Australia's economy is changing.
We are developing intelligence on Australia's labour market, workforce changes and current and emerging skills needs. JEDI is a flagship enabler of this intelligence.
JEDI provides a real-time view of the Australian labour market, drawing complex data from multiple sources into its data engine, and transforming it into meaningful insights for many different users.
Skills: a common language
Skills underpin the data and enable us to speak in a common language.
Linking jobs to training
Skills data enables us to find opportunities and link jobs to training and education.
Forecasting future needs
JEDI enables us to anticipate future needs and adapt to changes in our economy.
One data engine: many outputs
One data engine feeds multiple applications to help many audiences.
Australian Skills Classification
We have developed the Australian Skills Classification. Intended to be a 'common language' for skills, the Classification identifies the range of skills linked to occupations, and enables the exploration of the connections and transferability of these skills.
JEDI is powering several online tools to support individuals navigate a changing labour market:
- JobTrainer – if you are aged 17-24 or looking for work, you may be able to study a free or low-fee course through JobTrainer. JEDI contributed to the development of a list of JobTrainer courses by mapping the skills in demand by employers and critical to Australia’s economic recovery to qualifications and courses
- Job Switch – helps you explore jobs you might not have considered and find jobs that you may already have the skills for.
- Jobs Hub – assists you to find jobs in demand in your location matching your skills.
- Your Career – the National Careers Institute’s new portal providing Australia’s authoritative source of career information.