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Youth Jobs PaTH is a flexible new approach to youth employment. It is designed to support young people to gain the skills and work experience they need to get and keep a job.
It also supports employers to host internship placements and provides them with incentives when they take on a young person.
Youth Jobs PaTH has three elements which are:
• Prepare
• Trial
• Hire

Prepare
Prepare helps young people become job ready by providing intensive pre-employment training. Employability Skills Training (EST) gives young people the opportunity to enhance their employability through 2 different blocks of targeted training.  Participating in training will help young people understand the expectations of employers in both the recruitment process and as a new employee in the workplace.
 
Trial
Trial provides young people with voluntary internship opportunities to help them gain real work experience in Australian businesses. From 1 April 2017, job seekers, employers and employment service providers can work together to design work experience placements which will run for between four to 12 weeks
 
Hire
If the YOUTH JOBS PaTH participant is successful in their Trial Phase, the best possible outcome is that the Host Employer offers the participant paid employment.
Alternatively, participants may have grown the confidence and skills required to source employment on their own.
 
For more information please contact: 1800 872 297 | info@aets.edu.au

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Youth Jobs PaTH - Block 2 Course

Unique to our program is our strength-based approach designed to build the resilience of our young people, to focus on their strengths and celebrate their abilities by developing their “brand”. The program will involve industry exploration providing insights into the nature and diversity of the local labour market, allowing our participants to become more informed about current jobs or entry skills needs. The program will equip young people with the employability skills to: •... [More]
Assessments are made against units of competency.
  • Use strategies to identify job opportunities (FSKLRG07)
  • Use basic strategies for career planning (FSKLRG03)