Training Sector Reform Project

​A Training Sector Reform Project has commenced to look at the function and structure of Western Australia’s public training system.

The impetus for this project is the 2013-14 Independent Review of the Vocational Education and Training Sector in Western Australia, which made the key recommendation for the State Government to give clarity around the overall design of the State’s VET delivery system.

The Training Sector Reform project will focus on an analysis of the functionality of the network of State Training Providers. This will ensure the continued delivery of high quality training that supports improved student outcomes while also meeting the State’s long-term training goals and priorities.

The project steering committee will be chaired by former Government Minister Cheryl Edwardes with representatives from industry and government. Mr John Langoulant, former chief executive of the WA Chamber of Commerce and Industry, is leading the project work.

It is anticipated that the project steering committee will present an initial report to the Minister for Training and Workforce Development by the end of 2015, with outcomes to be progressed in the months following.

For more information, please email the Training Sector Reform Project Executive Officer:

A media statement from the Minister for Training and Workforce Development is available here.

Last modified: 16/10/2015 1:41 PM