The Mining and Manufacturing Career Awareness Program (MAMCAP) is a tailored program to assist in career awareness for the Mining and Manufacturing sectors.
The program is aligned to the Australian Secondary School Curriculum and involves an engaging presentation leading into a hands-on activity to show case the diverse careers and pathways options within the sectors.
TMEC have developed three programs, one each for Mining and Manufacturing, and a combination program incorporating both. The program is designed for years 9 -12 students.
If you’re a student interested in a Mining or Advanced Manufacturing career, talk with your teacher about organising a presentation by the Tasmanian Minerals, Manufacturing and Energy Council (TMEC).
Career pathways in mining, manufacturing and energy
The mining, manufacturing and energy industries cover a diverse range of products and services – directly employing 25,800 Tasmanians and needing 10,000 more from all walks of life by 2040.
You can start some of your vocational training in school, choose an apprenticeship or traineeship with an employer or Group Training Organisation, or take a University pathway.
Teacher education resources
Interactive school experiences
Discover the every day and extraordinary things made and mined in Tasmania as well as interactive experiences on the Soldamatic virtual welders and VR headsets as well as curriculum-aligned programs for the classroom or at their TMEC headquarters.
Insight Tours for schools
Book an excursion hosted by TMEC where students learn first hand about the science, innovation and technology being used to drive a smarter, cleaner and diverse set of industries.
Learn more or register your interest to book your school group in for visits to their member industries for first hand learning about minerals, manufacturing and renewable energy.