Traineeships / Apprenticeships
Research has found that training provides a positive return on investment (ROI) and helps businesses in the areas of:
- Savings on materials and capital costs
- Worker motivation
- Improved quality and service
- Staff retention
The Australian Apprenticeship & Traineeship system allows for better “quality assurance” of training, to ensure that employers get both a competent employee and that the skills required by industry are preserved and passed on to others.
Courses are designed by industry for industry, and are available in more than 500 occupations across Australia, ranging from construction to multimedia.
The Apprenticeship & Traineeship courses are flexible and provide a wide choice of training options. They also offer the opportunity of full- or part-time employment, enabling employers to fill gaps on staff rosters for any period of time, from one to several days per week.
As an RTO, Workright® Australia can:
- help you choose the right training
- customise training to suit your needs
- conduct a skills assessment of each Trainee/Apprentice
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For eligible employers, Traineeships & Apprenticeships may attract financial assistance from both Australian and state and territory governments, to help reduce the cost of training.
To find out more about New Apprenticeships, visit the Commonwealth New Apprenticeship webpage: www.australianapprenticeships.gov.au
As one of Australia’s oldest private Registered Training Organisations, with 27 years experience in Vocational Education and Training, we can provide the personal and professional development program for you.
All Workright® Australia courses are nationally recognised with full credit status towards nationally recognised qualifications and are fully eligible for Austudy and other relevant Centrelink schemes. Qualifications can be gained via instructor-led training, by Distance Education print based delivery, or online through the GEM Online Campus. (Visit www.gemcollege.edu.au)