Western Australian Minister Sue Ellery Media release
    • Media Statements
  • August 25th, 2020

National Skills Week 2020 highlights the importance of skills training and career pathways Training is more affordable than ever with fees slashed by up to 72 per cent for selected high priority TAFE courses Vocation education and training vital to develop a skilled workforce to support the State’s economic recovery Media statement – Celebrating training...

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Journey to the Top
    • Media Statements
    • News
  • August 25th, 2020

              Virtual Hair Experience: Journey to the Top, the hit online event for the hairdressing industry, will screen during National Skills Week. One of the first Australian online hairdressing events of the COVID era, Virtual Hair Experience: Journey to the Top launched on Monday, 8 June and was co-produced...

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So you are thinking of a career change? Conversations on making the decision to change careers later in life.
    • News
    • Podcasts
  • August 25th, 2020

So you are thinking of a career change? Conversations on making the decision to change careers later in life. Rekeisha  Voss-  VET Alumni, and Anthony Di Cristofaro- VET Alumni, This episode explores experience of two mature aged apprentices, Anthony Di Cristafaro and Rekeisha Voss. Anthony is the Western Australian apprentice of the year for 2019,...

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So can we just get on with the job?
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    • Podcasts
  • August 24th, 2020

Stories on success in male dominated trades Rebecca Hudson – VET Alumni, and Kathleen Fensom-  VET Alumni, This episode explores the experience of Rebecca Hudson and Kathleen Fensom, 2 women working in what is referred to as male dominated occupations. Rebecca is the WA trainee of the year 2019 and an Australian Training awards finalist....

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What is VET and will it be right for me?
    • News
  • August 24th, 2020

VET has been the foundation of Australia’s strong and vibrant economy. It produces industry leaders, offers great diversity and career paths, supports Australia’s resources and primary industries, builds our cities and monuments, supports our Tourism and heritage and a whole lot more. To celebrate National Skills Week, career practitioners from the AIS CPRN will deliver...

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The University experience. Was it for me? Is it for you?
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    • Podcasts
  • August 21st, 2020

The University experience. Was it for me?  Is it for you? Cassandra Brown – VET Alumni, , Daniela Feldman – VET Alumni This episode explores the experience of  Cassandra Brown and  Daniela Feldman, who both experienced University  and Vocational education and Training.  They both have an amazing story to tell about the decisions they made...

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What does an apprentice look like really?
    • News
    • Podcasts
  • August 20th, 2020

This episode explores the experience of Anthony Di Cristofaro who entered into the apprenticeship space as a mature age apprentice. Anthony speaks of the decision and his journey through the training. But it doesn’t finish there! Anthony has an amazing story to tell about the impact and change that being an apprentice has given him....

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Make Your Move: Jake’s Story
    • Video Gallery
  • August 18th, 2020

Almost everything we buy comes from overseas or is made with products and equipment shipped from somewhere else. In the same way, Australian goods are transported all over the world. There’s an army of people working behind-the-scenes in the International Trade, Transport and Logistics industry to make this happen. Most of us aren’t even aware they are there. These are...

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Make Your Move: Chloe’s Story
    • Video Gallery
  • August 17th, 2020

IT’S A SMALL WORLD Almost everything we buy comes from overseas or is made with products and equipment shipped from somewhere else. In the same way, Australian goods are transported all over the world. There’s an army of people working behind-the-scenes in the International Trade, Transport and Logistics industry to make this happen. Most of us aren’t even aware they...

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Butchery is a powerful career not just a job
    • News
  • August 15th, 2020

National Skills Week highlights the personally, professionally, and financially rewarding career choices available through vocational education. Meet South Australian Butcher Luke Moody, a man who set out to dispel the myths around butchery . Luke completed a butchery apprenticeship and decided that he wanted to share with the public his experience of butchery, the value...

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Q&A Panel Discussion for The Digital Parents showcase
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  • August 15th, 2020

To celebrate National Skills Week, SkillsOne is hosting a Q&A Skills Panel for parents or students to call in to ask questions. This will allow parents or students to ask any questions they may have around vocational education, training and career pathways. The panel will be live streamed to the SkillsOne Facebook page @SkillsOneTV from...

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The Minister’s Message: Senator The Hon. Michaelia Cash
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  • August 14th, 2020

SENATOR THE HON MICHAELIA CASH MINISTER FOR EMPLOYMENT, SKILLS, SMALL AND FAMILY BUSINESS NATIONAL SKILLS WEEK 2020 Shining a light on skills is more important than ever before as we navigate the health and economic challenges presented by COVID-19. The jobs and skills needed as we come out of the crisis aren’t likely to be...

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