About

TDT Victoria (Transport & Distribution Training, Victoria) is the peak training advisory body for the road, rail, marine and air transport, distribution and warehousing industries of Victoria and provides advice on the workforce development needs of the Transport and Logistics (T&L) industry.

TDT Victoria is a non-profit organisation comprised of key employer and union representatives of the transport and distribution industries.

Our aim is to promote quality training and to provide industry with relevant advice on training issues in order to improve the skills and productivity across the transport and logistics industry.

Our strategies are built around three target groups:

  • the school environment;
  • school to work pathways, and
  • the existing workforce.

TDT VictoriaTraining and Development Solutions

  • Demystifying the Training Arena
  • Training Needs Analyses or Skills Audits
  • Teaching and Learning Development

Function of TDT Victoria

The major function of TDT Victoria is to provide strategic advice to industry on maximising current training strategies and initiatives.

Consultancy Services

The strength of TDT Victoria's successful and proven approach to providing consultancy services is based on working collaboratively with each client to develop a thorough understanding of the requirements of the business or industry project requirements.

The TDT Victoria core team, supported by a team of associates, with specialist skills and knowledge in management, human resources, organisational psychology and traditional and online training and development is committed to providing high quality, cost effective training solutions and adding value to your business through a thorough understanding of your needs.

TDT Victoria works in cooperation with industry and trainers to:

  • promote the benefits of training to industry and the community;
  • promote national training packages and competency based training;
  • promote training initiatives such as recognition of prior learning, flexible training delivery;
  • make training more accessible to industry and individuals, especially those in rural and isolated areas;
  • coordinate within the vocational education and training system the development and recognition of training;
  • develop strategies to encourage increased participation in training;
  • promote training as an important business tool;
  • ensure that training is provided in ways that meet the needs of individuals in each industry sector;
  • encourage industry involvement in assessing the skills currently held by people working in industry;
  • assist industry to identify the future training needs of the workforce;
  • be an advocate to governments on training matters, on behalf of industry