Power Up Newsletter January 2022

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Issue 3 – January 2022

Try Your Trade – 6 March, Lygon Street Carlton North

Try Your Trade is our first on-site expo involving hands-on tool trials, virtual reality learning and a chance to talk directly with teachers, current female apprentices and mentors.

Designed to encourage women to experience what a career in the electrical industry can look like, pre-registrations for this initial event open 7 February.

Try Your Trade is an initiative delivered by NECA Education & Careers as part our Women and Their Trade (WaTT) program focusing on empowering women to succeed within the electrical industry. It was launched in October 2021 in conjunction with Apprenticeships Victoria.

Contact us for more information.

AMP UP YOUR BUSINESS – Hire an electrical apprentice

Save time & money, eliminate uncertainty. Hiring quality work-ready apprentices from us is a great way to grow your business. Small and medium contractors get ahead by partnering with our hassle-free and flexible process.

Tell us your needs: the type of work, the jobs, the time, the skills required.

We provide ‘work ready’ apprentices with pre-employment safety inductions, Elevated Work Platform (EWP) cards, full PPE (uniform, safety boots & glasses) and complete tool kits.

We take care of wages, superannuation, workers’ compensation, pre-employment medical checks (including drug and alcohol testing) and Work Cover.

We take care of enrolment at trade school, monitoring of trade school progress, and completion of training agreement.

We manage all administration and remain the legal employer whilst providing continuous mentoring, guidance and support for you and the apprentice all the way.

Contact us for more information.

Victorian Public Service Traineeships available NOW

Are you a young person with a disability looking for work?

NECA Education & Careers can help you apply for Jobs Victoria’s Youth Employment Scheme Disability Stream.

If you’re aged 17 to 29, and meet the eligibility criteria, you can apply for a traineeship in the Victorian Public Service.

It’s a great opportunity to learn new skills and gain a qualification while being paid.

To learn more contact adisa.husanovic@necaeducation.com.au or call

0400 512 041.

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