Our Traineeships are structured workplace based training arrangements, some of which are partly subsidised by the New South Wales Government Smart and Skilled Initiative. During the course of a Traineeship, a Trainee will have the opportunity to receive on the job training which comprises of competency based assessments and Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL). On completion the trainee is issued a nationally accredited qualification.
BENEFITS OF TRAINEESHIPS
As the training is often government funded your business will benefit from financial incentives, a user friendly training approach and improved staff retention rates.
There is also recognition of the training that is implemented in the workplace (so that the training is relevant) and an increase in productivity and motivation of staff members.
Trainees will be allocated a one-on-one industry mentor. The mentor will meet in the workplace every six to eight weeks to monitor and assist their progress and assess their competence.
SCHOOL BASED TRAINEESHIPS
School based programs are available to Secondary School students wishing to get ahead in their career and gain the skills required to work in the industry. Students may be in Year 10 or 11 and working at least eight hours per week.
2018 FEE SCHEDULE
If your staff are eligible for Traineeship and/or Apprenticeship funding , you will benefit from an incentive scheme. Employers may receive up to $4,000 in government incentives depending on the qualification and employment status.
When you enrol with Quality Training & Hospitality College fees are payable in three installments. Initial payment is a $250 administration fee followed by the remaining balance split over two payments. The final installment is due on course completion.
|Requerements||FULL TIME||PART TIME||MATURE AGE|
|Up to $4,000 pp||Up to $1,500 pp||Up to $4,000 pp|
|REQUIREMENTS||FULL TIME||PART TIME||SCHOOL BASED|
|Residency||Be an Australian Citizen or Permanent Resident or a New Zealand passport holder who has resided in Australia for at least 6 months or a humanitarian refugee.|
|Min. working hours||38 hours||Average 21 hours||8 hours|
|Living or working in||New South Whales||New South Whales||New South Whales|
|Minimum age||At least 15 years or older||in Year 10 or 11|
|Employment status||Staff employed less than 3 months||Staff employed less than 12 months||N/A|