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Aboriginal pathway to the Graduate recruitment and development scheme (GRADS)

 

Overview

The Aboriginal pathway to the graduate recruitment and development scheme (GRADS) is part of the Victorian Government’s commitment to growing its Aboriginal workforce. The GRADS is a 12-month development program with the public service.

Participants will be enrolled in a specific home department or agency, but will experience at least two different areas in their 12 months. Successful completion of the 12 month training leads to employment pathways, including promotions.

Streams of the training include:

During the training, participants will:

Specific eligibility requirements must be met. The training is provided through The Aspiration Initiative.

Fee payable: No

Delivery mode: Onsite

Financial support for Indigenous students: Not specified

Contacts

The Aspiration Initiative
Ph: (02) 9310 8407
Email: webenquiries@auroraproject.com.au

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Last updated: 8 March 2016
 
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