Students in Years Ten to Twelve are able to undertake a School-Based Apprenticeship or Traineeship. In most cases, this means that they attend work one day a week (for which they are paid), and are allocated time at school to complete the training needed for the associated certificate qualification.
Employers receive government incentives for employing a school-based trainee or apprentice. School-based traineeships and apprenticeships are available in a range of areas.
School-based apprenticeships and traineeships allow students to:
Work towards a vocational qualification Fast-track a career, while still at school Earn a way while receiving on-the-job training Gain new skills and develop confidence Use skills previously learnt at school in a real-life work environment
For more information, visit Queensland Government Apprenticeship Information.
Alternatively, contact the College's Careers Officer,
Once logged in, the Current School-Based Traineeship and Apprenticeship Vacancies page is available to current students and parents. Year Twelve School Leavers are also able to access full time positions from this page.
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