Australian VET Outcomes: Part 2 – Apprentices

Australian Apprenticeships combine employment with training, in an 'earn and learn' model. Apprenticeships and traineeships support workers to develop their skills in an industry-relevant manner, preparing them for a career in their chosen occupation. Employers use apprenticeships and traineeships as a way to bring skilled staff into their workplace. You can read more about [...]

March 25th, 2024|Insights|

Did you know? Australian Apprenticeship Priority List

The Australian Apprenticeships Priority List (AAPL) is used as part of the Australian Apprenticeships Incentives System to determine which employers and apprentices are eligible for financial incentives. Employers who take on apprentices in roles listed on the AAPL may receive higher incentives than if the role isn't on the AAPL. Apprentices in 'clean energy' [...]

January 24th, 2024|Insights|

Australian VET outcomes: Part 1 – Employers

The Australian Vocational Education and Training (VET) system is designed to support learners develop the skills and knowledge for work, and to enable employers to hire and upskill staff with the skills and knowledge needed in the workplace. Australian Apprenticeships take this one step further: learners are employed while undertaking their VET qualification, and [...]

November 28th, 2023|Insights|

The clean energy generation: Opportunities for apprenticeships

Jobs and Skills Australia have released a capacity study on Australia's clean energy workforce needs, titled The Clean Energy Generation: workforce needs for a net zero economy. Apprenticeships are highlighted throughout the report as a main pathway into the clean energy workforce, which need to be a focus of governments and industry when considering how [...]

October 31st, 2023|Insights|
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