Swinburne has formally partnered with the VIC Government to deliver a fully-subsidised Industry 4.0 course for manufacturing businesses, under the Digital Jobs for Manufacturing (DJFM) program. The content is practical in nature, delivered by various Industry 4.0 subject matter experts.
Starting 1 March 2024, applications close 19 February 2024.
Digital Jobs for Manufacturing is an upskilling program that provides manufacturing businesses with a presence in Victoria access to fully subsidised digital skills training for their staff. Training courses are fully subsidised and valued at up to $5,000 each. Training is delivered online by leading training providers, on part-time basis over 12 weeks. This allows staff to continue to work while studying.
Commencing 1st March‘24 is a new course for leaders, senior managers, and decisions makers.
De-mystifying Industry 4.0 / Digital Manufacturing
Since 2019, working with manufacturing business leaders, this course has evolved from a nation first Industry 4.0 Digital Readiness and Transformation Program sponsored by the DJSIR/Victorian Government – developed, created, and delivered by a mix of industry experienced manufacturing professionals, industry experienced academics and industry/technology partners, for the manufacturing industry.
This course takes a holistic approach and aims to lay the foundations towards understanding, and dispelling misconceptions, of various Industry 4.0/ digital technologies (Additive Manufacturing, Industrial Internet of things (IIoT), Artificial Intelligence, Augmented & Virtual Reality, Data Analysis, Cloud computing, Cybersecurity etc), the associated concepts and benefits, applications, and approach to adoption. Participants learn about Industry 4.0 and how it is transforming manufacturing and can expect to get hands-on with various technologies to get an appreciation of their usage (during the optional in-person sessions).
Feedback from previous participants:
“Great course overall and feel our knowledge in Industry 4.0 has considerably increased “
“Training materials were relevant and interesting with clear and summarised information on the topics. Practical ability to try out new methods and applications stood out for us”
“Excellent learning opportunity on what is currently available in Manufacturing industry to improve our business”
To apply click here.
To read more about the upskilling program guidelines, frequently asked questions & case studies click here.
To read more about the course offerings, click here.
For more information about the upskilling program please contact:
Michelle Vincenzini, Senior Program Manager, Digital Jobs for Manufacturing
Department of Jobs, Skills, Industry and Regions