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Your Duty of Care
The transition from school to work is not easy, and for someone starting their first job it’s a steep learning curve. No matter how committed and keen to learn, young people may need more guidance and support than mature-aged employees, especially in the early stages.
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Why should I employ a school based apprentice or trainee?
Are you finding it hard to get apprentices or trainees for your business?
Questions & Answers about School Based Apprenticeships & Traineships
School Based Apprenticeships allow senior high school students to commence an apprenticeship while at school. While studying for their HSC, school based apprentices work part-time and undertake the first stage of their formal or off-the-job apprenticeship training. Both the on-the-job apprenticeship training undertaken by school based apprentices can contribute to their HSC.
Kick Start Your Career with a School Based Apprenticeship or Traineeship
You don’t need to wait until you leave school to start an apprenticeship.
School Based Apprenticeships and Traineeships - Employers
An opportunity to grow your business
School Based Apprenticeships and Traineeships - Students
Improve your career prospects before you leave school
School Based Apprenticeship and Traineeship
Record of attendance at work for Year 12.
The Record of Attendance at Work Booklet is for school based apprentices and trainees to provide evidence of their
attendance at the workplace.
A new Record Book is required for each school year. If the apprenticeship/traineeship begins in year 10 and continues
through to Year 12 a total of three Record Books will be required.