Recent NSC events – Careers and Employment Expos and Science Alive! – Naval Shipbuilding College

Recent NSC events – Careers and Employment Expos and Science Alive!

Monday, November 23, 2020

 Science Alive! in Adelaide



Do you know how to build an Air Warfare Destroyer?


The Naval Shipbuilding College team were on hand at the Science Alive! ‘STEM Day Out’ Adelaide to give approximately 3,500 students and teachers a hands-on experience building their very own Air Warfare Destroyer.


The students were excited to hear about the science and technology behind naval shipbuilding and gain an insight into the current programs. Through our interactive augmented reality platform they learned about the jobs of the future in some of the world’s most highly advanced projects.


The STEM Day Out was followed by a weekend of interactive fun with over 9,000 visitors of all ages, who were eager to learn more about the naval shipbuilding industry and the diverse, long-term career possibilities.



Adelaide and Perth Careers and Employment Expos



The Naval Shipbuilding College joined Naval Group, BAE Systems Australia, ASC Pty Ltd and other shipbuilding primes as part of the Shipbuilding and Defence Industry hub at the Adelaide and Perth SkillsWest Careers and Employment Expos. We spoke with students and job seekers to inspire the next generation of future shipbuilders, and encourage those seeking a career change to consider a pathway to one of the most advanced industries in the world.


We also met with Minister Paul Papalia, the West Australian Minister for Defence Issues, at SkillsWest where, together with our industry partners, we were able to showcase the future of naval shipbuilding and discuss career pathways into Australia’s Naval Shipbuilding Industry.


Both events were well attended, with over 5,000 in Adelaide, and over 4,000 in Perth


If you like being challenged, enjoy unique experiences that will set your career up for great things then you should consider opportunities in the naval shipbuilding industry, join the national Workforce Register.

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