The latest Careers events and opportunities for March.
Training Course for Girls
Workforce Development has granted the College of Electrical Training Joondalup
campus 16 places to run an all girls Cert II in Electrotechnology
(Pre-Apprenticeship) course through VET in schools.
for girls wishing to take that first step towards working in a trade.
contact Peta O’Day directly.
Pathway to Engineering and Communications
College of Electrical Training has recently signed an MOU with Edith Cowan
University that will provide a pathway into Engineering and
have anyone interested, please contact Peta O’Day email@example.com on 0437 425175
Getting an Apprenticeship or Traineeship Advice
Australian Apprenticeship is more complex than many people think. Over the next
few months, AATIS will be focussing on the Steps to an Australian
publishing more articles, sharing great social media posts and launching a
brand new flowchart. To start off, take a look at our relaunched Steps to an
Australian Apprenticeship web pages!
traineeship, from the research stage to when the training begins.
21 March Webinar – Steps To An Australian Apprenticeship
walk you through each of the Steps to an Australian Apprenticeship. We will
explain what each of the steps cover and show you how to find resources to help
you or your clients in finding an apprenticeship or traineeship.
Applications now open! WA Training
Getting an WA Training Award is a
recognition of excellence and can lead to doors opening, particularly for those
who win the individual awards.
more about them HERE.
1 March – UCAT Applications Open
Students wishing to apply
for Direct Entry to UWA Medicine or Dentistry or to Curtin Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of
Surgery for 202 will need
to do the University Clinical Aptitude TEst
of information for potential candidates with special needs. There are practice
tests and resources and clear instructions on what to expect in the test on the
13 March Murdoch Law and Criminology Open Night
creative artists, dealing with big business, and lobbying for environmental and
social justice. The only uni in Australia to offer Criminology as a degree,
Murdoch also boasts its own state-of-the-art electronic Moot Court.
13 March Notre Dame Thinking Beyond Careers for Parents.
students to navigate a future that hasn’t been dreamt of yet? Through
empowering them with the fundamentals of the timeless art of critical thinking.
through the transition from high school to university, our admissions process
and uni student life. This event is for students in Year 10, 11 and 12 and
18 March UWA Year 12 Course Information Evening
your WACE results. Find out more about:
student exchange opportunities
directly to faculty specialists, academic teaching staff and current UWA
students. Register HERE.
Medicine Information Sessions
are always very well attended so it is wise to arrive early to get a good seat.
health industry information event this year. People wanting to know about the
changes from UMAT to UCAT should go to the Year 12 Course Information Session on 18 March to ask questions.
You may contact the Medical Admissions Centre for more information on (08) 6488
27 March Murdoch Education Open Night
generation of students with Murdoch’s Education degree. You’ll develop new ways
of thinking under the guidance of our experienced academics and be able to take
advantage of unique student experiences, admissions pathways, scholarships and study
Year 12 NEWS
2019 Examination Timetable
scheduled to run from Wednesday, 30 October to Tuesday, 19 November.
Information about specific course written examinations will become available on
already available HERE.
TISC Update from the CEO
Betts, the head of TISC, speaks at the Notre Dame/Career Development
Association workshop and he always makes regulations and stats interesting.
took from his talk in February were:
English language requirement for university entry can’t be considered in first
documents for information gathering and sharing. This has speeded up its
processes and capacity to consult with universities.
standardize information and processes across Australia so that students will
have the same application processes in all states and territories.
site provides information about courses at all Tertiary Admission Centre
institutions. They are trying to make it possible to compare universities and
similar courses at universities. This site will get better over time.
standardizing special consideration
in application processes across universities across Australia.
alternative pathways has plateaued.
online videos which are gradually being added to the TISC site.
been improved as universities now provide predicted ATAR minimum so that it can
be publicized. Students can plug their anticipated ATAR into the TISC site to
see if they have a chance of being offered a place.
1 March National Youth Science Forum (NYSF) 2020 Applications Open
students from Western Australia attended the National Youth Science Forum.
is to inspire young Australians to value science and past participants report
that the experience is transformative.
18 March UWA Course Information Evening for Year 10 – 11
help make your Year 10 or 11 experience a positive one, even if you’re unsure
of what to study in the future.
specialists, academic teaching staff and current UWA students.
information and to secure your spot.
Year 9 –
8 March Get Real Experience and Try Nursing (GREaT) Work Experience for
for the 2019 Get Ready Experience and Try Nursing work experience program on 8
March. The program is conducted in hospitals around Western Australia.
more information HERE.
19 March Maths Pathways Information Years 9 – 12
The Maths Association is eager
to showcase career opportunities that you can engage in via maths.
AND for Year 11- 12 students who are
already on maths pathways and wondering what opportunities are in front of
information, please click here and Register
your interest HERE
31 March Maths Association Expo
The Maths Association is
running a free event for students and families that aims to encourage love for
of stalls and exhibitors with interactive events designed to engage students as
they learn to play with maths.
10 April Maths Pathways Evening Years 9 – 12
Association is keen to let students know the rich world that opens up for those
who take maths pathways. You can discover what is possible at the Maths
Pathways Information Evening at Murdoch
University. Robertson Lecture Theatre, Building 245
School Based Traineeships in Government
have the opportunity to undertake paid part-time employment-based training two
days a week.
students will be awarded a Certificate II in Government (Public Administration)
and this will count towards their Western Australian Certificate of Education
be a traineeship available, one may be developed in collaboration between a
government department and a school if a student shows interest in a pathway.
Rural Regional and Remote News
North Regional Jobs and Skills Centre Services
The Kimberley now has career
advice and job application help available through the Jobs and Skills Centre in Broome which services through to Fitzroy. Wunan is delivering the Jobs and Skills services
across the North Kimberley.
services are designed to help people to find what career they want to follow,
to gain job application skills and to find out about courses at universities
and at TAFE.
Jobs and Skills Centre HERE.
Albany Jobs and Skills Centre was officially launched today by Premier
Mark McGowan and Education and Training Minister Sue Ellery.
at the Albany TAFE campus. You can contact the Albany Jobs and Skills Centre HERE.
Individual Placement and Support – Albany and Broome
the provider of employment placement and support services to people impacted by
Mandalah 2020 Scholarships Open
scholarship applications open
for applications from Indigenous students interested in undertaking their
high-school studies at one of our partner schools.
students should review the selection criteria on the MADALAH website.
Employment Education and Housing graduate named ‘Employee of the
Construction with near perfect attendance and secured permanent employment in
Nyamba Buru Yawuru, Transition to Work Program.
Central Queensland University Indigenous Scholarships and Support
Indigenous Student Scholarship and a range of other support services available
to Indigenous students. CQU offers most of its courses online with support
centres available around the country. You can find out more about this
scholarship and support services HERE.
links to jobs for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders. You can find these
Mindaroo Generation One – In School Parent Employment Service
The In-School Parent Employment
Service (IPES) project supports young parents living around the suburb of
Armadale to secure sustainable employment.
Mindaroo Generation One – Indigenous Education Engagement
for communities and governments to support these schools in improving
Indigenous educational outcomes from kindy to year 12.
a principal, a parent, work in a community or government, access to current and
best practice knowledge on how to improve Indigenous education in your
community is critical. For more information go HERE.
13 March Mental Health Career
be interested in this webinar which aims to improve awareness of how to support
young people experiencing mental ill health.
to Work Program
prepares young people with disability for the world of work and provides them
with an open employment pathway in their transition from school.
Disability Services (08
Get Ready for Work and Study
on the School to Work tab of the National Disability
Coordination Officer Program (NDC0) site.
site supports senior students to transition to further education.
University Foundation Program (UFP)
Georges Anglican Grammar School deliver UFP program in Western Australia. The course is designed to
help international students to gain places at Western Australian universities.
about the UFP HERE.
Applying for University
Tertiary Information Service Centre (TISC) undertakes a range of services for Western Australian universities.
following links to information for international student applicants at: