Support for staff
Get advice, find training opportunities and join the conversation to support the development of student employability and enterprise skills.
If you have opted into the Google additional services, you can access the Google+ online communities where you can browse resources, stay up to date with the latest activities, and join in the conversation.
- WIL Skills Google+ community – Join the WIL Skills online community for InPlace support and to learn about WIL activities and developments from across the University.
- Ready for Life and Work Google+ community – Share your employability and enterprise formation ideas, explore project developments, and find links to relevant resources.
Workshops are available to help you build employability skills into your program planning or teaching. Keep an eye on the workshop calendar for upcoming workshops.
- College learning and teaching support groups – The learning and teaching staff within each college can provide support and guidance on how to develop the employability and enterprise skills for your students.
- Careers and Employability consultancy and services – The Careers and Employability team within the Students Group can support the integration of career development into your students’ learning and provide advice on processes for connecting with industry.
Graduate Future Careers
Initiated in early 2015, the Graduate Future Careers project helped kick-start our renewed thinking about graduate employability and enterprise formation and underpinned the evolution of RMIT’s ‘Ready for life and work’ strategic plan.
The university-wide project’s aim was to maximise the employability, career and enterprise building prospects of all RMIT students.
In January 2016, it was agreed to embed the great work being done through GFC into the ‘Ready for life and work’ strategy and for its priority activities to be mainstreamed across the Colleges and Portfolios as business as usual.
Learn more about the Graduate Future Careers project and its key achievements: