What do l need to do to start a traineeship?
Firstly you need to be working in the industry that you are wanting to do the traineeship in. You MUST be employed permanent part-time for a minimum of 13 hours per week.
What incentives are available?
- Full-time (0 – 3 months)
- Part-time (0 – 12 months)
For more information on traineeship incentives contact your local apprenticeship centre.
Do l still need to attend placement hours away from my workplace?
No, as long as you are working in the industry that you are obtaining qualifications for.
How do I apply?
Once you have permission from your workplace you can contact Cire Training to discuss your options further. Cire will make an appointment with you and your employer to discuss the process. If you and your employer agree to proceed we will provide you with the paperwork to ensure that your employer receive their incentives within 6 months if they are eligible.
Can l be eligible for RPL (Recognition of Prior Learning)?
You may be eligible to apply for RPL if you have evidence of knowledge and skills achieved that meet the competency requirements of your chosen qualification. Applicants may be awarded full or partial qualifications based on their RPL assessment. If you have previous qualifications, work or life experiences and would like to discuss your eligibility further be sure to mention it in your pre-enrolment interview.
When is the payment due?
Payment of the study materials is due on enrolment with a minimum of 20% of the course fee. Payment plan options are available, your enrolment officer will assist you in this area.
How long does it take to complete the traineeship?
This depends on the qualification that you wish to undertake as a traineeship. All traineeships are a minumum of 6 months in duration. You will work with you Trainer/ Assessor to establish the length of time it may take for you to complete the traineeship.
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