Aviation Security with SNP

Aviation Security with SNP

Interested in the security industry? SNP Security prides themselves on delivering international best practice security to their customers while maintaining their core family company values. That means they want the very best security professionals on their team. Being part of the SNP Security family entitlesPlay Video

Securing your career at ART Security

Securing your career at ART Security

ART Security is 100% Australian owned. They have been looking after the security needs of the Australia-wide community, in both the domestic and commercial market, since 1983. Their specific aim is to give the market a effective alternative to existingPlay Video

ACES: Securing your Career in Security

ACES: Securing your Career in Security

Security for People and Places ACES is a leading security provider, delivering broad expertise in security management, crowd management, asset management, FOH operations and events management. ACES staff have incomparable training and experience in optimising stakeholder experience and in minimisingPlay Video

Security @ Easter Show

Security @ Easter Show

Mark Tisdell is the Safety and Security Risk Manager at the Sydney Royal Easter Show. He talks to us about his job and what qualities he looks for in an employee. He chats about what he enjoys about his job,Play Video

The Capitol Theatre: Security Services

The Capitol Theatre: Security Services

Security services are essential for a venue like the Capitol Theatre. The Capitol is a large venue with many people coming and going, so monitored security is essential to ensure the safety of crew and cast working on a show.Play Video

A Secure Career

A Secure Career

We chat chat to Tony Inkersole at the Intercept Group pre-license training session about security careers in Australia. We hear about the many career paths open to certified security staff - and the realities of working in the industry! AboutPlay Video

Under Lock and Key

Under Lock and Key

Martin Rogers shows us around his locksmithing showroom, showing us the selection of safes, keys, security and alarms. Martin tells us about his unique training policy where his TAFE apprentices are bought tools for each distinction they gain in theirPlay Video

Private Eyes Only

Private Eyes Only

We meet Private Investigator Warren Mallard. He shows us some of the devices Private Investigators have used in the past, and in the present. He also shares some of his stories of the quirkier tales of things he's had toPlay Video

Harbour Trust Ranger

Harbour Trust Ranger

Peter Murphy is a rangers on Sydney Harbour Federation Trust site, Cockatoo Island. He shares what's involved in his job in monitoring safety aspects of the island and a bit of the history of the island. "We're the eyes andPlay Video

Helping The Industry By Helping You

Helping The Industry By Helping You

CPSISC represents the workforce training and skills development needs of the construction and property services industries. CPSISC have been travelling around Australia running informative workshops on some of the funding opportunities to the Industry such as the Workplace English LanguagePlay Video

David Windsor – Department of Agriculture and Food

David Windsor – Department of Agriculture and Food

David Windsor, 
Director of Irrigated Agriculture Industries Development 
Department of Agriculture and Food Western Australia. The Department of Agriculture and Food works with industries across a whole range of areas from productivity to resource management and buyer security, working toPlay Video

Careers are heating up in NSW Fire & Rescue

Careers are heating up in NSW Fire & Rescue

The public safety industry works to prevent natural and man-made threats and to provide the community with protection from those threats; seeking to ensure the security and safety of all Australians. It represents a significant number of volunteers. Public safetyPlay Video

Squeaky clean careers in Cleaning

Squeaky clean careers in Cleaning

Cleaning affects everyone in our every-day lives. As a career it can be physically and mentally rewarding. Working in a highly social environment it provides exciting day to day tasks. Peter King, Managing Director of BINIRIS tells us about thePlay Video

Career Changing – How To

The thought of a career change can be stressful, confusing and scary for some. Others seize the chance to make a change for the better, even if it means a shift in income, location, lifestyle or training. Changing to aRead More

Clean as a Whistle

Clean as a Whistle

An $8 billion Industry, with 140 000 employees, servicing trillions of dollars of assets everyday, enhancing the experience of millions of people - we're talking about Cleaning! Cleaning affects everyone in our every-day lives. As a career it offers flexiblePlay Video

Intercept Group

Intercept Group

Intercept Group is an ASQA Approved Registered Training Organisation offering training and assessment in Health Support Services - Aged Care - Home and Community Care - Children's Services - Hospitality - Property Services - Assets Maintenance Cleaning Operations - SecurityPlay Video

A Flowery Art

A Flowery Art

Chris Thompson of Pearsons Florists was initially a gardener but finds more creativity, variety and security in the floristry industry. He has big dreams, with the hope of one day owning his own florist shop. Chris is particularly keen inPlay Video

The Crop Doctors

The Crop Doctors

We join the professionals who are engaged in tackling the challenges of productive cropping. Plant pathology is the scientific study of plant diseases. By identifying pathogens and the environmental conditions that allow them to flourish, it is possible to increasePlay Video

AgriFood Skills Australia Ambassadors

AgriFood Skills Australia Ambassadors

AgriFood Skills Australia has appointed eight exceptional industry representatives as Ambassadors for the agrifood industry: Kerry Johnson Kerry is the HR Manager at Cargill Beef Australia in Tamworth. She is an excellent communicator who shows enthusiasm for her career andPlay Video

Ahead of the IT curve at Polytechnic West

Ahead of the IT curve at Polytechnic West

Polytechnic West's IT courses incorporate the latest industry practices, projects and technologies which will equip you with professional and portable skill sets which are highly sought after by employers. Polytechnic West is Western Australia's Large Training Provider of the YearPlay Video

All Clear Electrical

All Clear Electrical

SkillsOne chats to Geoff Clear about being an electrician and the benefits, responsibilities and rewards of having an apprentice. We chat to Ryan Vanzyl, an apprentice out on the job, and discover what the benefits are of picking up anPlay Video

Wheat Research at CSIRO

Wheat Research at CSIRO

Growers face can many difficulties in a season. From weather to plant disease, yields can suffer with unfavourable conditions but what if we grew tougher crops? The CSIRO in engaged in research to identify the genetic traits that make cropsPlay Video

Mining Trades

Mining Trades

Leigh Pinkerton is a first year Mechanical Fitter apprentice working for Hunter-V-Tec and is leased out to Centennial Coal. He shares what his job involves as he repairs machinery underground. Leigh takes us through the practical skills he is learningPlay Video

Sydney Skywalkers

Sydney Skywalkers

Working at double the height of the Sydney Harbour Bridge and at the same height as the Eiffel Tower are just some of the challenges facing a ‘Sydney Tower Skywalk’ guide... Skywalk is a unique high-altitude adventure on top ofPlay Video

Survive Armed Robbery

Survive Armed Robbery

Armed robbery is a reality in Australia for hospitality and retail workers. Staff in these industries can do training and get skilled up at RTOs to survive these situations. SkillsOne chats to Bob McDougall, Senior Consultant at Barringtons, who sharesPlay Video

The Postie’s Run

The Postie’s Run

Peter Blair (32) initially worked for Australia Post for a bit before taking off overseas for 2 ½ years to travel. This time away lead him to realise that Australia Post was such a good job, so he returned toPlay Video

Fitting in at WorldSkills 08

Fitting in at WorldSkills 08

Kalon Heintze is a Fitter for the WorldSkills 2008 National Competition - but as a trade, he's a fitter and turner. He chats about how he became a fitter and turner, from his apprenticeship in Adelaide. He shows us whatPlay Video

The Energy School

The Energy School

SkillsOne visits Meadowbank training facility, which is the training centre of the electricians, motor mechanics and other trades people who work with Energy Australia. We chat to training Manager Tom Emelus who tells us what kind of people they're lookingPlay Video

Govt skilling program could improve approach

The Rudd Government's $1.9 billion push to improve workforce skills risks is being wasted on cheaper-to-produce training in areas such as security, retailing and hairdressing if Canberra does not boost the amount it is offering for courses. Leaders of TechnicalRead More

60 jobs for Indigenous Palm Island trainees

Sixty Indigenous Australians on Palm Island will receive jobs, apprenticeships and training in construction, security and hospitality with the assistance of the Australian Government’s Indigenous Employment Program. Minister for Indigenous Employment and Economic Development Mark Arbib and Senator for QueenslandRead More

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Privacy Policy This Privacy Policy describes how we use the information we collect when you visit our website and/or register for our special content and access any other services or products provided by this site. Our services may include theRead More

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SkillsOne.com.au Terms and Conditions"SkillsOne", "Website", "we" or "us" all have the same meaning and refer to the website, www.skillsone.com.au. "The Institute for Trade Skills Excellence" or "The Institute" refers to the owner of SkillsOne and any sub-contractors engaged to produce SkillsOne.Read More