Apprenticeships

Apprenticeship or traineeships offer training flexibility, support service arrangements and new opportunities for structured training. They cover full or part-time paid work and training, and can lead to a national qualification.


Students

Apprenticeships are a great career option. They combine practical work with structured training to give you a nationally recognised qualification and the experience you need to get the job you want. You don’t have to wait to until you leave school to get started. Many schools now offer the option for students to start a New Apprenticeship while attending school.

The Australian Apprenticeships website provides information on how apprenticeships and traineeships work, the benefits for you and where to get more information. Visit www.australianapprenticeships.gov.au for more information.

Employers

Apprenticeships and traineeships are the best way to combine training and employment. They offer fantastic opportunities in tourism, hospitality and caravans, as well as new support service arrangements and flexible training.

Apprenticeships provide real benefits for your business. Your apprentice contributes to your bottom line with practical skills and knowledge acquired through his or her training. No two businesses are the same, and that is why apprenticeships should been designed to be flexible, while at the same time providing nationally recognised quality training developed by industry for industry. The Australian Apprenticeships website explains how apprenticeships work, the benefits for your business and where to get more information. For further information, visit www.australianapprenticeships.gov.au

    industry snapshot

    Hospitality

    • Commercial cookery and catering
    • Asian cookery
    • Patisserie
    • Food and beverage
    • Accommodation services
    • Gaming

     

    ourism and Travel

    • Holiday parks and resorts
    • Retail travel
    • Tour wholesaling
    • Information services
    • Tour operations
    • Tour guiding
    • Attractions and theme parks

    Tourism includes both domestic and international travel and involves the purchase of a wide range of goods and services.  To give a few examples, these may be provided by transport and tour operators, travel agencies, hotels and resorts, theme parks, tour guides, museums and historical sites, restaurants, cafes and clubs.

    The Hospitality sector is one of the largest employers in Australia. It includes businesses that provide accommodation, meals and drinks services and businesses such as hotels, motels, resorts, cafes, restaurants, clubs and casinos.