April 7, 2020
The Government of Western Australia is very supportive of training and developing the workforce. Recently, Premier Mark McGowan and Education Minister Sue Ellery announced the initiative to halve vocational training fees to stimulate training in job growth areas and support important sectors of the State’s economy.
This initiative is driven through the WA Department of Training and Workforce Development (DTWD), and AIWT is one of the few Registered Training Organisations selected to deliver these funded programs. AIWT has had a long and successful history with DTWD and delivering traineeships.
Traineeships are an excellent way to combine training with work, enabling trainees to have a job, on-the-job training and formal study towards a nationally recognised qualification. Traineeship also provides hands on skills and work experience and can improve employment prospects and range of career choices.
Anyone can do a traineeship, whether you are a school-leaver, re-entering the workforce or as an adult or mature-aged person wishing to change careers. Traineeships can even start while the trainee is still at school.
Benefits to the trainee:
Benefits of traineeships are not just limited to the trainees only. The employers also benefit from committing to a traineeship.
Benefits to the employer:
Traineeships and other funded programs can be a definite bonus to companies that value good employees. At AIWT, we work closely with employers to customise training to suit the business and we can deliver training at the workplace, as we know how busy businesses can be.
At AIWT, we offer Traineeships and Priority Industry Training (PIT) in:
Please contact AIWT at 08 9249 9688 to find out more about Traineeships or about any of our courses.
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