On this page we have listed the best websites and resources available to help you find information on Australian Apprenticeships and Traineeships.
Australian Apprenticeships is the Australian Government website on Australian Apprenticeships. The site provides current information and assistance on Australian Apprenticeships and Traineeships in Australia.
This website provides information and resources for everyone involved in apprenticeships and traineeships. Find easy to access information including career resources, government initiatives, industry info and all the latest news and announcements.
This site provides resources and information about apprenticeships and traineeships including 3,300 job and training descriptions, job pathway charts and general job hunting advice.
Australian Apprenticeship Support Network services are the official representative of the Australian Apprenticeships Incentive Program and administer incentive payments on behalf of the Australian Government. There are more funding sources available for both employees and employers outside the Australian Apprenticeships Incentive Program. These include:
This site lists all the different Indigenous programs available through the Australian Government and how you can access them.
The Job Access site provides help and workplace solutions for the employment of people with a disability. This includes workplace modifications needed to accommodate a worker with a disability.
Centrelink provides information on eligibility and access to financial assistance during your apprenticeship, including Youth Allowance, Austudy and ABSTUDY.
The Department of Education and Training is a Queensland Government Department. DET sets the Government’s strategic policy and direction of education in Queensland. Their purpose is to engage Queenslanders in life long education and training.
Apprenticeships Info is an initiative of the Queensland Government to provide improved support to participants in apprenticeships and traineeships. This site provides great advice on gaining an apprenticeship or traineeship and what’s available in Queensland.
The role of the The Department of Justice and Attorney General is to improve productivity, equity, safety and participation in Queensland workplaces. They aim to promote fair, safe and decent work though policy development and community information and programs.
The Queensland Training Information System provides details on all qualifications and their requirements in Queensland. Search this website for information on apprenticeships and traineeships, preferred Registered Training Organisation (RTO), details on supporting courses, qualifications and more.
The Queensland Training Awards recognise and reward outstanding achievements of individuals and organisations within the vocational education and training sector. BUSY At Work has proudly supported the awards for more than 10 consecutive years. If you know of an apprentice, trainee, or business that has achieved great things visit this website and nominate them.
The Department of Training and Workforce Development, in addition to its vital training role, now has a much broader responsibility which includes a focus on workforce development.
The WA Training Awards recognise and reward outstanding achievements of apprentices, trainees and vocational students, and the contribution to training made by trainers, training organisations and employers.
The Department, responsible to the Attorney General, The Hon Michael Mischin MLC, provides the following services to the State Government and people of Western Australia:
- the administration of courts, tribunals and boards
- the registration of births, deaths, marriages and changes of name advocacy, guardianship and administration services
- trustee services
- legal, legislative drafting, policy and multi-agency coordination for government.
The State Training Board is a statutory body established by Part 3 of the Vocational Education and Training Act 1996. The Board is the peak industry training advisory body to the Minister for Training and Workforce Development in Western Australia. The role of the Board is to provide high level expert advice to the Minister on matters relating to vocational education and training (VET) in Western Australia
Wages and Work Conditions
Find information and advice about Australia’s national workplace relations system from the Fair Work Ombudsman. This site links to Fair Work Australia, the National Workplace Relations Tribunal. You can also find information here on pay, awards and employment entitlements and conditions.
Career Information and Pathways
ApprenticeshipCentral is a free job matching site that helps apprentices and employers connect.
Training.com is your single point of access to the vast range of vocational education and training information, products and services in Australia.
If you have left school and are looking for a job then this site is great for tips and information to get started in your career.
myfuture is an online career service designed to help you explore and plan your career. myfuture has a personal career exploration and decision making tool and provides information about occupations, scholarships, study and training options. You can search for a Registered Training Organisation or course in your State or Territory.
This website supports out-of-trade apprentices return to the workforce and complete their qualification. If your apprenticeship has been cancelled you can register for support to connect you with an employer to complete your apprenticeship through this website.
This area covers essential information about apprenticeships and traineeships along with some practical ‘Step by Step’ job hunting information.
This page provides a range of career information and resources under specific industry titles.
THE BUSY GROUP LTD trading as BUSY At Work is a service provider contracted by the Australian Government as represented by the Department of Education and Training to provide support services to prospective and current employers and Australian Apprentices. THE BUSY GROUP LTD is one of a number of Network Providers in Queensland and Western Australia. This website does not represent the Australian Government, if you wish to access information about the Australian Apprenticeships, from the Australian Government you should access the Australian Apprenticeships website.