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Entry Level Academy

A National Priority Fund Program
MWLP have developed a four-stage program specifically designed to assist students in years 10, 11 & 12, who would like help transitioning from school into full time employment.

This program will:

  • Assist Careers Advisors & Teachers with specialised support for students seeking to leave school.
  • Guide students in identifying their strengths and potential career opportunities.
  • Assist students to be Work Ready for the transition from school to the workforce.
  • Support students to enter employment within an array of career opportunities.
  • Provide students with a competitive advantage when seeking employment.

Participants in the program will learn by way of presentations, observation, role play, homework, case studies, socialism, written work and work experience.

Week 1 : Orientation & Induction

2 full days at the MWLP Training Room

Week 2 : Work Readiness

3 full days at the MWLP Training Room

Week 3 : Work Experience

1 week of work experience arranged by MWLP

Week 4 : Reflection & Refinement

1-2 full days at the MWLP Training Room

To find out more, contact the Program Coordinator, Dr Greg Kerr on 02 4625 1863 or

To register for our next program intake, download the registration form below and email it to

ELA Program Update – March 2024

Term 1 of 2024 has experienced increased interest in MWLP’s Entry Level Academy and its Transition to Work Program. Intakes from Elderslie High School and Airds High School have been completed while students from John Therry High School and Mount Annan High School will be completed this Term.

Coordinator of the Program, Dr Greg Kerr said ‘we have benefited from the feedback of students, schools, and industry partners’. MWLP hosts the Program at its Campbelltown premises with two days of training and site visits in Week 1, continuing for 3 days in Week 2, a week of work experience in Week 3 and a review day in Week 4. There is flexibility in the delivery of the Program to allow students to meet school and other commitments.

Dr Kerr said ‘participants ranged from Years 9 to 12. Our priority is to aid the transition from school to work. This includes assisting youth identify their full potential, encourage youth to realise their own responsibility in managing this transition, and appreciate the extent of employment opportunities in the Macarthur Region and surrounds.’

Since it’s inception, more than 100 students have undertaken the program with work experience opportunities in the retail, automotive, construction, carpentry, animal care, electrical, childcare, hospitality, health and fitness industries.
Outcomes of the program include a better understanding of the recruitment process, an improved level of employability, and job offers.

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