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Apprenticeships and Traineeships

Wage Subsidies and Government Incentives for Employers

About Apprenticeships and Traineeships!

Now is the Perfect Time to Speak to Stanley College

Stanley College is proud to offer Apprenticeships and Traineeships in a wide range of courses including Commercial Cookery, Hospitality, Health, Business and Early Childhood Education.

Stanley College is set apart from other education and training providers through its ability to adapt and offer courses to meet the needs of the labour markets, its commitment to continuous improvement and the passion of its staff to help students learn new skills.

Apprenticeships and Traineeships combine on and off-the-job training, enabling Apprentices and Trainees to have employment while gaining a nationally recognised training qualification.

Wage Subsidies and Hiring Incentives are available until 30 June 2024.
Visit our website or call us for more information on 08 6119 8400.

  • Wage Subsidy*
    for employers of Australian Apprentices/Trainees in Priority Occupations (including Chefs, Early Childhood and Aged Care).

  • Hiring Incentive*
    for employers of Australian Apprentices/Trainees that are not in a Priority Occupation (including Business and Hospitality).

  • Versatile
    Apprenticeships and Traineeships are available for both new and current employees.

  • Skilled Workers
    Your workers will be supported ongoing by Stanley College trainers.

*Eligibility Criteria apply, see below for further information

What's in it for the employer?
*subject to eligibility criteria

  • Develop qualified and loyal staff that know your company, work environment, standards and customers
  • Increased efficiency and productivity of staff
  • Training needs are specific to organisations requirements
  • Retention of staff
  • Strengthens staff knowledge and skills
  • Competitive edge
Incentives Available*
  • Up to $6,000, WA State Government. On Commencement and Completion.
  • Wage Subsidies and Hiring Incentives are available until 30 June 2024:
    • When you employ a new or recommencing Australian Apprentice/Trainee, undertaking a Certificate III or higher qualification in a Priority Occupation on the Australian Apprenticeship Priority List (Chefs, Early Childhood and Aged Care), eligible employers may receive a Wage Subsidy that:
      • Covers 10% of wages for first and second-year apprentices/trainees (up to $1,500 per quarter); and
      • Covers 5% of wages for third-year apprentices/trainees (up to $750 per quarter)
    • When you employ a new or recommencing Australian Apprentice/Trainee, undertaking a Certificate II or higher qualification in an occupation that is not on the Australian Apprenticeship Priority List (Business and Hospitality), eligible employers may receive a Hiring Incentive:
      • $3,500 total paid in two equal six monthly instalments ($1,750 each) after commencement

*Incentives subject to eligibility criteria, further information available at www.jobsandskills.wa.gov.au

What’s in it for the Apprentice/Trainee?

  • Earn a wage while training
  • Learn on-the-job skills combined with off-the-job training
  • Access to mentors at the workplace
  • Application of skills and knowledge in the workplace
  • Current practices and skills used within industry
  • Receive a nationally recognised qualification

What is the Apprentices/Trainees commitment?

  • Attend a class on campus one day per month
  • Participate in training and complete assessments
  • Participate in eight hours per month online
  • Participate in workplace visits

Industries we work with:

Early Childhood Education

CHC30121 Certificate III in Early Childhood Education and Care (Up to 24 Months)

New and Existing Worker Trainees learn the fundamentals of providing care and education for babies, infants and young children, and how to help plan and implement educational programs for supporting their wellbeing. Career Pathways available include:

  • Early Childhood Educator (Traineeship)
CHC50121 Diploma of Early Childhood Education and Care (Up to 36 months)

New and Existing Worker Trainees learn to provide care and plan, implement and manage programs for children aged 0 to 5 years, in accordance with Australian licensing, accreditation and regulation, duty of care requirements and to manage staff and volunteers. This qualification is for people who have already achieved the CHC30121 Certificate III in Early Childhood Education and Care or CHC30113 Certificate III in Early Childhood Education and Care. Pathways available include:

  • Early Childhood Educator (Traineeship)

Health

CHC33015 Certificate III in Individual Support (Up to 12 Months)

New and Existing Worker Trainees acquire the skills and knowledge to gain a career in community and/or residential aged care facilities. They Learn to provide personal care to people who may require support due to ageing or disability. Pathways available include:

  • Disability Work (Traineeship)
  • Aged Care Work (Traineeship)
  • Community Care Work (Traineeship)
CHC43015 Certificate IV in Ageing Support (Up to 24 Months)

New and Existing Worker Trainees enhance their knowledge and skills required to further a career in Aged Service, either in residential, home or community-based environments. They assist the elderly by facilitating individualised plans to support their needs and gain the experience to provide services to older people with complex needs. Pathways available include:

  • Aged Care Work (Traineeship)

Hospitality

SIT30622 Certificate III in Hospitality (Up to 24 Months)

New Worker Trainees will kick-start a career in the fast growing and diverse hospitality industry, equipping them with the skills and knowledge to be competent in a varied range of positions within food and beverage. They will acquire a range of well-developed hospitality service, sales or operational skills and sound knowledge of industry operations. Pathways available include:

  • Food and Beverage (Traineeship)

Commercial Cookery

SIT30821 Certificate III in Commercial Cookery (Up to 36 Months)

This qualification is achieved through an apprenticeship pathway. Apprentices acquire valuable skills and knowledge to be competent as a qualified cook in a commercial kitchen. They learn about workplace hygiene, first aid and health, safety and security procedures and gain the knowledge to develop cost-effective menus and develop the skills to prepare foods according to dietary and cultural needs. Pathways available include:

  • Chef (Apprenticeship)
SIT40521 Certificate IV in Kitchen Management (Up to 12 Months)

New and Existing Worker Trainees develop competency in cookery and acquire the skills and knowledge to lead a team, they will also learn to implement operational plans and food safety programs. They will acquire skills in people management, inventory control and budgeting. This qualification is for people who have already achieved the SIT30821 Certificate III in Commercial Cookery (leading to the occupation outcome “Chef” through an apprenticeship pathway only) and who have a supervisory or team leading role in the kitchen. Pathways available include:

  • Chef de Partie (Traineeship)

Business

BSB30120 Certificate III in Business (Up to 12 Months)

New Worker Trainees carry out a range of routine procedural, clerical, administrative or operational tasks that require technology and business skills. They apply a broad range of competencies using some discretion, judgment and relevant theoretical knowledge. They may provide technical advice and support to a team. Pathways available include:

  • Business Administration (Traineeship)
  • Customer Engagement (Traineeship)

How to Sign up an Employee for an Apprenticeship or Traineeship and Complete Enrolment:

Step 1

Contact our Traineeship Coordinator to arrange your initial meeting(details provided below).

Alternatively, download the Expression of Interest (EOI) from www.stanleycollege.edu.au/downloads/ and return to via email to the Traineeship Coordinator

Step 2

The Traineeship Coordinator will arrange to visit the employer with the Australian Apprenticeship Support Network (AASN) provider, to sign the training agreement.

Step 3

Once the training contract is finalised by the Apprenticeship Office, training can commence.

Traineeship Coordinator - Kylie Freeman
Contact Email - traineeships@stanleycollege.edu.au
Contact Telephone - 08 6119 8400

Note: Students can apply for either credit or Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) where possible. There is no fee for units that you are granted Credits. RPL units are charged on a unit-by-unit (per subject) basis (fee payable will vary depending on the type of evidence submitted).

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In the spirit of reconciliation, Stanley College acknowledges the Traditional Custodians of the country throughout Australia and their connections to land, sea and community. We pay our respect to their Elders, past and present and extend that respect to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples today.

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