Thursday, 13 October 2016 12:08

Issue 16 VET/Careers

  • Work Placement                                                    BACK
  • Expanding Career Options for Women Scholarship Program

Work Placement
Year 11 Vocational Education student Lachlan Mathieson has undertaken two work placements during the school year. He thoroughly enjoyed his first placement to a tree lopping firm, with this work confirming his interest in the industry. Lachlan’s current placement with Creative Driveways and Fencing has increased his exposure to working in construction, and he has seen how this can also be a very creative industry. Lachlan will spend another week with this organisation before the end of the year.

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Expanding Career Options for Women - Scholarship Program
Expanding Career Options for Women scholarships are available to help women get jobs in a wide variety of non-traditional industry areas and trades, including construction, IT, automotive, maritime and agriculture. Training scholarships of up to $3000 are available to assist women increase their career options. There are more than 180 qualifications to choose from, starting at Certificate II level.
Scholarships can be used towards a range of associated costs, such as student fees, learning resources, mentoring, coaching, accommodation, transport and even childcare fees.
Don’t miss out – applications close on 31 October 2016.
For more information or to apply for a scholarship visit:

http://www.dtwd.wa.gov.au/dtwcorporateinfo/policiesandguidelines/Pages/Expanding-career-options-for-women.aspx

Glenn Bird
VET/Careers Coordinator

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