We Provide Real Careers

The real skills for real careers—Employer Partnership Program

The Australian Government is partnering with employers across a full spectrum of industries to foster greater understanding and recognition of the crucial role VET plays in Australia’s economy.

The following partner organisations are committed to promoting VET and the career opportunities this sector can provide to their business.

How to become an employer partner

Become an employment partner and join our collective voice to reach graduates of the future and their influencers, and help them understand the benefits a VET qualification can provide.

To partner with us or to find out more, please email [email protected].

As a partner of this program, you are telling the market that your organisation provides real careers.

The value of Vocational Education and Training (VET) in career progression

“I don’t think an ‘ideal’ career path exists. It’s whatever career path you happen to take.” Naomi Mourra, Head of HR for Australia/New Zealand, BBC Studios

Listen to what some of Australia’s top employers have to say about the ideal career path. It’s not as rigid as you might expect, and there are no set rules.

What skills are Australian employers looking for?

“The best performing employees, who succeed in great careers, look beyond what’s in front of them.” Maricel Giorgioni, Director of Culture and Performance, Aspen Medical

Hear from some of Australia’s top employers as they discuss what skills and attributes they look for in new recruits.

How do I land my first job if I have limited experience?

“What I look for is somebody with a really positive, ‘can-do’ attitude. That is the single most important thing to me.” Liz Jakubowski, DATA 61 CSIRO.

It’s the age-old conundrum: You want the job but you don’t have the experience! Some of Australia’s top employers share their tips on how to approach your interview and what you can do to stand out.

Partner resources

Promote VET and your organisation’s commitment to provide real careers using our complimentary resources:

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