Monday 22/02/16 University isn’t the only, or best, way to become qualified for the job you want. CEO of the Institute of Workplace Skills and Innovation and author of JOB U, Nicholas Wyman, tells 2UE’s Stuart Bocking – a university degree isn’t essential for success. The notion that university is best pathway to a career, […]
| Kylie Adoranti | Parramatta Advertiser | 17 Feb 2016 Parents should let their children decide on what career path they want to take rather than expecting too much from them, a workforce development and skills expert says. WPC Group and Institute for Workplace Skills and Innovation chief executive Nicholas Wyman said young people were […]
| ABC Far North | 12 February 2016 | Nicholas Wyman looks at the skills that tomorrows employers seek, and how these ‘real-world’ attributes can be gained; including an exciting new initiative that offers work relevant training and begins at school. Listen:
ABC Breakfast | 27 January 2016 Over the next week, students across the country will head back to school to start the new year. And as teenagers reach their final school years, many hear the same message: ‘put your head down, study hard, go to university’. But there’s a growing push back that says that […]
| Radio @BH | 28 January 2016 Broken Hill Radio 2BH breakfast news host Kate Drinkwater talks with CEO and author Nicholas Wyman concerning the real world value of a university degree in the current jobs market and talks about the practical needs of Australian employers and training alternatives to efficiently meet these requirements.