School Based Apprenticeships Available

School Based Traineeships are available in a range of industry areas. See the list below for further information. If an industry area is not listed, please contact your local School Based Apprenticeship & Traineeship Coordinator to see if it can be made available.

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Automotive

Baking

Beauty Therapy

Carpentry

Electrotechnology

Farriery

Furnishing

Hairdressing

Horticulture Landscape Construction

Horticulture Turf

Hospitality

Locksmithing

Marine

Meat Processing

Metal & Engineering

Engineering- Jewellery Manufacture Certificate III
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In this training apprentices will acquire the skills and knowledge to enable them to design and manufacture individual pieces of jewellery using a wide range of materials, techniques, procedures and processes relevant to work in the industry. Training is characterised by a high emphasis on design, practical skills and operating techniques as well as diagnostic procedures and the technical analysis and correction of faults typically found in the trade. Training for this qualification is delivered by Enmore TAFE only.

Total Unit Credit
for HSC
ATAR pathway
min 4


Engineering - Fabrication Trade Certificate III
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Apprentices will gain the competencies required to work as a fabrication tradesperson. Competencies include workplace communication, occupational health and safety, quality procedures systems and planning, engineering measurement, computations and computer technology plus industry-specific skills in welding, boilermaking and light fabrication (sheetmetal).

Total Unit Credit
for HSC
ATAR pathway
min 4


Engineering - Mechanical Trade Certificate III
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In this training apprentices will acquire skills and knowledge in workplace communication, occupational health and safety, quality procedures, systems and planning, engineering measurement, computations and computer technology plus some industry-specific skills in mechanical fitting and machining that are relevant to their current or intended employment.

Total Unit Credit
for HSC
ATAR pathway
min 4


Engineering Electrical/Electronic Certificate III
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This course aims to provide training and skill development in areas such as installation, maintenance, diagnostics and related activities associated with engineering electrical /
electronic trade work.

Course outcomes are designed for people working in the Engineering Electrical or Electronic industries.

Total Unit Credit
for HSC
ATAR pathway
min 4


Painting and Decorating

Plumbing

Roof Tiling

Shopfitting

Signcraft

Wall and Ceiling Lining

Wall and Floor Tiling


There are many more trade qualifications available across a range of industry areas. To enquire about a school based apprenticeship in a trade that interests you. Please click here


(ICF) denotes an Industry Curriculum Framework Course. An optional HSC exam in these courses is available to contribute to the Australian Tertiary Admissions Rank.

The Board of Studies will add units of competency that are listed in the school-based component of a students training plan which are not currently available in the relevant ICF SBA pathway.

To facilitate this schools are asked to complete the Application for inclusion of additional unit(s) of competency to the SBA pathway of an ICF form.


To obtain details about other trade qualifications available within the school based apprenticeship program please refer to Training Market NSW


For further information regarding School Based Apprencticeships, please contact the Senior Pathways Unit