Apprenticeships and traineeships combine training and employment.
You can learn on the job and earn money while studying a nationally recognised qualification. The duration is between three and four years.
A pre-apprenticeship gives you basic skills in your interest area and readies you for an apprenticeship. It can take up to six months and you do not need to be employed.
A school-based apprenticeship/traineeship allows Year 11 and 12 students to commence their apprenticeship or traineeship while at school.
It combines part-time employment, school study and vocational training. As well as gaining a vocational education qualification, you may also receive credit towards your Victorian Certificate of Education (VCE) or Victorian Certificate of Applied Learning (VCAL).
See the full list of apprenticeship and traineeship programs.
These programs are not available to international students.
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