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Department of Education Employment and Workplace Relations (DEEWR) - Indigenous cadetship support

 

Overview

Indigenous cadetship support formerly the National Indigenous cadetship project or program (NICP) links Indigenous Australian students with employers in cadetship arrangements involving full-time study and work placements. This enables students to get professional qualifications and experience in a range of jobs and move into ongoing employment when they complete their studies.
Applicants must be Indigenous Australians studying full-time (or enrolled to study full-time) at an Australian TAFE college, registered training organisation or university in a diploma, advanced diploma or their first undergraduate degree. Students undertake a 12-week paid work placement (or equivalent) for each year of their cadetship, usually between academic years.

Application details: Refer to the information page (see link below).

Contacts

The Department of Employment and Workplace Relations
Indigenous employment line
Ph: 1802 102 (toll free)
Email: ics@deewr.gov.au.

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Last updated: 10 March 2011
 
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