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Women in Defence Industry Scholarship

Want an exciting and rewarding long-term career in the defence industry?

Applications for the first round of 2021 are now closed.  Delivered in partnership with industry, the Women in Defence Industry Scholarship provides 6 months of free technical training to prepare you for employment in WA’s booming defence industry. 

This industry is continually growing and evolving with new technologies. WA needs skilled workers to meet future requirements across the defence industry's major projects. 

There are 20 fully-funded scholarship places available for women of all ages and backgrounds who have just finished school, returning to work or seeking a career change.

Scholarship details: 

UEE21911 Certificate II in Electronics:  Introduction to the world of electronics to gain knowledgeable and practical workshop skills.

MEM30505 Certificate III Engineering- Technical:  Learn general engineering concepts and how drawings are transformed into buildings and manufactured items.

Duration:

6 months full-time
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday commencing Monday 8 February 2021.

Location:

Munster campus

Scholarship aims:

•    Foster an understanding of the technical career opportunities in the defence industry
•    Teach foundation mechanical engineering design, operations and maintenance  
•    Provide technical skills and an understanding of technology and automation in the defence industry
•    Assist students with a pathway to employment or higher-level qualifications 
•    Provide a pathway to a career in engineering drafting, or as an engineering associate.

Entry requirements:

Applicants are required to be female, Australian residents and must be competent in communication and mathematics. These skills are equivalent to completion of Year 10, but may also be achieved through previous work or informal learning experiences. The scholarship has been designed to meet the needs of women who are returning to work, seeking a career change, recently completed high school or as an alternative pathway to university. The learning environment is structured to provide a high level of support for students returning to formal education.
 

More information

  • Applications have now closed
  • Successful applicants will be notified by Thursday 14 January if they have received an interview
  • Interviews will take place from Monday 18 January to Wednesday 20 January 2021
  • Successful applicants will be notified by Thursday 28 January
  • Applicants must include their resume/CV and a transcript of their highest study (Highschool/TAFE/Uni) to be considered.

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