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The Australian Apprenticeships Ambassadors Programme


Initiative acts to:
  • Improving the image of TVET

Initiative description
Australia has a well-established apprenticeships system, but a steady decline in the enrolment rate has raised concerns. One of the main causes of this decline is the negative public perception of apprenticeships. The Australian Apprenticeships Ambassadors Program aims to raise their status. The programme recruits prominent figures and high-performing former apprentices and trainees as ambassadors, and then organizes events and business forums where ambassadors showcase the apprenticeship system. As of 2017, the programme has more than 200 active ambassadors who have appeared at numerous events organized by the Department of Education and Training, as well as at local events. The events are promoted via social media. An online platform increases the programme’s outreach, sharing success stories about former apprentices and enabling the public to invite ambassadors to their local events. As of 2017, the programme has reached 6 million people across Australia.

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Overview of the initiative
Implemented by: The Government of Australia
From/until: 2003/open
Country:Australia
Email contact: The team
apprenticeshipsambassadors (at) education.gov.au

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