The Australian Industry Group (Ai Group) is Australia's leading industry organisation representing 10,000 employers in manufacturing, construction, automotive, telecommunications, IT & call centres, transport, labour hire and other industries. Ai Group's members operate businesses of all sizes throughout Australia and represent a broad and expanding range of sectors. We provide comprehensive advice and assistance to help members run their businesses more effectively and to become more competitive on a domestic and international level.
The Australian Government is funding 25 Australian Technical Colleges across Australia in areas where there are skills needs, a high youth population and a strong industry base. These Colleges cater for Years 11 and 12 students who wish to study for their Year 12 certificate and start an apprenticeship whilst still at school (Australian School-based Apprenticeship).
Employment terms and conditions.
Bored of Studies strives to provide current year 12 and year 11 students with all the resources and support they need to succeed during the 2 years that form the most important part of their education and subsequently, their futures.
Whether you're currently in the workforce, studying, looking for a career change or unemployed, Career Zone has something to offer.
DollarsandSense has been developed by the Commonwealth Bank as part of its commitment to helping Australian teenagers develop sound financial skills.
For young people.
How to start a business.
Grow a business.
Support services for young people.
Latest news and events.
The Foundation for Young Australians is an independent national grant-making organisation, funding and working in partnership with youth-led initiatives which aim to positively contribute to young people and their communities.
apprenticeships, training, labour market, skills shortages.
Australian Government information website.
Hobsons Guides website - Universities & TAFE.
The Government Education Portal is a gateway to more than 5,000 websites providing reliable information about education and training in Australia.
Information on jobs for university graduates.
"What Job For You" section.
Job Network is the Australian Government's key employment programme.
Search for Information on Occupations and Careers
Find out about job prospects, weekly earnings, type of work and other useful occupational information.
Information on Study and Exams for NSW HSC Students.
Information for Parents and Carers of HSC Students.
Beyond the HSC: Careers info, options for University etc.
This new web site includes:
Quick access to details of all the courses that you are studying, past exam papers in those courses and your own personalised exam timetable
Access to a variety of pods, such as News, Past Papers and Practice Tests, and the ability to keep the pods that you want and hide the ones you don't to create your own home page
Links to all relevant HSC materials, including key dates and news, syllabuses, notes from markers of previous exams and other related materials
An interactive 'To Do' pod where you can make notes and set your study and assignment priorities
An interactive essential links pod where you can add links to your favourite sites
Answers to more than 100 frequently asked questions about the HSC
Access to Assessment Rank Order Notices.
Database on vocational education and training in Australia.
Government information on apprenticeships and traineeships.
Offered a job? know your legal rights, Audio.
If you are about to leave school in Australia or if you are returning to study, the Hobsons Guides website will help you choose the best course, campus and institution to meet your needs.
Your single point of access to the vast range of vocational education and training information, products and services in Australia.
Search courses or providers in your postcode area.
Workplace Relations Regulations.
WorkChoices will cover up to 85 per cent of Australian workers. Find out more about how the new system will apply to you.
Information on employment, government assistance, jobs, careers, training and working conditions.
Workplace rights & rules
Fact sheets & tools
2006 will be our 29th year of operation in Australia . To date more than 185,000 young Australians have participated in our programs which link education with business to provide young people with skills and knowledge to better equip them for their future working lives.
Our Mission is to build partnerships with business, government, education and the community to provide all Australians, particularly our young Australians the opportunity to access vital business enterprise programs regardless of location, circumstances, curricula choice, career paths or academic strengths.
LOOKING FOR WORK. Here's some practical stuff that will help you get a head start on finding a job!
GOT THE JOB. Not sure about your workplace rights? Confused about what entitlements you should receive? This info should help!
LEAVING THE JOB. Want to move on or been sacked? Check out the info here.
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