Becoming an Apprentice or Trainee
Becoming a DGT Employment & Training apprentice or trainee offers you a highly-skilled, supportive network jam-packed with employer benefits to start building your career.
Here’s a quick guide to help you when starting out as an apprentice or trainee.
1. How do apprenticeships and traineeships work?
An apprenticeship or traineeship is a combination of on and off-the-job training, as well as earning a wage. Apprenticeships are usually a Certificate III level, and take up to four years to complete, where traineeships can range from 12 months to three years.
2. What types of apprenticeships and traineeships does DGT offer?
DGT offers a variety of different courses, from business administration to construction.
We aim to make your life easier by fitting in with your needs and delivering the course to fit your lifestyle. Course delivery options can include:
- School-based: As a part of your high school studies
- Full-time: 36-38 hours a week
- Part-time: No less than 15 hours a week
Have some more questions? We understand.
Call and book an obligation-free appointment with our specialist employment consultants who can help you through the apprentice and trainee journey.
Phone 1300 010 185 or fill in a form below: