The Gateway to Industry Schools program is addressing the skills shortage issue by investing and creating talent pipelines in high schools.
To inspire and attract young people into a career in manufacturing, they need to see and experience what type of jobs are available to them now, and into the future.
Choosing to become a host workplace and providing support for school students undertaking work placement in the advanced manufacturing and engineering sector.
Work placement provides a vital link between young people and the world of work and ensures students gain realistic industry experience.
Being part of the work placement programs or training packages, can help you to identify talented future employees in your local area, create the supervisory, training and mentoring skills of your staff, provide students with knowledge of the value of work and raise the quality of those coming into your industry.
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