World Youth Skills Day, what is it? Why is it important? Well, currently there are rising levels of youth unemployment across the world, with the UN viewing this problem as one of the most significant issues facing economies and societies today.
MIGAS Apprentices and Trainees are off to the Brisbane Truck Show in May. Why? Well this year we will be joining the careers hub with our recruiters and mentors ready talk to you about apprenticeships and traineeships in the industry.
Seven apprentices and trainees from across Australia have been awarded scholarship prizes incorporating financial support and professional development funding totalling $15,000 to help set them up for their future.
The holiday season is sneaking up fast and while it is typically a busy time of year spent catching up with family and friends, it can also be a time when young people experience a spike in those well-meaning questions about their future plans. *sigh*
Anglo American has partnered with MIGAS Apprentices and Trainees to launch the 2019 apprenticeship program for their Capcoal Operations near Middlemount, with more than 550 applications received for the six underground apprenticeships since opening.
Inspired by his mum, this ambitious young man had the courage and determination to leave home on idyllic Stradbroke Island to take up the challenge of his dream apprenticeship as a Fitter and Turner in the Faculty of Science Mechanical Workshop at The University of Queensland, straight from school.
It’s that time of year when large multinational companies around Australia open applications for their major apprenticeship intakes. They do this mid-year as their programs are often large and finely tuned machines. It also allows them to review hundreds of applications and employ from 6 to 60 new apprentices or...