16.10.17 Latest News from the Bottom Line Series
The BREED Bottom Line Series last night was a great success. Guest speaker Nathan Burbridge, Head of Economic Development of Blacktown Council delivered important insights…
BREED is an independent not-for-profit organisation, working within:
The youth sector to improve year 12 attainment and transition to post school education, training and employment; and
The small and developing business sector assisting businesses to take that next step by providing low cost solutions to operate within.
The Student requirements for work placements in Industry come from the 21 High Schools, TAFE WSI and Trade Schools that BREED services. Courses cover 14 vocational subject areas (frameworks), each requiring a mandatory work placement component for their HSC studies.
Frameworks include: Business Services, Information Technology, Café Skills, Commercial Cookery, Entertainment, Tourism, Primary Industries, Construction, Metals and Engineering, Retail, Automotive, Financial Services, Health Services Assistance and Electro-technology.
BREED continues to make a difference to the lives of over 3,500 young people per year by providing work placements, brokering partnerships that will provide opportunities for young people, and providing new and developing business a low cost solution to operate within.