About the expo

The expo is free to attend. It promotes:

  • the future of jobs and skills in the Territory
  • skill clusters
  • vocational education
  • training pathways
  • employment and career opportunities
  • higher education.

CDU Trade Try'a Skills demonstrationCDU hairdressing Try'a Skills demonstrationISACNT Try'a Skills 3D glassesNT Police display at the Skills, Employment and Careers ExpoSt Johns Ambulance at the Skills, Employment and Careers ExpoEmployee at The Lip Lab trialling lipsticksMcArthur River Mine displayInternational student studying at his computerCorporate male at his deskTwo female students studying on CDU campusCDU Try'a Skills display with Good Shepherd studentsCDU Try'a Skills simulator display at the Skills, Employment and Careers Expo


You can get involved in the expo as:

Open your mind to new possibilities at the Skills, Employment and Careers Expo 2019.

The Skills, Employment and Careers Expo is free to attend. Group bookings are advised.

More than 6,000 Territorians and 200 exhibitors attended the five Skills, Employment and Careers Expos across the Territory in 2018.

Summary of exhibitors and attendees
LocationExhibitors Total attendance
Nhulunbuy 24 290
Katherine 35 370
Darwin 81 3,950
Tennant Creek 26 190
Alice Springs 47 1,350

The Skills, Employment and Careers Expo (formerly the Northern Territory Government Careers Expo) is an annual event that travels across the Northern Territory and was originally aimed at helping young people engage in further education and employment.

The expo has grown seeing attendance levels of a couple of hundred at one event to approximately 6,100 over five events across the Territory, and is no longer specifically designed just for young students.

The Skills, Employment and Careers Expo offers a unique opportunity for anyone interested in starting, changing, re-skilling or upgrading their career to meet the needs of a diverse range of organisations that are both locally-based and from around Australia.

The expos are free community events managed by the Northern Territory Government, providing the opportunity for attendees to engage with:

  • leading training providers
  • higher education institutions
  • employment agencies
  • group training companies
  • employers
  • service providers
  • community organisations.

Last updated: 06 June 2019


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