Learning Officer

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Median Average:
$75,909
Learning Officer in Australia median base salary $75,909/yr. Information is based on 66 Learning Officer jobs advertised between June 2021 and March 2022.
How much do Learning Officer earn in Australia? The average salary of Learning Officer is $75,909 in Australia
$75,909 /yr
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Average $75,909
Range $80K - $90K
Last updated June 24 2022
The average pay range for Learning Officer is between $80K and $90K. Salaries vary from a low of $50K up to $100K per year. The average number of Learning Officer roles advertised per month is 8 in Australia between June 2021 and March 2022.
What are the most common skills required to be a Learning Officer? The most common skills required for a Learning Officer are:
Administration Education Accreditation Education Education Administration Art Education English Administration Art Building Cleaning Design Education English Accreditation Advertising Art Cleaning Conferences Construction CPR Cutting Dance Design Developer Economics Education Elearning
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These skills are most commonly found in Learning Officer job advertisements and position descriptions.

Last updated May 31 2022
Which recruitment agencies have the largest number of Training & Development roles in Australia?
See which recruitment agencies advertise the most Training & Development roles. See what salaries they paid for Training & Development in Australia. See how they compare to the average Training & Development salary of $75,909.
Department of Education & Training Victoria
Melbourne (100%)
76

$71K-$83K

($1,146)

$71K-$83K
($1,146)
Juniper
Perth (100%)
69

$69K-$116K

($16,591)

$69K-$116K
($16,591)
Catholic Education Services
Cairns (100%)
62

$78K-$66K

(($3,333))

$78K-$66K
(($3,333))
NSW Department of Education
Sydney (100%)
50

$85K-$105K

($19,868)

$85K-$105K
($19,868)
Goodlife Health Clubs
Melbourne (92%), Brisbane (8%)
48

$50K-$60K

(($20,909))

$50K-$60K
(($20,909))
Last Updated April 01 2022
How many years does it take to become a Learning Officer?
Most candidates undertake an average of 0 years Human Resources & Recruitment prior to being appointed as a Learning Officer.
Average Human Resources & Recruitment required to become a Learning Officer
Last updated June 29 2022
Most candidates have on average 11 years working experience prior to becoming a Learning Officer.
Average Human Resources & Recruitment required to become a Learning Officer
Last updated June 29 2022
Where are Training & Development in Australia sourced from?
Training & Development are sourced from
these companies
National Australia Bank
Alliance Airlines
Flight Centre
CPB Contractors
Pacific National
Training & Development are sourced in Australia are most likely to be sourced from these schools
TAFE
Queensland University of Technology
Griffith University
Deakin University
Monash University
Last updated June 29 2022
Where are most Learning Officer roles located in Australia?
Sydney 23 / 33%
Melbourne 12 / 17%
Cairns 8 / 12%
Albury 6 / 9%
Perth 5 / 7%
Last updated June 24 2022
Which locations in Australia pay the most for Learning Officer?
Townsville ($245K)
Wollongong ($105K)
Brisbane ($95K)
Canberra ($85K)
Melbourne ($83K)
Last updated June 24 2022