About This Site
This site provides information and resources about Apprenticeships and Traineeships. This includes over 3,000 job and training descriptions (click on the "Search" menu item) and in excess of 60 job pathway charts (see the "Careers Resources" menu item).
General job hunting advice is held in the "Self Help" menu. Links to related websites and resources are contained in the "Information & Links" and "Workplace Guides" menus.
Some other general Australian Apprenticeships resources are also provided on this page.
UPCOMING INFORMATION SESSIONS 2013
Information sessions covering the content and resources found on the Australian Apprenticeships and Traineeships Information and the Australian Apprenticeships Pathways websites, have been scheduled:
Launceston - Monday, 20th May
Hobart - Monday, 20th May
Adelaide - Friday, 24th May
Ballarat - Wednesday, 12th June
Geelong - Thursday, 13th June
Warrnambool - Friday, 14th June
Perth - Thursday, 20th June
Click the title of this article to download a booking form, complete and return it to reserve a place.
Industry Training Australia recently conducted a brief online survey into the sources of Australian Apprenticeships information used by stakeholders. The survey also sought information about resources that are frequently used, and gaps in information available to stakeholders.
The attached flyer illustrates this website's key content areas. The document can be a useful addition to 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.
"Self Help" Poster
A poster highlighting the essential content areas of the Australian Apprenticeships Pathways website is available for download.
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. It can be printed as a small A3 size poster or in A4 as a resource for populating information kits.
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.
SkillsOne TV Guide
SkillsOne screen a range of training and employment programs accessible daily on the Aurora Channel on Foxtel. Click through to the TV Guide to see what's on this week.