Seeking a Traineeship or Apprenticeship

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Off-the-job welding training at Central Regional TAFE

Do you like fixing things? Fancy yourself a ‘Master Chef’? Are you an outdoors type?

Doing an apprenticeship or traineeship is a great way to turn your interests into a rewarding career as there are literally hundreds of trades and vocations to choose from.

Apprenticeships and traineeships combine time at work with training and can be full-time, part-time or school-based to give you a nationally recognised qualification and the experience you need for your chosen career.

Apprenticeships are available to anyone of working age with or without a secondary school certificate or other qualification. You can be a school-leaver, school student, re-entering the workforce or an existing worker simply wishing to change careers.

Not sure what type of career to pursue? Contact us for advice and check out the frequently asked questions for more information about how apprenticeships and traineeships work.

Steps to starting your career with ATC

  1. Fill out an application form to register or apply for a job you’re interested in.
  2. We assess you to ensure you have what it takes – the commitment and aptitude to do the job. You may be asked to attend our office in Geraldton or contacted via Skype for an assessment interview. If we think you have what it takes but no suitable vacancies are currently available we will try to find you a placement.
  3. Following an interview with the host employer, successful applicants are employed and registered as apprentices/trainees with ATC.
  4. Once you’ve successfully gained a position with us we pay all wages and entitlements including superannuation, annual leave and sick leave and provide access to workers’ compensation.
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At ATC, we’re committed to helping you kickstart your dream career.