Are you looking to find employment and increase your work experience? The Brotherhood can help place you in a traineeship. Australian Apprenticeships (often referred to as simply apprenticeships or traineeships) offer opportunities for anyone of working age to train, study and simultaneously earn an income in a wide range of occupations and trades.
They are available in more than 500 occupations at all certificate levels up to Advanced Diploma and provide nationally recognised quality training developed by industry for industry. Whether you’re looking for your first job, seeking a career change, or re-entering the workforce after long term unemployment, traineeships are a great option for anyone wanting to build their skills and qualifications.
Through the traineeship program, our Group Training Organisation (GTO) directly employs trainees and apprentices and places them with host employers, including the Brotherhood, across a range of industries. The Brotherhood is also a Registered Training Organisation and can offer nationally recognised courses in tandem with traineeships. This allows our trainees to get formal, recognised qualifications, valuable work experience and the confidence they need to move into mainstream jobs.
The Brotherhood supports trainees across greater Melbourne, from our Centre for Work and Learning in Fitzroy.
If you think a traineeship might be right for you, give us a call on (03) 9288 9900 to learn more.
Alternatively, send us an email at grouptraining(at)bsl.org.au
Consider taking on a trainee or apprentice through our GTO. Traineeships provide a cost-efficient and administratively simple way for small to medium sized businesses to hire apprentices/trainees when this might otherwise not be possible. The GTO looks after superannuation, payroll, WorkCover, training and any other administration associated with the employment contract.
Contact Brian Finnigan on (03) 9288 9948 to learn more.
Group Training OrganisationCentre for Work and Learning95 Brunswick Street, Fitzroy, Victoria 3065Phone: (03) 9288 9900Email: grouptraining(at)bsl.org.au
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