Young Australians can get a head start with their careers by engaging in a school-based traineeship or apprenticeship, whist still working towards their senior secondary school certificate. They are a great career option, giving students the opportunity to commence training for a vocational qualification, earn a wage and gain real life employment skills whilst at school.
How it Works
Students in years 10, 11 or 12 are able to undertake a school-based traineeship or apprenticeship. You will require an Employer, Registered Training Organisation and an Australian Apprenticeship Support Network (AASN) to get started. Students will work one day a week within the business to gain their qualification. The student must work a total of 50 days paid work per year.
- Gain a young trainee without taking on a permanent employee
- A student to learn your business and gain valuable skills
- Opportunity to retain your student afterwards as a full-time or part-time employee
- Have someone one day a week, 50 days a year
- Assist a young person from the local community
- Government incentives of up to $4750 may be payable to the employer
Note: Incentives are subject to eligibility. Confirm this with the Australian Apprenticeship Centre.
Prime Learning have a long history supporting School Based Trainees across Australia to gain a national Qualification. Contact our team to find out more.