All of this should be made clear to you when you are offered the job, and if you're uncertain of anything, just ask. Typically, Australians are more than happy to answer any questions you have. The same philosophy goes for your job role - if you are uncertain about anything just ask! Australians much prefer a 'dumb' question at the start than a 'dumb' mistake happening later. They understand Australia is a unique country and that you may not be familiar with what to expect: just ask and everything will be fine - they are generally a very friendly bunch of people!
Michael Wollowski , an associate professor of computer science at the Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology, commented, “We will definitely see a vast increase in educational and training programs. We will also see what might be called on-demand or on-the-job kind of training programs. (We kind of have to, as with continued automation, we will need to retrain a large portion of the workforce.) I strongly believe employers will subscribe to this idea wholeheartedly; it increases the overall education of their workforce, which benefits their bottom line. Nevertheless, I am a big believer in the college experience, which I see as a way to learn what you are all about, as a person and in your field of study. The confidence in your own self and your abilities cannot be learned in a short course. It takes life experience, or four years at a tough college. At a good college, you are challenged to be your best – this is very resource-intensive and cannot be scaled at this time.”