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Warrnambool Automotive Industry Committee IPP.

Peter Bollard – Careers Counsellor – Warrnambool College – 2007 IPP



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Warrnambool Automotive Industry Committee IPP.

  • Increase students and teachers understanding of the career opportunities in the Warrnambool Automotive industry.

  • Assist in developing a plan redressing the skill shortage in the Automotive industry.

  • Examine our own school technology curriculum in light of the IPP – specifically incorporating skill sets in demand by employers.


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Skills Shortage:

  • Industry not attracting students with the right skill sets in terms of ability, problem solving skills, work ethic, learning skills to be successful in this industry.

  • Typically costs the Employer $40,000 pa to train an Apprentice.


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Skills Shortage:

  • Employers experiencing difficulty in selecting suitable students and lack an understanding of the “Y” generation in terms of work flexibility and employer expectations.

  • Solution: Establishment of the WAIC in 2006 to act as a forum to discuss these issues and propose solutions.


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A Vibrant Industry

Warrnambool automotive industry

Annual turnover - $14M


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IPP Project - Details

  • Learn about the challenges faced by the Automotive Industry in recruiting the most suitable young people.

  • Learn about the skills set required in a digital era automotive service centre.

  • Develop a plan or response to these challenges.


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What is the Industry looking for?

  • Able to demonstrate a genuine interest in an Automotive career.

    • Work Experience.

    • Automotive Hobbies.

    • School Based Apprenticeship.

    • Ambition to succeed.

    • Understanding of career pathways within the Automotive industry.


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What is the Industry looking for?

  • Ability to learn new skills quickly.

  • Ability to communicate effectively with fellow workers and customers –

    • Written, verbal.

  • Ability to use digital technology.

  • Ability to problem solve.


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Warrnambool Automotive Industry - Profiles

  • New Apprentice

  • 3 Months

  • Demonstrated interest via Motorcycle side-car champion

  • Experienced problems at school

  • Trained Auto-electrician.

  • Currently third year automotive apprentice.

  • Using technology in fault finding

  • School Based Apprentice

  • Working 2 Days per week

  • Westvic Group Training, Apprentice of the Year


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Warrnambool Automotive Industry – Profiles

  • Over 10 Years Experience - Suspension specialist

  • Completed Pre App at TAFE

  • Super Bikes Team Mechanic

  • Motorcross Racing Team Mechanic


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Automotive Industry – Multi skilling

  • You cannot rely on computer technology to solve all your problems

  • Being an auto electrician and mechanic is an obvious skill set in the digital workshop.


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Automotive Industry loosing Experience it cannot replace !

  • Experienced new vehicle technician moved to TAFE as Automotive teacher.

  • Many are moving to WA mining industry boom earning $100,000 pa.


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Promoting Automotive Career Pathways in Warrnambool

  • Target Interested students at Year 8 via Industry visits.

  • Brauer College.

  • Emmanuel College.

  • Warrnambool College.


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Promoting Automotive Career Pathways in Warrnambool

  • Create an Industry visit planning Document for Automotive Industry Principals / Managers.

  • Objective – create confidence in running visits and consistency.


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Promoting Automotive Career Pathways in Warrnambool

Create industry visit checklist for

students covering:

  • Business background / size

  • Skill shortages

  • Employer expectations

  • Career pathways

  • How to get an Apprenticeship

  • Follow up Interview


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Automotive Industry Open Day 2008

  • Students / Parents who would like to follow up the visit will be offered an Interview and personal tour with a Principal at the industry Open day in 2008.


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Teachers - Career Pathway Orientation

  • VCAL Teachers targeted to participate in the Industry visits

  • Literacy

  • Numeracy

  • Work Related Skills


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Warrnambool Automotive Industry

  • Water pump – I fixed this ?


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Warrnambool Automotive Industry – Jobs for the day

I put this one together – still going!


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