| 31 May 2016 | Karen McNamara MP acknowledges the work of Nicholas Wyman and Skilling Australia Foundation in bringing P-TECH to Australia. She is joined by Australia’s Education Minister who together with the Prime Minister, announced an expansion to the program to 14 schools.
by Nicholas Wyman | Australian Career Practitioner | Volume 27 | Issue 2 | Winter 2016 | Australia is abundant in natural resources (iron ore, coal, diamonds, gold, oil), indeed it is ‘the lucky country.’ However, while Australia has enjoyed a growing economy and relatively low unemployment for the past 20 years, a few years […]
There is a labour market mismatch taking place on a global scale. In Australia unemployment sits around 800,000 people, yet at any given time there are about 150,000 jobs that remain unfilled. Employment expert, Nicholas Wyman sums up the situation as “people without jobs and jobs without people”. Listen to the interview here:
COMPANIES often struggle to find employees with the skills they need, even among university graduates. Job U, the new book by Institute for Workplace Skills and Innovation chief executive Nicholas Wyman, aims to change the conversation in Australia about the best path to a rewarding and prosperous career. Today almost 800,000 Australians, many with university […]
Weekend Australian, Australia. 02 Apr 2016, by Verity Edwards. Vocational education can help you keep your job or find a much better one Workforce skills expert Nicholas Wyman stresses the importance of continuing education, particularly for people who want to move onwards and upwards or who are considering a career change. Wyman, chief executive of […]