Vocational Training Courses in Sydney

Vocational training helps people obtain trade specific skills to gain entry into workforce. Also known by many other names such as Careers and Technical Education (CTE) or Technical and Vocational Education and Training, training is available for different levels and skills. With the increasing demand of quality trained labor both public and private sectors of economy are investing in vocational training for better future.

A number of Registered Training Organizations provide Vocational Education Training in Sydney. Vigil Training College is one such RTO in Sydney. Vigil’s timings are very flexible. You need English proficiency with upper intermediately level to get entry into an RTO course at Vigil. Below is a list of courses offered by Vigil:

  • First Aid Course
  • CPR Course
  • Security Licensing Course
  • Responsible Service of Alcohol Course

A number of RTO’s are Competing with Vigil to provide vocational training. However Vigil is uniquely positioned given its premier location in Parramatta CBD, choice of after-hours and weekend course work and its focus on Security and related courseware training in CPR, First-Aid.

We also offer RSA and RCG courses at Vigil at very competitive pricing.

A number of candidates have already collected Statement of Attainment after completing their vocational training at Vigil. Statement of Attainment is necessary to demonstrate completion of vocation training as per Australia Skills Quality Authority. In their webpage Issue Qualifications and Statement of Attainment they mention that “All registered training organisations (RTOs) registered with ASQA must comply with the Standards for Registered Training Organisations 2015 and the Australian Qualifications Framework (AQF), when issuing qualifications and statements of attainment.”

Here is a sample Statement of Attainment


The statement of attainment needs to show the name of the RTO providing the vocational training, give the latest courseware code and name as per AQSF and be signed by the Principal of the training college.

The statement of attainment demonstrates you have received training and are now eligible for employability in that specific industry.