Digital Careers

Our Digital Careers Program lets women explore and build valuable skills to help them succeed in a digital career!

Microsoft, LinkedIn and GitHub have put together a selection of digital skills learning pathways for Australians to learn skills needed for in-demand IT jobs.

Our recruitment social enterprise, She Works, has partnered with Microsoft to help identify employment opportunities for Fitted for Work clients. Any women graduating these learning pathways can apply for these exciting She Works opportunities.

Have a look at these different career options to explore what pathway suits you!

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Start your digital career training journey today!

Contact the She Works team to find out more.

Project Manager

Learn how to effectively manage a project, keeping it on time, in budget, and in scope. Practice producing Microsoft Project with best practices. Develop essential project management skills.

Project managers oversee projects from beginning to end using proven management techniques. This could range from simple, one-off projects to large, complex, enterprise-wide initiatives.

Graphic Designer

Build a solid foundation in the elements of design: typography, colour, and layout. Explore the design process to visualise compelling ideas. Practice with hands on exercises in InDesign, Illustrator, and Photoshop.

Graphic designers create visual concepts that inspire, inform, and transform. They use industry-leading tools to build innovative design projects, and to think and communicate visually.

Sales Development Representative

Learn how you can be a trusted partner in the sales process. Learn negotiation and closing strategies. Develop and hone your interpersonal, or “soft” skills.

Expert sales representatives are skilled at listening to their customers, creating emotional engagement and building trusted, ongoing relationships.

IT Admin

These technical experts perform day-to-day maintenance and repairs, including software and computer installations and upgrades, routine automation, security maintenance, troubleshooting and training. They provide technical support for all users and projects of an organisation.

Financial Analyst

Make business recommendations on investments. Read and interpret financial statements. Perform basic analysis of financial data.

A financial analyst evaluates current and historical economic and business data to identify trends that influence business decisions. It requires a mathematical and analytical mindset.

IT Support/ Helpdesk Technician

Discover how to install and maintain devices and software. Learn about virtualisation, desktop imaging, and deployment. Prepare for the CompTIA A+ exam.

These skilled professionals play an extremely important role in keeping their business or customer’s technology infrastructure operational around the clock.

Software Developer

Learn foundations of programming for software development. Practice with popular technologies like HTML and CSS. Explore core languages like Python, JavaScript, and Java.

Depending on the specific path you choose, you can develop a range of practical skills and relevant certifications.

Software developers work in retail, healthcare, research and development, technology, and all kinds of other industries. They design, develop, and implement software from the ground up, allowing businesses to keep step with the ever-changing digital landscape.

Data Analyst

Learn the technical skills for data analyst career paths. Develop competencies in high-demand analysis tools. Build communication, teamwork, and problem-solving skills.

Data analysts examine information using data analysis tools and help their teams develop insights and business strategies. You’ll need skills in math, statistics, communications, and working with tools designed to do data analytics and data visualization.

Digital Marketing Specialist

Practice with hands-on training in Google Analytics and Ads. Design marketing materials using the Adobe suite. Explore marketing channels like social media and email.

Digital marketing specialists use analytical and tactical skills to help grow and develop new opportunities for businesses. They apply best practices and principles when it comes to digital marketing, marketing plans, content strategy, search engine optimisation (SEO) and analytics.

Customer Service Specialist

Learn general skills that can be transferred across all industries. Build key listening skills so customers feel heard, develop customer service problem-solving skills, learn to de-escalate challenging situations.

Start your digital career training journey today!

Contact the She Works team to find out more.

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