New Education and Training Model (NETM)
The Western Parkland City is a fast-growing centre for jobs and innovation.
With the development of the new Western Sydney International Airport and surrounding Aerotropolis, industries such as advanced manufacturing, defence and aerospace, pharmaceutical manufacturing, freight and logistics, and agribusiness are growing.
Building skills for the future
The skills needed to fill jobs in emerging industries are rapidly changing. With such fast-evolving technology, our world-class education and training system can’t always keep pace.
The New Education and Training Model (NETM) fills this gap by working in partnership with industry and leading education providers to deliver micro-credentials – short, targeted training courses of about 40 hours each – that allow workers to quickly build the knowledge, skills, and experience that employers need.
For learners, NETM micro-credentials allow you to upskill and take advantage of exciting new career opportunities, right on your doorstep.
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The New Education and Training Model is building skills for jobs of the future.
Here's how it works -- Industry partners identify skills gaps and propose micro-credentials. Leading industry experts vet the proposals and top education providers are chosen for each micro-credential. They collaborate with industry partners to design and deliver training to learners, who then receive digital credentials to validate their skills.
Find out more at wpca.sydney/netm.
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