The Victorian Skills Authority provides strategic and impartial advice to the government on skills priorities. To do this, we consider the needs of the workforce by drawing on the perspectives of industry, unions, businesses, communities and education and training providers, reconciled with the career aspirations of current and prospective students and the criticality of a positive education and training experience.
Balancing these perspectives rests on integrity throughout the ecosystem. The principles of this framework have actions aligning to mission and values, and managing conflicts of interest as the base, with inclusion in engagement and clear policy principles leading to the common good for the Victorian community.
Our aim is to determine priorities for skilling, for all partners and stakeholders, that result in the best outcomes for Victorians, industry and communities.