Looking For Work Experience?
If you are a student, graduate or general job seeker, that is looking to gain some first time work experience, the Department of Higher Education and Training has got you covered.
The Department of Higher Education and Training is providing a integrated learning opportunity for graduates and students, and first time job seekers who are at the beginning of their careers and looking to gain working experience.
iWIL is an opportunity for first time employees to find a job that suits them and gain some work experience in their field.
Once registered, iWIL will match your need for workplace based learning to any available employers that have made offers for placements.
To register for iWIL, you need to have either a cellphone number or an email address as this information is needed in order for them to communicate with you.
If you are not a student an struggling to figure out which kind of career best fits you, you can visit the National Careers Advice Portal . If you seek a career in artisan you can visit the National Artisan Development Support Centre
If you are an employer that can provide a experimental or integrated learning experience, you can also register for iWIL, and they will find a suitable candidate for the positions you have available.
Note that iWIL is not a employment service, and the workplace that you get matched up with is not obligated to pay you any kind of salary or compensation, it is purely for experience purposes.
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