Naval Shipbuilding College – Your future. Our Focus.
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Who we are and what we do

The Naval Shipbuilding College (NSC) supports job seekers through providing personalised career and training advice, to help you secure employment.

The Candidate Engagement team provides advice on opportunities to upskill through direct connections with education and training providers and connects candidates directly with current job opportunities.

Thousands of people will be required across the country, for decades to come, to design, build and maintain the future fleet. The jobs are across the Enterprise – from the major shipbuilding contractors and systems integrators to the local businesses contributing some of the millions of parts within the supply chain; to research, education and training organisations delivering the next generation of knowledge and skills; to the women and men of the Royal Australian Navy who will operate the future fleet; and Commonwealth, and State and Territory Governments working in close partnership to ensure the Enterprise’s success.

Employees will have the opportunity to earn training and qualifications across many high-end skills and professions that will provide a solid foundation for a rewarding and meaningful career.

Register on the NSC’s national Workforce Register for your confidential career conversation and to best position yourself to secure one of the exciting opportunities available in Australia’s Naval Shipbuilding Industry.

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30 years

Construction of Australia’s new fleet of world class, naval vessels will run for the next thirty years, followed by a further three decades of sustainment work – providing a career for life for many Australians.

$183 billion

The Australian Government is committing up to $183 billion under the continuous National Naval Shipbuilding Plan.

This is to develop a strong, sustainable and innovative Australian Naval Shipbuilding Industry to serve Australia’s naval defences, protect maritime borders and create thousands of new jobs for decades to come.


Australia's current and future naval fleet

2 Canberra Class Landing Helicopter Docks

2 Leeuwin Class Hydrographic Survey Ships

2 Paluma Class Survey Motor Launchers

3 Hobart Class Air Warfare Destroyers

4 Huon Class Minehunter Coastal Ships

6 Collins Class Submarines

8 Anzac Class Frigates

12 Armidale Class Patrol Boats

6 Evolved Cape Class Patrol Boats

9 Hunter Class Frigates

12 Arafura Class Offshore Patrol Vessels

21 Guardian Class Patrol Boats

Online Taster Course

Get a taste for the shipbuilding industry with our free online Shipbuilding Taster Course. The course is designed to provide an overview of the work happening across Australia and the many career opportunities this work will provide.

Gain an understanding of common shipbuilding terminology, production processes and increase your knowledge of some of the most technologically advanced programs in the world, and begin your journey to a rewarding, life-long career in Australia’s Naval Shipbuilding Industry!

Start the online course today.
The course is completely free and will take about 30 minutes. 

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Join the national Workforce Register for a confidential conversation about your future career in naval shipbuilding.

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Book an appointment

Upon registration, you will receive an email inviting you to book an appointment.


Speak to a consultant

A consultant will contact you at your selected time to discuss opportunities within naval shipbuilding.


Start your journey

NSC will provide you with guidance and opportunities to start your career within naval shipbuilding.

“Through my studies at AMC, the student reps encouraged me to sign up to the Workforce Register and supported all of us studying to get the industry exposure necessary to kickstart our careers.“


Former AMC student and Integrated Logistics Support (ILS) Engineer, Luerssen Australia

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