Your training is an essential part of your apprenticeship or traineeship. Here’s what you need to know so you understand what is required. Don’t forget that APlus is there to help manage and oversee your training until you are fully qualified.
- During a traineeship or apprenticeship, you’ll do a Certificate level of study to go with the ‘hands-on’ learning that takes place on the job.
- Your APlus Employment Co-ordinator will organise a Registered Training Organisation (RTO) to deliver the training program that’s most relevant to you.
- When you have successfully completed your apprenticeship, you will have a Level III Certificate, which is a nationally recognised qualification.
During the first two or three years of your apprenticeship, you will attend training, usually at a TAFE or RTO, either one day a week or in a block of a week every five weeks.
There are costs associated with completing a qualification such as tuition, administration and material fees, they do vary at each RTO and TAFE.
Trainees can attend training one day a week at their RTO or for a maximum three hours a week during school holidays or train fully on the job.
There are cost associated with completing a qualification such as tuition, administration and material fees, they do vary at each RTO
Qualifications after a successful completion of a traineeship can be:
- Certificate II
- Certificate III
- Certificate IV