 2018 survey gathered insights from over 13,600 employers across the state. The survey sought to better understand the skills, recruitment and training needs of Victorian employers. Participants were invited to identify:
- The impact of skills gaps on business operations and productivity
- Recruitment challenges and skills gaps faced by their businesses
- The effect of training on addressing skills needs
- Challenges in accessing quality training.
The sample was drawn to include the views of 19 industry sectors across 9 Victorian regions.
Results from the 2018 survey can be viewed by accessing an interactive and a suite of factsheets.
You can also download summaries of the 2018 survey results from the list below.
Barwon South West
Reviewed 08 September 2021