Work placement opportunities are a mutually beneficial partnership between employers and students where the student is given the opportunity to learn the skills of a trade, develop those skills through experience, and understand what it’s like to be part of the workforce.
Students who are enrolled in a Vocational Education and Training (VET) subject, whether through school or TAFE, are required to complete a work placement program in years 11 and 12. This typically requires a minimum of 70 hours of mandatory structured work placement during the final two years of schooling to complete the student’s Higher School Certificate (HSC).
If you would like to learn more about providing a work placement opportunity within your business, please contact us.
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DOE Employer Guide to Workplace Learning
DOE Additional Information for Employers
CSNW Employer Guide to Workplace Learning
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