Apprenticeship and traineeships
At RMIT programs are linking people with sound vocational pathways. You will earn an income while studying a nationally recognised qualification. You will gain the skills and business knowledge to become your own boss and start your own business.
What is a pre-apprenticeship?
- A pre-apprenticeship enables you to learn basic skills in a particular field and prepares you for an apprenticeship
- It lasts for up to six months
- No employment is required.
What is an apprenticeship/traineeship?
- Apprentices and trainees are employed under a government-approved training contract
- Apprentices/trainees can be aged 15 and over
- Apprentices are trained for three to four years and trainees for one to two years
- Training can be developed to suit your needs (on or off-the-job).
The school-based programs allow Year 11 and 12 students to undertake VCE or VCAL while being in paid part-time employment and complete a nationally recognised VET qualification. The program takes eighteen months to two years to complete.
- You must be 15 years and over
- Be employed for a minimum of 15 hours per week, including structured training
- You must have the support of your school
- Parents or guardians need to sign a training contact with the
Contact or visit Info Corner to get information on RMIT programs.
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