Building on the success of the project in Makwe, the following years,1999 and 2000, saw a cluster of schools in the vicinity benefit from SAW teams.
Zimbabwe as it is where the first muti-national, multi-skilled SAW project took place, in a community called Makwe in 1998.
TRAC was a pioneering program of vocational learning for school students in Years 11 and 12 centred around structured and assessed work placements. It was designed and developed in 1989 by the Dusseldorp Skills Forum.
This training video has been produced to assist Y Green programs replicate the Captain Y Green experience to assist with household recruitment through local primary schools.
Watch Tiga Bayles' welcome from the launch of 'How young Indigenous people are faring' and 'Keeping Up' and hear from practitioners working in the good practice examples.
WorldSkills Australia, Dusseldorp Skills Forum and RMIT are partnering to find out about excellence in skills. We asked competitors to share their experience.
The Quick Hut experience gives a detailed explanation of how teams of students and young skilled apprentices came together to solve a problem.
We have partnered to develop local jobs that provide real pathways from school to work in a remote community.
WorldSkills Australia hosts some of the nation’s largest and most logistically-complex events, catering for up to 60 different skill categories.
Jodi Pincus, Director of California Youth Energy Services talks about combining the home audit with skill development and work opportunities for young people.