Skillset TradeUP – Ready, Set, GO into a Trade Career

Skillset TradeUP is a trade careers program for high school students in Years 7 to 12 to increase their exposure to trade careers and activities, local employers and mentoring to maximise the transition into trade careers.

The TradeUp program is funded by the NSW Government Stronger Country Communities Fund for high schools in Orange and Dubbo NSW regions.

We offer a variety of services including future career presentations, in-depth career preparation days for school leavers, resume writing and mock interviews, attendance at career nights and expos, subject selection support, mentoring support activities, work experience support and connection into other Skillset services that would be helpful for high school students.

Contact us if your school is interested in a TradeUp session

What TradeUP can offer your school

GET READY
GET SET
GO

Is your school interested in hosting a TradeUP session?

Get in touch today.

1300 853 525

“The Central West Careers Advisers Association has benefited greatly from its association with Skillset and the TradeUP program. It is important for our members to be able to provide students with current and relevant industry information to support their career planning. TradeUP is also able to connect us with services and opportunities that will assist students to transition with ease to the workplace. The CWCAA values the industry knowledge that Skillset and the TradeUP team provide both to network members as well as to our students.”

– Glen Pearson, Central West Careers Advisers Association President and Orange High School Careers Adviser

Proudly supported by the NSW Government

Australia Skillset would like to acknowledge and pay respect to the traditional custodians of the lands on which we work.
We are honoured to be on the ancestral lands of those whose cultures are among the oldest living cultures in human history. We pay respect to the Elders, past, present and to the younger generation of the community who will be the future leaders in years to come.