A partnership between the National Rugby League (NRL) & the Australian Government’s National Careers Institute to deliver the NRL Vocational Education & Training (VET) Pathways program.
VET Pathways Panel Show
Titans' NRLW stars visit Keebra Park for National Skills Week
To view the full My Skills national directory of VET organisations and courses, please visit the website.
The CareerWise program challenges perceptions of the VET sector, raises its status as an education pathway, and highlights the range of career opportunities available with a VET qualification. Right now if you’re VET-skill qualified in Australia you’re as important to our economy as Tom ‘Turbo’ Trbojevic is to Manly’s attack.Stuart Robert MP
Boyle's burgeoning career beyond the rugby league field
To learn more detail about the NRL - VET Pathways program, please download the pdf.
Many of our young students are eyeing off jobs in the industry sector here in Gladstone. NRL's VET Pathways Program was the perfect opportunity for the students to learn skills that would be beneficial for life after school and moving into the workforce.Jon Donald Rugby League Coordinator - Gladstone State High School
My Skills Resources
My Skills website is the national directory of vocational education and training (VET) organisations and courses. It is an Australian Government initiative to enable consumers to search for, and compare, VET courses and training providers.View website
Up and coming Sydney Roosters players discuss the importance of having a career off the field and planning for life after rugby league.
Melbourne Storm players including Harry Grant, Will Chambers and Kenny Bromwich talk about undertaking a carpentry course at the Trade Institute of Victoria
Former Brisbane and Gold Coast back-rower Brad Meyers talks about his post-rugby league career as a builder.
Former New Zealand, Sydney Roosters and Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs outside back Sam Perrett talks about his post-rugby league transition into the construction industry and his role as a director of Backspace Living.
Brisbane Broncos squad member Kody House is preparing for the inaugural NRL Women's Premiership while also learning a mechanical engineering trade.
South Sydney forward and fully qualified carpenter Jason Clark talks about his preparation for life after rugby league.