MTC Australia Blog
Finding and keeping a job is about more than technical skills. Effective verbal and written communication are key skills that your next employer will be looking for.
Once employed you’ll need to communicate in various ways with colleagues, customers and … Continued
Having a child is one of life’s great joys, and it’s a time for absolute merriment and celebration. However, many women in the workforce can find this time very challenging if they choose to step away from their professional roles … Continued
Many of the interviews that you’ll undertake will begin with a phone call. Upon receiving your resume, employers will shortlist a number of people to call as a first interview. This call is often about more general topics although it … Continued
MTC Australia and Australian Retailers Association (ARA) Retail Institute have signed a Memorandum of Understanding to provide jobseekers with a “pathway to retail employment” by combining Certificate II in Retail training, work experience and the Skills for Education and Employment … Continued
One of the most stressful parts of the job search process is writing a resume. When you crack the code on how to write a resume that can get your foot in the door, the job search process gets much … Continued
The interview process is a crucial part of your job search. While the employer evaluates your suitability for the role, you also get an opportunity to learn more about the company you are applying for. To help you make a … Continued
Warrakirri College has recently joined forces with the organisation, Walkers Moving and Storage in order to establish the School-to-Work program. The program is a collaboration between the two organisations that assists in developing the link between education and workforce skills … Continued
Last week, the Minister for Multiculturalism John Ajaka attended the graduation ceremony of the SkillME vocational employment program for migrants and refugees.
The program helps migrants and refugees up-skill and have their previous qualifications recognised in Australia to gain local … Continued