The Defence Industry Pathways Program (DIPP) has a focus on advanced manufacturing and design, and developing high-level employability skills for young people seeking to enter the defence industries.
DIPP is a collaborative approach that includes TAFESA, ASC (formerly Australian Submarine Corp), the Department for State Development and the Advanced Technology Project. On successful completion of the program, students will receive 10 stage 1 SACE credits.
We strongly encourage females and aboriginal students in years 10 or 11 to apply who have a sound background and interest in:
·Science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM)