What is an apprenticeship or traineeship?
Apprenticeship – An apprenticeship is a structured training arrangement of usually 3.5 or four years duration. The training combines paid on-the-job training, complementary off-the-job training and formal study with a Registered Training Organisation (RTO).
You will get a nationally-recognised qualification and master the on-the-job skills which are highly regarded in many industries after successful completion.
Traineeship – A traineeship is a training agreement between the trainee and the employer whereby the employer agrees to train the trainee and the trainee also has an opportunity to work and learn in a specific industry.
Traineeship is not only a pathway to finish your higher-learning journey equipped with practical skills and a formal education, but it also powerful combination of theoretical and hands-on experience is prized by employers across many industries and professions.
There are more than 500 occupations that offer apprenticeship and traineeship pathways, ranging from Certificate II to Advanced Diploma levels, including traditional trades and a number of emerging occupations in most other sectors of business and industry.
Who is eligible? – You can undertake an Australian Apprenticeship as a school leaver, if youâ€™re re- entering the workforce and if you are an adult simply looking at a career change. You can even begin an Australian Apprenticeship while finishing secondary school under a School-based Apprenticeship arrangement. You may elect to study full-time, part-time, or a combination of both – earning and learning as you go!
Flexibility is critical to your business growth, requirements and bottom line. That is why apprenticeships and traineeships are extremely agile in responding to your individual business needs. They include:
ï‚· Full-time or part-time work
ï‚· On-the-job or off-the-job training
ï‚· Tailored training
ï‚· School-based programs for high school students
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