Securing placement can be competitive and tricky to navigate, the Find Industrial Training series of events will provide tips and advice for all Engineering students to ensure a rewarding placement experience!
Presented by UNSW Careers and UNSW Engineering
Industry Q&A Panel: The Recruitment Process
WK1 TUE 4 JUN
Meet Industry recruiters, employers and alumni to find out what they look for.
The Industrial Training Process
WK1 THU 6 JUN
What are you required to do to complete your Industrial training?
How to Find (Great) Industrial Training
WK2 TUE 11 JUN
Learn how to research your industry, organise your search and find the right opportunity for Industrial Training.
Frequently Asked Questions
What is Industrial Training?
Industrial Training is an important 60 day work placement designed to make sure UNSW Engineering students graduate work ready. It means, not only do you graduate with some real on-the-job experience, you also qualify for accreditation by Engineers Australia.
Do I have to do Industrial Training?
As an Engineering student* at UNSW you must complete a minimum of 60 days of approved Industrial Training. The process of sourcing valuable Industrial Training can often be highly competitive. If you're yet to secure Industrial Training as a part of your degree the Find Industrial Training event series is a must!
*Only Undergraduate and 8621 Masters Engineering students are required to complete Industrial Training. Biomedical Engineering students are not required to complete Industrial Training.
Should I attend all three events?
Yes! All three of our Industrial Training events cover important parts of the process. Try and make it to as many as you can.
How do I find more information on Industrial Training?