After much hype and anticipation, it is with great pleasure to announce that last night, The ABC's late-night news and current affairs program Lateline presented, “Federal government youth employment program takes shape".

The feature includes an interview with our South Australia - State Manager, Vincent Sorgiovanni, footage of our Employability Skills Training program in action including interviews with participants, as well an interview with the Minister for the Department of Employment, Michaelia Cash.

AETS Executive Director, Emma Crichton said that "The story on ABCs Lateline really demonstrated what we know at AETS, that is, young people are being left out of opportunities in the Labour Market, and to break this cycle they need assistance."

Emma went on to say, "Employability Skills Training is this assistance that they need, this combined with our strengths-based approach. We look forward to working with young people to achieve their employment goals as part of Youth Jobs PaTH."

AETS are delighted and proud to be featured in this program, which presents a great insight into how AETS are providing innovative and purposeful pre-employment training for young Australians.

You can view the full feature by clicking here.