News Articles

  • NEW Are you ready for the new AAPathways website?

    The Australian Apprenticeships and Traineeships Information Service (AATIS) is excited to announce our series of upcoming webinars prior to the launch of our all new website. LAUNCHING 1 SEPTEMBER

  • NEW No Frills Wrap Up

    The 26th National Vocational Education and Training Research Conference 'No Frills' was held in Hobart last week. Australian Apprenticeships were on show with a number of keynote speakers and concurrent sessions discussing the sector.

  • NEW Poster: Engaging young people with Australian Apprenticeships infomration

     Our poster, presented at last week's National VET Research Conference 'No Frills' looks at the reasons why we need to engage young people with career information. Take a look at the Preliminary report for further details of this research.

  • NEW Preliminary report: Engaging young people with Australian Apprenticeships information

    Released in time for the National VET Research Conference 'No Frills', the preliminary report 'Engaging young people with Australian Apprenticeships information' gives insight into the importance of engaging young people with careers information. Contact us for a hard copy of this report.

  • NEW Older Apprentices facts sheet

    An inforgraphic sheet that provides data on apprentices and trainees over the age of 25. A resource that can be used by career advisors, industry experts or business.

  • Engaging young people with careers information

     Young people need access to high quality information during their career decision making. Our research examines the platforms young people and their influencers are using to access career information.

  • Indigenous participation in Australian Apprenticeships

    In the spirit of this year’s Reconciliation Week theme, Let’s Take the Next Steps, we take a look at Australian Apprenticeship pathways that Indigenous learners are taking.

  • CDAA Conference

    Australian Apprenticeship and Traineeship Information Service enjoyed the networking opportunity at this years CDAA Conference and we look forward to seeing everyone again next year.

  • Have your say: The National Student Outcomes Survey

     The National Student Outcomes Survey asks vocational education and training (VET) students, including apprentices and trainees, for information about their reasons for doing training, their employment outcomes, and their satisfaction with the training.

  • Fast facts: Electrical and electronic

     An inforgraphic sheet that provides data around the electrical and electronics industry. A resource that can be used by career advisors, industry experts or business.

  • Record My Hours - The Fair Work Ombudsmen

    Are you unsure of how to monitor your hours of work? Looking for a way to make it simpler? Then the Fair Work Ombudsmen have a great App called Record My Hours, AATIS trialled it and found that it worked well and is a great option for those needing to monitor their work hours. Try it today!

  • Very fast facts: Electricians

    A short infographic sheet that outlines some of the key data about electricians. A resource that can be used by career advisors, industry experts or business.

  • The budget buzz: What does the budget mean for Australian Apprenticeships?

    The 2017 budget has been released with several implications for the Australian Apprenticeships sector. The three most important things to consider are the new Skilling Australia Fund, the Industry Specialist Mentoring Program, and funding for universities to run sub bachelor programs.

  • Fast facts: Information Technology and Communication
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    An infographic fact sheet that provides the data around apprenticeship and traineeship opportunities in the Information Technology and Communications sectors. A resource that can be used by career advisors, industry experts or business.

     

  • Super Fast facts: Information Technology and Communication

  • PwC - Careers and Skills Pathways Research

    PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) is working with the Federal Department of Education and Training to research how individuals and organisations around Australia use, access or deliver careers information, advice and support.

    To contribute to this research, register your interest here

  • Comparing younger and older apprentices

    A perspective on the NCVER report and infographic: Hargreaves, Stanwick, & Skujins. The changing nature of apprenticeships: 1996-2016, NCVER, 2017.

  • Kick start a career at school!

    Now that the school year has kicked off students may be considering their study pathways.
    This article povides some information about school-based apprenticeships and traineeships, and the benefits.

     

  • Fast facts: Business and finance

    A basic fact sheet that provides the data around apprenticeship and traineeship opportunities in the business and finance sector. A resource that can be used by career advisors, industry experts or business.

  • The other 2% - Female tradies in Australia

    There are a number of benefits for becoming a tradesperson: getting paid to study as an apprentice, good job security, and the opportunity for self employment. The figures speak for themselves, there is a high demand for female tradies.