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SKILL UP for your future with TasTAFE

There’s never been a better time to gain the skills you need for your future. SKILL UP courses enable you quickly upskill, reskill or gain new skills, ready to enter into employment or change careers as Tasmania continues to recover from COVID-19. Courses are fee-free and depending on the course you choose, take a few …

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ICHM | Discovery Day

An ICHM Discovery Day could be for you! ICHM Discovery Days aim to get you thinking differently about your post high school studies and career development, covering a range of exciting topics including international business and tourism, luxury hotel design and hospitality opportunities. So join us for a day of fun and discovery while finding …

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Baker Job Spotlight

This Job Spotlight PDF is packed with information on job tasks, required skills, study pathways, and more.

Bond University Vice Chancellor’s Elite Scholarship

Each year, outstanding Year 12 students from across Australia are awarded prestigious Vice Chancellor’s Elite Scholarships. These students are selected on the basis of exceptional academic achievement, proven leadership ability and personal character. They have been identified by their teachers and peers for their commitment to their community and their willingness to help and inspire …

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John Curtin Scholarship Program

The John Curtin Scholarship Program invests in future leaders who intend to use their abilities and passion to lead positive change in the community. Scholars receive a high level of financial support over the duration of their undergraduate studies. More importantly, the program provides opportunities for scholars to develop the personal qualities to become a …

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Torrens University Australia | Open Day

Open Day gives you a taste of what we do and how we do it. Meet our academics, talk to current students and tour our campuses. We’re here to help you turn your dream into your career.

Jobs for people who love puzzles

Jobs for people who love puzzles

Puzzles can be toys, games, or problems that are designed to test your ingenuity. From jigsaw puzzles and computer games, to crosswords and sudoku, there are lots of different ways you could be entertained by a great puzzle. But there’s more to puzzling than just fun. You can learn useful skills (puzzles are often used …

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William Angliss Institute | Experience Day

Packed with hands-on workshops led by our Foods and Hospitality experts, you’ll spend the day gaining practical skills in Cookery, Patisserie, Coffee and Mocktail making while having fun at the same time!

How do I get a Working With Children Check in Australia?

How do I get a Working With Children Check in Australia?

Thinking of working or volunteering with children or young people? Great! You may need to get a Working With Children Check (WWCC) before you can start. What is a Working With Children Check? A WWCC is an assessment of your character and your background. They’re there to make sure  that you are a responsible, good …

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How to become a Baker

How to become a Baker

Bakers use their skills and knowledge to produce a wide variety of baked goods, both sweet and savory. They oversee the creation of food from every stage, from the initial measuring and mixing of ingredients to taking them out of the oven for final touches and finishes. If you love food, are an early bird, …

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work experience with council

Work experience with your local Council

Looking for somewhere to do your work experience? A great place to consider is your local Council. Many local Councils have structured work experience programs for high school students, as well as VET and university students looking for placements. They’re definitely worth considering on your work experience search.   Why should I do work experience …

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ICHM | Discovery Day

An ICHM Discovery Day could be for you! ICHM Discovery Days aim to get you thinking differently about your post high school studies and career development, covering a range of exciting topics including international business and tourism, luxury hotel design and hospitality opportunities. So join us for a day of fun and discovery while finding …

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Jobs for people who love sports

Jobs for people who love sports

Playing sports isn’t just fun and challenging – in addition to keeping fit, you could also develop some great skills that could be useful in life and transferable to your future workplaces.   Transferable skills you’ll gain from sports   If you’re a sports player, you’ll be well aware of the physical skills that you’ve …

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A Taste of Le Cordon Bleu, Sydney

Discover what it’s like to study at the prestigious Le Cordon Bleu Culinary Arts and Hospitality Management Institute. You are invited to a Taste of Le Cordon Bleu Sydney to spend an evening with our chefs and students who will showcase their skills, give you an insight into the food, wine and gastronomy business, and …

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Northcott Scholarships

Are you a person with disability and are currently studying at TAFE, University or other Registered Training Organisation (RTO)? Are you thinking about embarking on tertiary studies, but are worried about managing the extra costs and logistics? Having a disability is not a barrier to reaching your educational goals. Financial assistance from one our tertiary …

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Bert Evans Apprentice Scholarships

Finishing your apprenticeship training can be tough when you’ve experienced hardship. The Bert Evans Apprentice Scholarships are there to help.

Torrens University Australia | Open Day

Open Day gives you a taste of what we do and how we do it. Meet our academics, talk to current students and tour our campuses. We’re here to help you turn your dream into your career.

William Angliss Institute | Experience Day

Angliss Experience Day offers an insight into the exciting Experience Industry, with glimpses into a range of careers. Aspiring flavour innovators will get a feel for working in a commercial kitchen. Speak to our staff and trainers to tour our award-winning facilities and learn more about course information and our application process.

VU Polytechnic | Information Session: Wurundjeri Skills for Success

The 12-day Wurundjeri Skills for Success (Commercial Cookery Work Ready Program), hosted by Victoria University Polytechnic and National Indigenous Culinary Institute, will support you to gain an apprenticeship as a chef in a top Melbourne restaurant. You will learn to use food preparation equipment, prepare dishes using basic methods of cookery, hygienic practices for food …

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BMIHMS | Open Day

Discover how world-class training at Blue Mountains International Hotel Management School at Torrens University (BMIHMS) can lead you to a successful career in hotel management. Hear from our academics and learn about unique industry placements around the world with leading brands, including Accor, Four Seasons, Hilton Hotels & Resorts and many more. Get a taste …

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Aurora Internship Program Indigenous Scholarships

The Internship Program continues to focus on supporting Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students and graduates via internships as pathways to jobs in Indigenous organisations and other organisations working in the Indigenous sector.

National Skills Commission – Skills Clusters

Skills clusters show groups of similar specialist tasks. The specialist tasks are designed to describe day-to-day work within an occupation. These tasks are broadly transferable – if you can do one task in the cluster, you can do the others. Skills clusters illustrate a new way of looking at the labour market at a ‘deeper’ …

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VU | VU Guaranteed

Benefits   Our exclusive VU Guaranteed program offers Year 11 and 12 students from partnership schools a guaranteed place at Victoria University (VU) or Victoria University Polytechnic (VU Polytechnic), prior to their final Year 12 exams. A guaranteed place at VU – Feel confident going into your exams knowing that you have a guaranteed a …

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WSU | HSC True Reward

Benefits   Our HSC True Reward early offer program will give school leavers much needed peace of mind, providing students an early offer into most university degrees based on their Year 11 or Year 12 results.   Eligibility   The HSC True Reward program is open to both domestic and international NSW HSC students. Depending …

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UOW | Early Admission

Benefits   UOW’s Early Admissions give you the chance to receive an early offer before sitting exams. You do not need to meet any particular subject band results or ATAR score unless specified. Once you accept your offer in the portal – which will be provided with your offer – there’s nothing more you need …

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SCU | Early Offer Program

Benefits   The Early Offer program allows you to secure your place in a Southern Cross University degree before your Year 12 results are even released. It’s designed to remove some of the pressure from Year 12 and give you a pathway directly into university study that is not based solely on your Year 12 …

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Macquarie | Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Entry Pathway (ATSIEP)

Benefits   The Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Entry Pathway (ATSIEP) is run by Walanga Muru – Macquarie University. This admissions pathway provides opportunities for Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander students to study undergraduate level courses at Macquarie University and determines readiness for study or providing advice on alternative opportunities.   Eligibility   To be …

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The Wonderful World of Dog Grooming

If you’re a huge dog lover, this is probably a career you’ve considered many times: dog grooming. Getting to meet and work with tons of adorable dogs every day? Yes please! We’ve found some great videos that might give you a little bit of career inspiration. Take a look.   Colourful and fun   Gabriel …

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Kenvale College | Open Day 2022

Travel the world with your taste buds as our students take you on a journey through local delights to exotic cuisines! We warmly welcome all to our Food Festival Open Day. Our Open Day is the perfect opportunity for our current students to celebrate and showcase the skills and experience they’ve acquired with you all …

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UWA Fogarty Scholarship Program

The UWA Fogarty Scholarship Program is one of Australia’s premier scholarship programs. It is a joint venture between the Fogarty Foundation and the University of Western Australia investing in the future leaders of our state.

ANU Tuckwell Scholarship Program

The Tuckwell Scholarship Program is the most transformational undergraduate scholarship program in Australia. We award 25 Scholarships each year and offer talented and motivated students the opportunity to realise their potential by providing financial support, personal enrichment and development opportunities. Most importantly, Scholars can connect with and learn from one another within our home on …

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Flinders Sophia Fund Indigenous Bursaries

A generous donation from the Sophia Fund, has enabled the establishment of the Sophia Fund Indigenous Bursaries. They have been established to encourage Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students to undertake a higher education course.

VU Polytechnic | Commercial Cookery Work Ready Program Info Session

Learn essential work ready skills and advance your knowledge in commercial cookery. The 10-day Commercial Cookery Work Ready Program, hosted by Victoria University Polytechnic and National Indigenous Culinary Institute, will support you to gain an apprenticeship as a chef in a top Melbourne restaurant. You will learn to use food preparation equipment, prepare dishes using …

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How to become a Jewellery Designer

How to become a Jewellery Designer

Jewellery Designers conceptualise and design all different kinds of jewellery and accessories, including rings, necklaces, piercings, watches, brooches, and much more. They can work with a variety of materials, including metals, precious stones, glass, plastic, and others. They may work individually with a client looking to create a specific vision, or design unique pieces to …

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Rural and Regional Enterprise Scholarships Program (RRESP)

The Rural and Regional Enterprise Scholarships Program (RRESP) supports access to tertiary education for people from regional and remote areas of Australia studying any discipline, from Certificate IV to PhD level with an eligible higher education provider or vocational education and training institution. Scholarship recipients can choose any mode of study – face-to-face or online/by …

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Box Hill Institute | Beauty Tour and Q&A Session

Thinking of studying this year? Come tour our purpose-built beauty salon, where Box Hill students get to experience a hands-on, real life environment to practice hair and beauty techniques. ​ Come and meet our teachers, take a tour of our facilities and have your questions answered.

Rosemary Bishop Indigenous Education Scholarship

The Rosemary Bishop Indigenous Education Scholarship is available to any Indigenous child from regional, rural and remote communities and towns throughout Australia who will be entering Year 7 in 2023. Scholarships are limited to two children per family.

Atatürk Scholarship

The Atatürk Scholarship was founded in 2020 by members of the Australian Turkish community to provide financial assistance to Australian students of Turkish ancestry who strive to excel in studies, enhancing peace and friendship between all people and all nations. The Scholarship provides financial assistance to students commencing their first year of tertiary study at …

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QUT QIC Indigenous Tertiary Scholarship

The QIC Indigenous Tertiary Scholarship is a key component of QIC’s Reconciliation Action Plan’s focus on employment and the talent pipeline. This scholarship is aimed at supporting and enabling Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students enrolling in and continuing their university education.

WSU Enid Helen Hort and Family Scholarship

The Enid Helen Hort and Family Scholarships are intended to ensure that people of all walks of life have the opportunity to attend University including those who may have experienced financial hardship, or those who may not have come from a privileged background.

Deakin Western Chances Scholarships

Deakin, in collaboration with Western Chances, is connecting talented students in Melbourne’s west directly to our scholarships program to support them to complete their tertiary education.

UOW The Edna Campbell Scholarship for Women

This scholarship is to honour the life of Mrs Edna Campbell. The scholarship is to support women who originate from either the Wollongong, Shellharbour, Kiama or Shoalhaven Local Government Area who are the first in their family to attend University and may be facing disadvantage.

University of Adelaide Access Scholarship

The University of Adelaide will award a number of scholarships for students commencing undergraduate programs in 2022 who have not commenced a post-secondary program of study previously (university or VET).

How to become an Event Planner

How to become an Event Planner

Event Planners are responsible for planning, organising, and overseeing a variety of events. This can include things like functions, conferences, parties, meetings, and much more. They usually work with a client to tailor their event exactly to the client’s vision. If you are outgoing and friendly, are organised and an excellent time manager, and love …

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Torrens University Australia – Not too late to apply

At Torrens University Australia, their next trimester commences on the 14th of February, so it’s not too late to apply. So why study with Torrens? They have removed ATAR as an entry requirement, for good Small class sizes Your own personal Success Coach to help you navigate university life A focus on practical, hands-on learning …

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UQ Link Scholarship

This scholarship provides assistance to students who have experienced educational disadvantage as a result of financial hardship, who are undertaking tertiary studies for the first time.

Charles Sturt AHO Tertiary Accommodation Grants

Access to affordable accommodation is a significant barrier that impacts on Aboriginal tertiary education rates across New South Wales. The grants will provide eligible Aboriginal students with assistance to source affordable accommodation options.

UC | The Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Foundation Program

Benefits   If you’re a First Nations student, the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Foundation Program can help you build the communication and study skills you’ll need to undertake a degree at the University of Canberra. The program also provides an alternative entry pathway for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students to study at UC if you …

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JCU Access Fund

The JCU Access Fund could be the answer if money problems stand between you and a higher education at James Cook University (JCU). Your financial circumstances are taken into consideration when awarding these scholarships and bursaries.

VU | JYAC Foundations at VU

Benefits   Foundations at VU is a fully funded 13-week course providing you an alternative pathway, if you didn’t meet direct entry requirements, to reach your goal of studying a higher education undergraduate or diploma course. It could be that your study scores were significantly lower than you expected, or that your final year of …

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CDU Equity Award for Full-time Students

To provide financial support to students who may face challenges when completing their studies and to further develop the equitable and inclusive environment at Charles Darwin University.

UniSA | Aboriginal Pathway

Benefits   The Aboriginal Pathway Program is a free, one and a half year program to prepare indigenous students for university study. It is open to all people who identify as Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander and can lead to entry into a university degree at UniSA. It is taught at five locations: Metropolitan Adelaide …

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UNE | Internal Selection Program

Benefits   The Internal Selection on Program (ISP) is designed for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people with professional work or community experience and any formal qualifications from TAFE or other training providers.  The Oorala Aboriginal Centre will work with you to determine your readiness to enrol in higher education at the University of New England. …

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University of Adelaide Augustus Short Scholarship

Thanks to the generous support of donors, the Augustus Short Scholarships are available to students of high academic merit who come from rural or remote areas, challenging financial circumstances or another disadvantage.

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