Workplacement is a way of preparing senior school and TAFE students for employment. Students studying Vocational Education and Training (VET) courses as part of their Higher School Certificate (HSC) are given the opportunity to learn practical skills through experience and practice in the workplace. Most courses have a minimum of 70 hours of mandatory structured work placement over two years.
Workplacement host employers assist schools and colleges to prepare young people for the workplace by providing meaningful workplace learning opportunities.
***To apply for the Business Development Consultant (Host Employer Recruitment) Role in the Workplacement Team at SWC, scroll down below***
By actively participating in work placements, students can:
Develop knowledge, skills and attitudes through real workplace experience
Learn work ethics, team work and the meaning of responsibility
Gain maturity and confidence through involvement in an adult work setting
Make informed decisions in assessing future career choices
SWC offers the right candidates a rewarding career opportunity to develop, inspire and achieve.
With a strong reputation in the school and business community for delivering innovative, engaging and impactful initiatives we are uniquely positioned to create projects that make a real and positive difference to the lives of young people in our community.
If you believe that SWC is the right organisation for you to work at, please apply for this position by completing the following recruitment process:
1. Complete the SWC Workplacement Recruitment Google Form (all sections of the form must be completed to be considered for the role)