Very warm welcome to our new VET cadets!

Last month we welcomed 9 excited and enthusiastic Aboriginal Vocational Education Training (VET) cadets who are ready to lend their skills to teams across the Transport cluster.

After completing a 4 day induction to learn ins and outs of the business, our new recruits started work placements across the Transport cluster in TfNSW, Roads and Maritime, Sydney Trains and State Transit.

In addition to working within program, the cadets will also be studying for their Certificate IV in Business and Information Technology to boost the skills and knowledge they bring to the job.

Congratulations to our new cadets and welcome to the team!

More about the VET cadet program

Our VET Cadet program is run by the Entry Level Talent Programs team in People & Corporate Services and aims to provide Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people with a greater opportunity to develop a career with the Transport cluster.

To kickstart the program, the team partnered with Aboriginal owned and operated employment service, Yarn'n. Since piloting the program in 2015, 66 new Aboriginal VET Cadets have joined the Transport Cluster!

Last month we welcomed 9 excited and enthusiastic Aboriginal Vocational Education Training (VET) cadets who are ready to lend their skills to teams across the Transport cluster.

After completing a 4 day induction to learn ins and outs of the business, our new recruits started work placements across the Transport cluster in TfNSW, Roads and Maritime, Sydney Trains and State Transit.

In addition to working within program, the cadets will also be studying for their Certificate IV in Business and Information Technology to boost the skills and knowledge they bring to the job.

Congratulations to our new cadets and welcome to the team!

More about the VET cadet program

Our VET Cadet program is run by the Entry Level Talent Programs team in People & Corporate Services and aims to provide Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people with a greater opportunity to develop a career with the Transport cluster.

To kickstart the program, the team partnered with Aboriginal owned and operated employment service, Yarn'n. Since piloting the program in 2015, 66 new Aboriginal VET Cadets have joined the Transport Cluster!