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ApprentiCentreBecome an apprentice, trainee or cadetWhere do I start? ‹ Aboriginal School Based Training

Aboriginal School Based Training


Aboriginal School Based Training

What is the training about?

  • You can start training in Year 10 with a course to give you the skills you need to be ready for work. If you prefer, you can wait and do this course in Year 11 or Year 12.
  • Once you are ready, you can start an apprenticeship/traineeship either in Year 11 or Year 12. This is when you start to get paid for working on the job.
  • Your apprenticeship/traineeship can be part time or full time.
  • If you choose a part time traineeship, you may spend up to four days in school and one day in the workplace. You may also get some off the job training with a registered training provider such as a State Training Provider.
  • If you choose a part time apprenticeship, you may spend three days in school, one day with a training provider and one day in the workplace.
  • If you choose to become a full time apprentice/trainee, you would leave school to train but stay employed by a group training organisation.

 

Page last updated 25 February 2014

Aboriginal School Based Training
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