Take a glimpse into a possible future…

the careers toolkit is here to inspire jobs for now andthe future (http://toolkit.techtrails.org.au/)

the careers toolkit is here to inspire jobs for now andthe future (http://toolkit.techtrails.org.au/)

 
 

Making decisions about what to do in the future is getting tougher all time. As industry and technology are evolving rapidly, so too are the different skills needs for the future. Our WITWA Digital Techtrails Toolkit will take you on a journey of possibilities across the spectrum of science and technology careers. 

Released in early 2018 our Digital Techtrails Toolkit is designed to inspire students, teachers, parents and career changers. The toolkit is based on a "Career Wheel" originally designed by Kinetic IT and licensed to WITWA as the basis of our Digital Toolkit. We gratefully acknowledge the funding received in 2017 from the Australian Government under a Women in STEM and Entrepreneurship Grant from the Department of Industry, Innovation and Science, to fund this project. The underlying content, support and ongoing collaboration with Kinetic IT has also been invaluable and very much at the core of enabling WITWA to deliver this resource to future generations of STEM professionals.

Very few people really know what they want to be when they leave school. To help you understand a little more about what exciting options are waiting for you beyond the classroom, we have developed a digitalised Techtrail Toolkit to show you where your interests and strengths may lead you. Choose your favourite subjects, explore the different pathways or let us help you to decide.  Sound good? What are you waiting for? Get started, start clicking and explore the possibilities.

 

A big thank you to a couple of very special supporters:

we gratefully acknowledge the support and ongoing partnership with Kinetic it, who have been instrumental in helping us create the techtrails digital toolkit.

we gratefully acknowledge the support and ongoing partnership with Kinetic it, who have been instrumental in helping us create the techtrails digital toolkit.

      This project was made possible as a result of grant funding received from the australian government under a 2017 women in stem and entrepreneurship grant.

 

 

This project was made possible as a result of grant funding received from the australian government under a 2017 women in stem and entrepreneurship grant.