The flexibility and variety of this learning approach has enormous value for students who prefer hands-on learning to traditional schooling pathways.
Traineeships are formal on-the-job training arrangements that provide the opportunity to earn an income, while training on the job and working towards a nationally recognised qualification at the same time.
Our Traineeships are in vocational areas, such as aged care, hospitality or horticulture.
Look Now Training Traineeships are usually 12-24 months in duration. Qualifications completed during this time vary from Certificate II up to Diploma level.
There are many different types of people who become apprentices or trainees, including students, school-leavers, people re-entering the workforce and adults changing careers.
Look Now Training also offers apprenticeships, which are very similar but focus on specific trade skills. Look Now Training Apprenticeships are usually 3 – 6 years in duration.
School Based Traineeships
Our School-Based Traineeships allow students in Years 10, 11 or 12 to work for an employer as a paid employee, and train towards a recognised qualification, while completing high school.
In many cases the qualification achieved through the completion of the traineeship will contribute to or improve your ATAR.
Look Now Training offers School-Based Traineeships in the areas of Retail, Hospitality, Community Services, Individual Support and Horticulture.
Benefits of school-based traineeships:
• The flexibility and variety of this learning approach has enormous value for students who prefer hands-on learning to traditional schooling pathways.
• Students employed as school-based trainees develop workplace skills, knowledge and confidence and have a competitive edge when applying for jobs.
• A school-based traineeship can lead directly to full-time employment upon graduation.
• Students attain a nationally recognised qualification that counts towards their QCE.
• School-based trainees are paid while they learn.
• Trainees learn workplace skills, gain confidence, and adapt to a work environment.
A school-based trainee’s employment and/or training arrangements must impact on their school timetable for the program to be considered school-based.
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