Entropolis is proud to partner with National Skills Week 2020, highlighting the value of vocational education + entrepreneurial mindset and skillset training to help young people be more adaptable, employable and competitive in the future.

We live in an extremely fast moving and changing world and, even before COVID, students path to the future is getting more and more complex.

Having knowledge of an academic subject or a specific technical skill is no longer enough for a new graduate, they are increasingly required to have skills and abilities that will increase their employability, such as the application of knowledge; persuasive communication and presentation ; planning and problem solving; and social development and interaction.

Entrepreneurship and the start up process is one of the most powerful frameworks for delivering the agile mindset and 21st century skillset. Regardless of whether they aspire to starting their own business, having the ability to think, act and create like entrepreneurs will help students more adaptable, employable and competitive as possible in the future.


We’re highlighting the value that embedding entrepreneurship modules in education or vocational training programs can bring to young people, making them more adaptable, employable and competitive in the future.

If you’re interested in entrepreneurship as a career path, or entrepreneurship education and training to prepare you for the future, we’d love to have you join some of the following activities.

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Now moving into its tenth year, National Skills Week sets out to bring to life the positive messages, highlighting the talents, the skills, the career pathways and the value of apprentices and trainees across Australia to the wider public and employers. The week is dedicated to raising the status of practical and vocational learning.

National Skills Week is an initiative of SkillsOne, who  will once again be driving the initiative working with government and stakeholders to achieve unique and beneficial outcomes, accompanied and supported by unprecedented media coverage.

Learn more about National Skills Week

E: info@nationalskillsweek.com.au  | M: 0438 808 848

How augmenting vocational education with entrepreneur mindset and skillset training can help young people fast track their careers and turn their technical skill into a small business.

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Confident and upskilled teachers are critical to the implementation of school-based entrepreneurship programs. This Webinar includes a short presentation, Q&A and tips for success.

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Take our short survey and we’ll send you ideas on augmenting  high school education to help students build and entrepreneurial mindset and critical skills to make them more adaptable, employable and competitive in the future.

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Use this cool benchmarking tool to find out which attitudes, motivations and qualities you share with uber successful entrepreneurs? This is a great way to activate your entrepreneurial DNA!

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