Learn new skills and get paid with a traineeship
A traineeship is a three-way contract between a student, an employer and SuniTAFE in which the student undertakes an approved course of training with both on-the-job and off-the-job components
Industry areas at SuniTAFE include:
- Business and Accounting
- Children’s Services
- Health and Community Services
- Information Technology
- Work Health and Safety
- Wine Operations
- Agriculture and Horticulture
Apprenticeship v TraineeshipAn apprenticeship provides training in a skilled trade, while a traineeship provides training in a vocational area (particular job or occupation).
Careers advice and supportSuniTAFE’s Skills and Job Centres located at our Mildura and Swan Hill Campuses provide independent advice on study and employment options to apprentices and trainees.
We understand there can be uncertainty in deciding what career you want, so our staff are here to help you decide and support you as you move ahead. Careers Advisors at our Skills and Jobs Centres can guide you through your career options and provide you with the information you need.
- Study options
- Personal career planning and advice (including assistance with a resume or cover letter)
- Recognition of prior learning
- Jobs in demand and employment trends
- Job seeker advice
- Access to other support services.
How to applyTraineeships can commence at any time. Find a business to employ you, then an Australian Apprenticeship Support Network (AASN) manage all contracts and training. Click here to find your nearest AASN.
Further information for apprentices, trainees and employers is available via the Victorian Registration and Qualifications Authority website.