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Real skills for real careers case study: Jessica Baczynski
“My Australian Apprenticeship allowed me to fulfil my dreams of working on high fashion and catwalks within the industry.”
2014 ACT Apprentice of the Year Jessica Baczynski dream of a career in creative fashion came true thanks to her apprenticeship at the respected Cataldo’s Salon in Canberra. Since completing her Certificate III in Hairdressing through the Canberra Institute of Technology, Jess has worked at fashion festivals in Melbourne and Canberra, as well as on editorials and short films.
Real skills for real careers case study: Tyrone Pynor
“I never saw myself in 12 months going from a bank teller to film and television and that's all thanks to vocational education.”
Undertaking his Australian School-based Apprenticeship gave Tyrone practical experience of professional expectations, confidence and the chance to demonstrate his leadership skills. However, Tyrone realised that the business pathway was not his ultimate dream career. Wanting to pursue his passion for the creative arts, he successfully gained a traineeship with the Special Broadcasting Service (SBS) studying a Certificate IV in Screen and Media.
Real skills for real careers case study: Jess Wooley
"Dad suggested that maybe I should do an apprenticeship and that’s pretty much when my whole life changed.”
Australian Apprenticeships Ambassador Jess Wooley has found herself working in a career that she loves after completing a Certificate III in Electrotechnology (Electrician) with SA Power Networks. Now a team leader, Jess sees herself doing further management training and perhaps some project management in the future.
Real skills for real careers case study: Rachel Bacon
After trying both university and vocational education and training (VET), International Sales and Business Manager, Rachel Bacon, found she thrived with the on-the-job learning that an Australian Apprenticeship provides. By completing an Australian Apprenticeship, a Diploma of Aeroskills (Avionics) and a Diploma of Management, Rachel is now working in her dream career in the aviation industry. There are many ways to succeed. Discover how Rachel gained real skills for a real career through her Australian Apprenticeship and VET qualifications.
Real skills for real careers case study: Matt Morrissey
A commitment to continual learning, together with a love of cooking for family and friends, was instrumental in vocational education and training (VET) graduate, Matt Morrissey’s decision to change his career to undertake a Certificate III in Commercial Cookery. Matt is now a Head Chef for the BentSpoke Brewing Company, something Matt describes as his dream role. There are many ways to succeed. Discover how Matt gained real skills for a real career through his Australian Apprenticeship.
Real skills for real careers case study: Nicola Lang
Nicola Lang never dreamt that she would undergo a complete career change in her late 40s. After completing a Diploma of Nursing (Enrolled/Division 2 nursing) at TAFE Queensland South West, Nicola is now in her dream job as an enrolled nurse at St Andrew’s Ipswich Private Hospital.
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Real skills for real careers partnership case study: Adam Goodes
"I can do anything - by having a plan, by recruiting others to help me, and being true to who you are.”
GO Foundation Co-Founder Adam Goodes addresses adversity he has faced throughout his life, and explains the benefit of education.
Real skills for real careers partnership case study: Brooke Boney
"Whatever it is you want to be, you can absolutely have the life that you dream of and education is the driving force.”
Triple J/ABC Reporter Brooke Boney addresses adversity she has faced throughout her life, and explains the benefit of education.
Real skills for real careers partnership case study: Jake Thompson
"The ethos I've always carried with me is be the change that you want to see in the world because every single Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander kid is born a superhero, we simply give them a cape and teach them how to fly.”
AIME Mentoring Head of Partnerships Jake Thompson addresses adversity he has faced throughout his life, and explains the benefit of education.
This course is eligible for a VET Student Loan from the Australian Government to assist you with paying for your tuition fees.
Your initial debt amount (including the loan fee, if applicable) plus indexation must be paid back once you start earning over a certain amount.
The compulsory repayment threshold for the 2017-2018 income year is $55,874.