Develop your workforce
RMIT prioritises active partnerships with industry. We connect businesses and individuals with our organisation to achieve strategic and operational goals, exchange insights and generate innovation.
We have expertise in customised training program development and the facilitation of industry-based student work placements, internships and apprentice and trainee employment. Our mentoring programs match industry professionals with current students to provide first-hand career advice, work skills and networking opportunities.
Tailored workforce solutions
RMIT collaborates with clients from the public, private, not-for-profit and government sectors to create and deliver customised training programs.
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Employ our students and graduates
RMIT Career Development and Employment can connect you to our talented students and graduates.
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Internships and work placements
Our internship and work placement program connects talented students and graduates with industry organisations.
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Training for apprentices and trainees
Employing an apprentice or trainee is just one way RMIT can develop your workforce.
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Share your passion for your profession and invest in the workforce of the future through one of RMIT’s Industry Mentoring programs.
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Whether you are employing an apprentice, trainee, intern or work integrated learning student, there are certain legal obligations and responsibilities you need to know.
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