School Based Traineeships
What is a School Based Traineeship?
School based traineeships provide students with the opportunity to attain a nationally recognised Vocational Education and Training (VET) qualification as well as their Higher School Certificate (HSC) and gain valuable work skills and experience through paid employment.
What are the main features of school-based traineeships?
School based traineeships allow senior high school students to commence a traineeship while at school. While studying for their HSC, school-based trainees work part-time and undertake their formal (off-the-job) traineeship training as part of their HSC.
School Based Traineeships are available in a wide range of industry areas
The NSW School Based Traineeships program works in conjunction with a number of Major Employers including -
- ANZ Bank
- Big W
ANZ Indigenous Program
Since 2003 ANZ has recruited over 200 Indigenous trainees in ANZ branches around Australia. Traineeships make good business sense for ANZ. Investing in training and supporting the community gives ANZ access to talented employees now and into the future.
Toyota T3 Program
An exciting new opportunity is available for students entering year 11 to undertake a school based part-time traineeship with a participating Dealership as part of their year 12 Certificate. On successful completion of their year 12 Certificate and traineeship, students will have the opportunity to continue in full time employment with the Dealership with the view to completing their trade or equivalent studies.