What Can You Expect?
Our Apprenticeship and Traineeship programs are for a four and two year period respectively, and comprise both on-the-job and off-the-job training.
Our Apprentices regularly attend off-the-job block training with training providers such as Federation Training, Tasmania TAFE, TAFE NSW and Queensland Skills Tech who provide Apprentices the foundation knowledge and basic practical skills for their Apprenticeship. Apprentice on-the-job training is supervised by qualified tradespeople according to industry supervision guidelines.
Throughout our programs, Apprentices and Trainees may be required to rotate through a variety of working environments and locations. This is done to gain the required skills and knowledge for the job, maximise development opportunities and help gain an insight into the industry in which we operate.
Where it can be demonstrated that an Apprentice or Trainee has satisfied specific competencies in previous study or work experience, they can apply for recognition of prior learning (RPL). However the decision to recognise RPL will be solely based on the evidence provided and recognition will be at the discretion of the relevant Registered Training Organisation (RTO).
Currently we have 59 Apprentices in the program undertaking the following trade qualification training:
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