During the course of a traineeship, a trainee gains work experience and has the opportunity to learn new skills in a hands-on environment. Upon successful completion, the trainee earns a nationally recognised qualification. A traineeship can be a valuable step to a rewarding career.
The Commonwealth government’s Australian Apprenticeships website provides information about how apprenticeships and traineeships work and the support available for apprentices, trainees and employers. The Australian Apprenticeship and Traineeship Information Service (AATIS) is an online resource managed by the Commonwealth government, that raises awareness of potential and current apprenticeship and traineeship pathways for students, job seekers, career advisors, and employers within industry.
A full list of traineeships registered for delivery in Western Australia can be found via the Department of Training and Workforce Development’s Apprenticeship Office.
We have compiled a list of traineeships registered for delivery in Western Australia in business & administrative, financial, and property services, as well as local government, public sector, and correctional services.
Business qualifications provide a wealth of transferrable skills to work in an office environment. They prepare individuals to work as part of a team, guide them into leadership roles, or equip them to meet the safety requirements within the workplace, making Business Services traineeships incredibly popular.
These fact sheets contain information about traineeships in Business Services (Level 3 and 4), Occupational Health and Safety, and Leadership and Management (Level 4 and 5/Manager).