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Industry organisation AiGroup, the Australian Submarine Corporation, BAE Systems (as in British Aerospace) and Uni South Australia have launched what is billed as Australia’s first degree apprenticeship.

It’s a combination of a job and an honours degree in software engineering, with the program recognised by regulator, SA Skills Commission and supported by the SA Government.

The Commission ties the program to an existing shortage and the AUKUS submarine program’s future need. National planning agency, Jobs and Skills Australia reports a shortage of software engineers across the Commonwealth.

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