Year13 - Planning today for Australia's future skills

To streamline digital career pathways and make digital training more accessible for everyone, the Digital Skills Organisation (DSO) has partnered with school-leaver service provider Year13 to demonstrate the value and diverse opportunities of careers in the digital technology sector.

Alongside the other Skills Organisation Pilots in Mining and Human Services, Year13 will launch an educative campaign that enables young people to learn more about industry insights, related life skills and different career paths.

In breaking down the stereotypes and stigmas of digital roles, the DSO’s partnership initiative will deliver a series of free online learning modules, highlighting the transferability and wide range of opportunities that digital career pathways present.

“We are empowering youth to make the decision on whether pursuing a career pathway in one of these areas is right for them,” said Year13 CEO Will Stubley.

The campaign supports the Australian Government’s interactive education strategy to show young people the incredible opportunities available in these major industries to supply Australia with the right talent that employers need.

View full press release here: Planning today for Australia's future skills