Technology Cadetships are a fast track start to a career in Manufacturing and they may suit your enterprise.
Employers of Technology Cadets are eligible for Government incentives similar to those paid for Australian Apprenticeships.
The Technology Cadetship is a new initiative developed by the Ai Group (Australian Industry Group) to provide more efficient pathways for school leavers to enter technical occupations in modern Manufacturing.
Technology Cadetships are flexible enough to develop a tailored package of skills that may suit your business or enterprise needs. The range of pathways includes…
Technology Cadetships provide the cadet not only specific technical skills but also analytical, problem solving and planning skills and they have a strong focus on flexibility and innovation. Importantly they are a great platform for further career development. It is possible go on to Certificate V and VI (Diploma, Advanced Diploma), and the Cadet may also obtain credit for Engineering Degree entrance.
Year 12 is generally considered a minimum entry requirement and maths, science and design and technology are considered advantageous subjects.Recognition of Skills
And a cadet may be eligible for Recognition of Skills
They can apply for recognition of existing skills. This is known as Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) or Recognition of Current Competency (RCC). Recognised skills and competency can lead to a Statement of Attainment for Units of Competency or count towards the achievement of a Training Package Qualification.
Pay and conditions
A Technology Cadet…
DIY or Group Training Organisation
For more information on Group Training for a Technology Cadet visit What does AiGTS do?
For more general information on Technology Cadetships go to Ai Group Technology Cadetship webpages
Manufacturing Skills Australia
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