An Apprenticeship or Traineeship is your opportunity to gain valuable work experience, develop your skills and acquire a Nationally recognised qualification, all whilst earning an income.
Why start an Apprenticeship or Traineeship?
As an apprentice or trainee, you will:
- Learn valuable skills in the workplace
- Earn an income whilst learning
- Combine classroom based training from a TAFE or private training provider with workplace based training to achieve your qualification
Who can do an Apprenticeship or Traineeship?
Anyone of working age, whether you are a school-leaver, re-entering the workforce or an adult worker looking for a career change can commence an Apprenticeship or Traineeship. It can be done on a full-time or part-time basis; you can even kick start your Apprenticeship or Traineeship whilst you’re still at school.
To commence an Apprenticeship or Traineeship you must also:
- be an Australian citizen, or
- be a permanent resident, or
- hold a temporary resident or working visa
What are your roles and responsibilities?
As an Apprentice or Trainee you will commit to your training and workplace obligations as agreed with your employer. This will include:
- attending and performing work in a professional and courteous manner;
- taking care of workplace property and resources;
- respecting the rights of other employees in the workplace; and
- keeping all workplace information confidential.
- working with your employer and training provider on the development of your personal training plan;
- attending training sessions or supervised workplace activities;
- taking advantage of all learning opportunities; and
- maintaining a training record such as a training record book.
All of your responsibilities will be contractually agreed upon prior to your commencement. If you are under 18 years of age, you will need consent from a parent or guardian.
Ready to become an Apprentice or Trainee?
Register your interest below for more information.