Apprenticeships and Traineeships at William Angliss
One of the great things about studying at TAFE is that it can provide you with a pathway to a brilliant career, further study or both. William Angliss Institute courses can provide many different pathways into apprenticeships, diploma and advanced diploma courses, and degree programs at William Angliss Institute.
When you start an apprenticeship at William Angliss Institute you are launching your career in an industry you are passionate about. The perfect way to learn and refine your chosen trade is to mix practical work with study.
Apprenticeships are generally traditional technical trades which normally take three to four years to complete, depending on the trade.
Apprenticeships are available in the following trades:
- Commercial Cookery
- Meat Processing (Butchery)
Australian School Based Apprenticeships
Australian School Based Apprenticeships (ASBAs) allow you to begin an apprenticeship or traineeship while you are still at school.
ASBAs are a partnership between employers, schools, TAFEs and students.
They allow you to become involved in your trade while you satisfy the vocational component of VCE or VCAL. By embarking on an ASBA you are able to complete certificate-based training that can be credited towards a full apprenticeship.
Graduates who have undertaken ASBAs can move straight into a part-time apprenticeship as a full-time employee or can use their qualifications to give them a competitive edge when applying for casual or part-time work.
Australian School Based Apprenticeships (ASBAs) allow you to begin an apprenticeship or traineeship while you are still at school. Speak with your careers advisor for assistance with finding an employer.
Traineeships are the ultimate in flexible learning, and the perfect way to earn a recognised qualification while you work. Traineeships are usually in non-trade areas. The length of a traineeship depends on whether it is undertaken on a full-time or part-time basis.
Traineeship are available in the following areas:
How to Apply
Step 1 - Visit australianapprenticeships.gov.au or call the Australian Apprenticeships referral line on 13 38 73
Step 2 - Find an employer to employ you as a trainee.
Step 3 - Your new employer will contact the Australian Apprenticeship Centre and register your training agreement with William Angliss Institute.
Step 4 – William Angliss Institute will contact you to advise you of your study program
Traineeships are undertaken in your workplace with Institute trainers visiting every four to six weeks. During these visits training will be conducted, as well as assessments and one-on-one evaluations of your progress. Units that cannot be assessed and completed in the workplace will take place at William Angliss Institute.