Supporting Women to achieve VET-based Careers

IntoWork Australia is a leading national provider of employment, skills and support services that enable educational, economic and workforce participation. IntoWork has 40 years’ experience in the delivery of workforce participation solutions and community support programs. IntoWork delivers services through its national Group of 19 businesses and delivery partners, employing over 1,800 staff in more than 140 locations across the country. Each business in the Group shares a common goal of creating ‘Vibrant Futures’ through quality services delivered in local communities.

IntoWork Australia offers a range of services linked to VET based careers for women, this includes Group Training, Registered Training, Australian Apprenticeship Support Network, Government Employment Services, and funded cohort specific programs. Each IntoWork Australia business has strong representation of females at all staffing levels, including support staff, trainers and field mentors, mid-tier, senior leadership, and board membership.

IntoWork Australia’s National Group Training Services (Delivered by AGA, Kestrel, HTN, MRAEL, Skill Hire and Work & Training) has seen 1,100+ females successfully complete their traineeship or apprenticeship since 2018. This equates to 45.95% of total completions of that period. The current active female Apprentices / Trainees exceeds 640 females with the IntoWork GTO network.

IntoWork Australia’s National AASN services (Delivered by Mas National and the Mas Experience) currently supports more than 18,500 female apprentices, representing 33+% of total active apprentices. Mas has supported over 17,000 females complete their Apprenticeship or Traineeship since Feb 2020.

IntoWork Australia’s AASN, Registered Training Organisations and Group Training Organisations have representation of females at all staffing levels, including support roles, trainers, mid-tier, and senior leadership staff. This representation ensures that as an organisation we walk the walk and talk the talk.

This discussion paper encompasses the views of the IntoWork Group of businesses, using the lens from training, employment and support services that are delivered, supporting more women to achieve long term and sustainable VET- based careers.

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