• tech2 MD, Glen Powys & Sian Cockerton

  • tech2 employee, Sarah Sliwka

Pathways to change

Project Empower uniquely connects tradespeople with the telecommunications industry. tech2 partners with organisations to provide initial training for a comprehensive 10-week field program setting those interested onto a pathway to their new careers within months.

Supporting business growth

tech2 assists new subcontractor companies with setting up their business in a thriving industry. One of Project Empower’s aims is to provide a rewarding and genuine career option for technicians who need flexibility in their working days and hours.

Contact us to find out how you can be a part of the next generation of telecommunications technicians with nbn and other major partners Lendlease, Tata Consultancy Services and Fulton Hogan.

Transforming a nation

A recent report by the Workplace Gender Equality Agency shows that women make up only 10.6% of technician and trade roles in Australia*. tech2 is committed to gender equality and encourages women to join Project Empower training programs as they commence across the country.
*Source: 2017 Workplace Gender Equality Workforce Composition Report available at http://data.wgea.gov.au/industries/14#gender_comp_content

Sian Cockerton

Director, Tech Line Contracting Pty Ltd

I have a lot of confidence that I will be able to work independently with the skills I’ve been taught. I got to learn from quality people and experience a broad range of  situations I could be exposed to in the future.” – Sian

Sarah Sliwka

Full Time Employee, tech2

My experience with tech2 has been really positive throughout. During the training and afterwards the support from managers and supervisors has been great.” – Sarah

Project Empower

There’s a growing need to recruit and train workers to build telecommunications across Australia. If you’re a tradeswoman you might be a great fit.