ICT Industries

Apprenticeships & Traineeships

Benefits of Employing an Australian Apprentice

Australian Apprenticeships is a term that covers all apprenticeships and traineeships.

Australian apprenticeships provide real benefits to NSW Information and Telecommunications Technology employers by developing skilled productive workers trained for specific industry needs and processes.

Ensuring the right skills

The Australian Apprenticeship system targets better ‘quality assurance’ of training which ensures that the employer gets a competent and motivated employee with the necessary skills to contribute effectively in the workplace.

Range of Australian Apprenticeships for the NSW Information and Telecommunications Technology Industry

Australian Apprenticeships and Traineeships for the NSW Information and Telecommunications Technology Industry have been developed with input of industry to cover both new entrants and existing workers and are 12 months to 48 months duration

For the full range of traineeships and supporting information please follow the links below.



Funding and Incentives Assistance

Employing an Australian Apprentice attracts financial and other assistance from both the Commonwealth and New South Wales Governments to assist in reducing the costs to the eligible employer.

For the full range of assistance please use the links:



Support for Employers

Australian Apprenticeship organisations will provide you with the information, help and support at all stages of the Australian Apprenticeship pathway. This assistance can commence in the recruiting phase, moves then to the sign up process, continues through the funding and incentives phases and finishes when all training is successfully completed by the apprentice or trainee

For further information on Australian Apprenticeship Centres please click here.

Should you require more information about Apprenticeships and Traineeships in NSW please click here.  There is also a useful booklet ‘A Guide to Apprenticeships and Traineeships in New South Wales’.