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Wednesday 28 October 202012:30pm – 1:15pmRegister for link to watch live or later (the choice is yours!)
TAFE SA will host a live panel broadcast with experts to get you started on your apprenticeship or traineeship journey.
Enjoy from the comfort of your home, classroom or wherever your WI-FI is buzzing.
Sit back and relax (don't worry, the cameras will not be on you) and tune in to hear all the great benefits of being an apprentice and a trainee (and what the actual difference is between the two) and we will dispel a few myths along the way!
Wednesday 4 November 2020TAFE SA Adelaide City Campus 5:45pm for a 6:00pm start – 7:00pm
TAFE SA will host a live panel information night with experts to get you started with your apprenticeship or traineeship journey.
Learn about all the great benefits there are of being an apprentice and a trainee (and what the actual difference is between the two) and we will dispel a few myths along the way!
Chat to experts before or after the session. Parents and VET Co-ordinators welcome.
There has never been a better time to get an Apprenticeship or Traineeship. The South Australian Government is committed to supporting an additional 20,800 apprentices and trainees over four years through the Skilling South Australia initiative, ensuring that these opportunities are attractive to jobseekers, business and industry, and meets the state’s skills needs now and in the future.
Apprenticeships allow you to learn while you earn. You train on the job, study and earn an income all while working towards becoming a qualified tradesperson.
An apprenticeship normally takes three to four years in traditional trade areas like carpentry, electrical, hairdressing and plumbing.
Traineeships are like apprenticeships, but they concentrate on vocational or job areas such as office administration, information technology or hospitality.
A traineeship lasts one to two years. You'll learn, work and earn and when you successfully complete you will receive (at a minimum) a Certificate II qualification.
Learn while you earn, flexible study options and being able to immediately apply the skills you learn to your job are just some of the benefits of an Apprenticeship and a Traineeship. Watch this video to find out more.
Download the TAFE SA Apprenticeship and Traineeship brochure for hints, tips and contact details to help you on the path to success. Also available from a campus near you.
Learn about industries that best suit you and your interests.
Prepare your Resume and search job sites online, ask family or friends for referrals and research companies you would like to work for.
MAS National | Check their jobs register
MEGT (Australia) Ltd | Check their jobs register
Your new employer, GTO or ANP will connect you with TAFE SA to confirm the appropriate qualification that will both meet your career goals and be suitable for the workplace. Find courses
Once you have started work, an ANP will help you and your employer complete a Training Contract.
Your ANP and TAFE SA will assist you and your employer to develop a Training Plan.
* If the apprentice or trainee is under 18, the parent or guardian must also agree.
Learn with TAFE SA’s industry trained staff and access the latest learning technologies through our unrivalled and award-winning specialist education centres. Our qualifications are nationally recognised and give you the skills that employers want. We consult regularly with industry and make regular updates to ensure they stay that way.
After your apprenticeship or traineeship, the sky’s the limit to advance your career and build new skills. Many apprentices and trainees go onto further study like project management or courses to start their own business or to upgrade their skills to ensure they are current to industry requirements.
All TAFE SA students, including apprentices and trainees can receive assistance through Student Services.
The ‘Disabled Australian Apprentice Wage Support’ (DAAWS) scheme is a Commonwealth-funded initiative which supports apprentices/trainees to help them reach their potential as skilled workers.
The scheme may provide support for the off-the job component of your apprenticeship/traineeship, including mentoring, tutoring and interpreting.
For more information, contact one of our student services officers or your Australian Apprenticeship Network Provider:
A School Based Apprenticeship or Traineeship (SBAT) allows senior secondary students to begin their apprenticeship or traineeship in Years 10, 11 or 12, combining paid employment and structured work-related training as part of their South Australian Certificate of Education (SACE).SBATs are a pathway to employment in a trade or occupation, self-employment, further training or higher education.
When you study at TAFE SA, you’ll have all the support you need to help you be successful. Please reach out to our Support Services should you need support for your studies PRIOR to enrolment.
Here are some other ways to get more information:
Freecall 1800 882 661