What is a traineeship?
A traineeship is a training and employment contract that has the intended outcome of a Nationally Recognised Qualification for the trainee and possible financial incentives for the employer. Traineeships are mostly available for new workers and are delivered on the job so there is no requirement for the trainee to leave work for off-the-job training.
Australian Government Incentives
Eligible trainees attract commencement and completion incentives for their employer. Guidelines and more information is available from the Australian Apprenticeship website or contact your local Australian Apprenticeship Support Network Provider for assistance.
Jobs & Skills WA Employer Incentives
The Jobs and Skills WA Employer Incentive provides financial assistance to Western Australian businesses who employ an apprentice or new entrant trainee. Base incentive payments may be available for eligible trainees of between $1062.50 and $4250. Find out more at the Jobs & Skills WA website.
Tuition Fee Subsidies
Most traineeships attract subsidised tuition fees through the Jobs & Skills WA program. Indicative fees are shown on individual qualification flyers available for download from our website.
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