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LEARN TO WORK: DEADLY
November 12, 2019 - December 14, 2019
Coffs Harbour 12th, 13th & 14th November
Port Macquarie 19th, 20th & 21st November
Students requiring transport in surrounding areas will be collected on the way from Macksville being the central point to each location.
I would like to showcase this wonderful opportunity as a number of employers have been approved for the Elsa Dixon Grant and will be searching for School Based Trainees ready to commence next year.
Possible placements include, Administration, Health Services, Local Government, Education Support. Can you please distribute this throughout your networks, schools and interested students.
The “Learn to Work Deadly” pilot program is a great opportunity for Aboriginal students to find out about local careers and gain knowledge around pathways available so they can make informed decisions about their future career choice. This program has been designed in consultation with NSW’s public and local government to meet the needs of employers in preparing students for the Elsa Dixon School Based Traineeship recruitment for 2020.
The “Learn to Work Deadly” program will be delivered in a number of locations across the Mid North Coast region from Coffs Harbour to Port Macquarie. If you have keen and capable students that would benefit from participating in this program, this could be the opportunity they may be looking for, please see the flyer attached for more information.
Please send keen and capable student nominations email@example.com
If you have any questions, please give me a call on 0448 987 240
The Learn to Work Deadly Program is a great opportunity for Aboriginal students to find out about local careers and gain knowledge
around pathways available so they can make informed decisions about their future career choice.
The Learn to Work Deadly Program is a 3 day career
exposure/preparation program where students will:
• use hands-on practical activities to develop the employability
skills required to engage, thrive and strive in the workplace.
• meet with employers during tours of industry facilities to
showcase a range of careers and get a better idea of the
future world of work
• develop critical thinking, problem solving, team work and
communication skills through the use of new and emerging
• be involved in industry specific projects
Program participants will be encouraged to apply for available positions
through the Elsa Dixon School Based Traineeship Program for 2020
Suitable participants may be sourced from this program to fill a range of
local opportunities targeting year 10 students to commence a school based
traineeship in 2020