Updated 26th September 2016 - Attached is a summary of the qualifications that have recently been registered in each State and Territory.
The National Centre for Vocational Education and Research (NCVER) has released the "Australian vocational education and training statistics: Apprentices and trainees 2015 - Annual" publication.
The National Centre for Vocational Education and Research (NCVER) has released "Australian vocational education and training statistics: Apprentices and Trainees", for the March Quarter 2016.
AusAppPathways is a new app that helps students at the beginning of their career research to explore the many apprenticeship and traineeship pathway options.
AusAppPathways is available for both Apple and Android devices.
The app allows students to browse from general industry options to apprenticeship and traineeship occupation information, saving and sharing their ideas as they go.
Students can search for occupation and training descriptions that are suited to Australian School-based Apprenticeships and filter results by State and Territory.
The AusAppPathways app also provides information and helpful links on job hunting and career research as well as contact information for local Apprenticeship Network providers and a link to Group Training Organisation listings.
You can watch a short video presentation on the AusAppPathways app on YouTube by clicking here
Australian Apprenticeships Pathways and AusAppPathways Cards
These small cards are available to order, at no cost.
The cards promote the Australian Apprenticeships Pathways website and the AusAppPathways mobile app.
They are handy to use in information kits or as handouts in schools, and at job and careers expos.
To order, please email your organisation name, delivery address and the quantity required to the AAT Information Service at firstname.lastname@example.org.
An A4 sized flyer highlighting the benefits of the new AusAppPathways app for people undertaking apprenticeships and traineeships career research, is available to organisations working with students and jobseekers.
The flyer can be downloaded here, or printed copies can be ordered through the Australian Apprenticeships and Traineeships Information Service.
Printed copies of an A3 size small poster version can also be ordered.
To order these free materials, please email your organisation name, delivery address and the quantity required to the AAT Information Service at email@example.com, or call 1800 338 022.
These instructions illustrate how to 'tap through' the levels of information on AusAppPathways when searching for apprenticeship and traineeship ideas.
Australian Apprenticeship Support Network (Apprenticeship Network) commenced 1 July 2015
The Australian Apprenticeship Support Network (Apprenticeship Network) has replaced Australian Apprenticeships Centres (AACs), effective from 1 July 2015.
The Apprenticeship Network is available to employers and apprentices throughout the apprenticeship lifecycle, from commencement to completion.
Apprenticeship Network providers offer two service types:
- Universal services for all clients, providing essential administrative, payment processing and regular contact; and
- Targeted services for employers and individuals assessed as needing additional support to complete the apprenticeship.
Career Interest Explorer
The Australian Apprenticeships and Traineeships Information Service has launched a new resource on the Australian Apprenticeships Pathways website.
The Career Interest Explorer aims to help students and jobseekers identify the strength of their interests across seven broad work types.
From the outcomes of the Explorer people can search for related information based on specific occupation ideas, or industry wide career information, all available on the Australian Apprenticeships Pathways website.
The resource can be used independently or it can be part of careers discussions with career advisers in schools and other service providers networks.
Students and jobseekers can watch employers talk about their approach to recruiting and interviewing apprentices in the new “Australian Apprenticeships Construction Pathways – Employer Stories” videos available on our "Australian Apprenticeships – My Gain" YouTube channel (www.mygain.com.au).
The attached brochure illustrates the key features of the AAT Info website.
The AAT Information Service will now be Tweeting when key information is uploaded to the websites - www.aatinfo.com.au and www.aapathways.com.au.
Tweets will provide a notice of information sessions, information on new resources and also updates to the Service's database of qualifications registered in each State and Territory.
Attached is a poster highlighting the essential content areas of the Australian Apprenticeships Pathways website. The resource aims to help prompt jobseekers and students to "self help" when researching potential Australian Apprenticeships directions.
The poster is ideal for display at job expos and in client contact areas of offices and schools. The document can be printed as a small A3 size poster or in A4 as a resource for populating information kits.
This Flowchart shows the steps to take to become an Australian Apprentice, as well as useful links to help along the way.
This chart explains the step by step process of employing an Australian Apprentice as well as links to helpful websites.
INDUCTION information below to be updated - March 2016
Please note that the five INDUCTION documents below have been updated to reflect details of the new model for developing and maintaining training packages including the role of Skills Service Organisations.
Download Part 1 of this 5 part staff induction resource. Part 1 covers the key content areas of this website. The document is available in 'Word' format to allow organisations to copy and paste the information into their own induction resources.
Attached is part 2 of 5 of these MS Word based staff induction materials. This section provides a general overview of Training Packages.
In Part 3 of 5 of these induction materials the major roles of some of the key organisations involved in the implementation of Australian Apprenticeships are outlined.
Part 4 of 5 of these materials provides some overview Australian Apprenticeships statistics.
Part 5 (the final part) of these materials provides links to major National and State and Territory resources about VET.