New Apprenticeships

A ‘New Apprenticeship’ is an apprenticeship or traineeship that offers new training flexibilities, new support service arrangements and new opportunities for structured training. They cover full or part-time paid work and training, and leads to a national qualification.

Students

New 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 New Apprenticeships Website provides information on how New Apprenticeships work, the benefits for you, New Apprenticeship Centers (NACs) and where to get more information.

Employers

New Apprenticeships are the best way to combine training and employment. They offer new opportunities in tourism, hospitality and caravans, as well as new support service arrangements and flexible training. New Apprenticeships provide real benefits for your business. Your New 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 New Apprenticeships have been designed to be flexible, while at the same time providing nationally recognised quality training developed by industry for industry. The New Apprenticeships Website explains how New Apprenticeships work, the benefits for your business, New Apprenticeship Centers (NAC’s) and where to get more information. For further information contact you local State/Territory Training Authority, or the New Apprenticeships Website.

New Apprenticeships in Tourism

  • Meetings

  • Retail

  • Travel

  • Tourist Attractions

  • Tourist Information Services

  • Tour Guiding

  • Wholesale Tour Operators


New Apprenticeships in Hospitality Food and Beverage

  • Gaming

  • Housekeeping

  • Front Office

  • Kitchen Attending


New Apprenticeships in Caravans

  • Recreational Vehicle Manufacturing

  • Recreational Vehicle Servicing

  • Recreational Vehicle and Accessories

  • Retailing Caravan Park Operations

 

Training Authorites

Office of Training and Adult Education (ACT)

The Training and Adult Education Branch manages the vocational education and training system in the ACT in response to national initiatives and local priorities.

Web: www.decs.act.gov.au/services/Training.htm

 

Department of Training (WA)

The Department of Training is committed to maximising training and employment opportunities for Western Australians. The Department of Training is responsible for planning the long-term development of the vocational education training system to meet current and future needs of industry, the community and regional areas. The site provides information on vocational education and training, news, initiatives and events, employment programs, and a diverse resource section.

Web: www.training.wa.gov.au

 

Department of Education and Training (NSW)

The NSW Department of Education and Training provides a range of vocational education and training (VET) policies, strategies, programs and services for specific industries and individuals. These include training programs to address skill needs in industry, particularly those in small businesses. The Department also administers the NSW apprenticeship and traineeship system and provides recognition services for people wishing to attain formal qualifications.

Web: http://www.det.nsw.edu.au/

 

 

Department of Employment, Education and Training (NT)

A new department, the Department of Employment, Education and Training has been established, comprising the former:
- NT Department of Education
- NT Employment, Education and Training
- Work Health and Electrical Safety
This new department recognises the links between education and employment, education and training and training and employment.

Web: www.deet.nt.gov.au

 

Department of Employment and Training (Qld)

The Queensland Department¹s site includes information on apprenticeship/traineeship issues, user choice, competitive tenders, funding, information for Registered Training Organisations and a customer shop front (Centre for Training Materials) for the online purchase of training products, policies, publications and range of statistical information.

Web: www.training.qld.gov.au

 

 

Department of Education, Training and Employment (SA)

The Department of Education, Training and employment has entry points for:

  • Students and the community (studying and working in SA including jobs, courses, apprenticeships and links to useful sites)
  • Businesses (funds for training, courses, training providers)
  • New apprenticeships (including training for apprentices and trainees, employer subsidies and links around Australia)
  • Registered Training Organisations (including the latest on how to become registered, quality arrangements, training packages)

Web: www.training.sa.gov.au/ovet_home.asp

 

Office of Training and Tertiary Education (VIC)

The Office of Training and Tertiary Education site has entry points for students and jobseekers, training providers, employers and industry and community training. It also lists publications and contacts, and has news and useful links.

Web: www.otte.vic.gov.au

 

 

Office of Post- Compulsory Education and Training (TAS)

The Tasmanian Office of Post-Compulsory Education and Training, Department of Education site includes information about the office, publications, information for students and industry, current programs, legislation and links.

Web: www.opcet.tas.gov.au

 

   

 

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