How to help Gen Z in the workplace

If you’re an employer thinking about taking on a school-aged apprentice and trainee, this online forum might help answer any question you have. ‘Supporting Gen Z in the workplace’ was a forum for employers of school-aged apprentices and trainee. It was a joint initiative between The Van Diemen Project and the Department for Education, Children and Young People.

The forum covered many useful topics:

  • Dispelling some of the myths around young people in the workplace
  • How employers can best support and train young people
  • How to address a significant generation gap amongst staff
  • How to foster positive wellbeing for young people in the workplace
  • How employers and school facilitators can network
  • A general discussion about Australian School-based Apprenticeships and Traineeships

Panel Members include

  • Amanda Barker – Years 9-12 Learning, Department for Education, Children and Young People (Tasmania)
  • Vanessa Skipworth – Tasmanian Minerals, Manufacturing & Energy Council
  • Josh Brown – Apricus Launceston
  • Monique Catterall – Calm Minds Healthy Bodies
  • MC’d by Adam Mostogl – The Van Diemen Project

Watch: Supporting Gen Z in the Workplace forum on YouTube

Call: Chat to a member of the ApTSL (Apprenticeships and Traineeships for School-aged Learners) team on +61 3 6165 5404

Email: Years 9 – 12 Learning

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