An Australian Government funded program
delivered in partnership with the Vanuatu Government

Accredited Training Services

The TVET Centre coordinates modular training courses accredited by the Vanuatu Qualifications Authority (VQA) in line with provincial economic development priorities in Sanma, Malampa, Torba and Tafea provinces.

It finances local training providers across Vanuatu registered with the VQA to deliver courses to provide skills to enable trainees to gain employment, increase their income levels or start and/or develop livelihood projects and small businesses. These trainings are delivered in the communities where the target participants live and work.

As these courses are accredited and quality-assured by the VQA, all trainees – upon successful completion of the training – receive a nationally recognised certificate which allows them to build towards a full qualification over time, if this is their professional development aspiration.

How to access  Accredited Training Services?

If you are an individual in Sanma, Malampa, Torba or Tafea province with a specific skill need to meet your income generation objectives and would like to participate in an accredited training course, please complete the Expression of Interest form and submit to the relevant TVET Centre.

If you represent a community, organisation or business and would like an accredited training course to be run in a particular productive sector area, such as fishing, agriculture, forestry, tourism or construction, complete this Request for Training/BDS Provision form and submit to the nearest TVET Centre. You will need to outline the reasons why participants require specific skills to improve their productivity or employment potential.


accredited training courses

Participants at an accredited agriculture training in Torba Province