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Training package qualifications summary, Australian Apprenticeships data and research.

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NEW Training Package Qualifications – Recent Registration in States and Territories

Updated 28th July 2022 - Attached is a summary of the qualifications that have recently been registered in each State and Territory.

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New South Wales

  • Financial Services (FNS)
  • Food, Beverage and Pharmaceutical (FBP)
  • Furnishing (MSF)


  • Gas Industry (UEG)
  • Property Services (CPP)
  • Pulp and Paper Manufacturing Industries (PPM)
  • Public Sector (PSP)
  • Agriculture, Horticulture and Conservation and Land Management (AHC)
  • Transport and Logistics (TLI)
  • Hairdressing and Beauty Services (SHB)
  • Australian Meat Processing (AMP)
  • Transmission, Distribution and Rail Sector (UET)
  • Correctional Services (CSC)
  • Animal Care and Management (ACM)


  • Agriculture, Horticulture and Conservation and Land Management (AHC)
  • Automotive Retail, Service and Repair (AUR)

Western Australia

  • Manufacturing and Engineering (MEM)
  • Forest and Wood Products (FWP)
  • Hairdressing and Beauty Services (SHB)
  • Transport and Logistics (TLI)
  • Financial Services (FNS)
  • Sport, Fitness and Recreation (SIS)
  • Gas Industry (UEG)


  • Racing and Breeding (RGR)
  • Manufacturing and Engineering (MEM)
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Australian Apprenticeships Summary Statistics - Year to September 2021

Australian Apprenticeships Summary Statistics - Year to September 2021

This document provides a summary of the National Apprentice and Trainee Collection statistics for each State and Territory. It also includes data about qualification approvals, and commencements split by Apprenticeship and Traineeship classification. This data has been sourced from the National Centre for Vocational Education and Research (NCVER) along with AATIS’ own data collections.

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AATIS Research

The AATIS Research Team undertake projects that inform our work as an information service. This includes projects into information provision methods, such as understanding how parents and young people access careers information. In turn, this research influences the ways that AATIS provides information. Other projects focus on Australian Apprenticeships and information needs in this industry, informing the content we present.

To find out more about AATIS Data & Research, please contact the team at research@aatis.com.au or on 1800 338 022. Subscribe to the Industry Insiders newsletter at the bottom of the page to stay up to date with AATIS Research and Data.

AATIS Stakeholder Survey

Throughout 2021 and early 2022, AATIS sought feedback from industry stakeholders about use of the Service. This feedback will help inform our work, including future projects and resource development, and enhancements and updates to existing resources.

We extended an invite to anyone from across the Australian Apprenticeships and careers industry to complete the survey. All responses are confidential.

For further information on this survey, or for information and resources about Australian Apprenticeships, please email AATIS at research@aatis.com.au or call us on 1800 338 022.

Read the Preliminary Report

The Australian Apprenticeships and Traineeships Information Service (AATIS) is funded by the Australian Government Department of Education, Skills and Employment. AATIS is a neutral and trusted source of information and resources in the Australian Apprenticeships industry.

Our work assists organisations in the Australian Apprenticeships, school and careers, employment services, and wider VET industries.  AATIS works closely with industry stakeholders to ensure that their respective information and resource requirements are met.

This preliminary report provides a high-level overview of feedback from the 2021-22 AATIS Stakeholder Survey. The detailed final report will be released by June 2022.


Current Projects

Apprentice Readiness Quiz

We are developing a tool to help potential apprentices and trainees understand how ready they are to commence. This quiz, along with background information, will be released in mid 2022.

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