What is a traineeship?
Trainees enter into a contract with an employer to gain hands-on skills and work experience while earning a wage. Traineeships are usually in non-trade related areas and last for 12 months or more.
To be a trainee you must firstly be employed and discuss the option of a traineeship with your employer.
Employers then make the initial phonecall and application for the traineeship on behalf of the employee. Once initial discussion are complete the employer and employee enter into a contract with the Registered Training Organisation.
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