Learn more about employing an apprentice or trainee in your business

Learn more about employing an apprentice or trainee in your business

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Make the most of apprenticeship or traineeship opportunities

If you are an employer, establishing a position for an apprentice or trainee can reap substantial benefits for your business. Or if you are thinking about becoming an apprentice or trainee, it’s a great way to acquire many valuable and sought-after skills. Either way, we are the people to talk to about getting the maximum benefit out of employing or becoming an apprentice or trainee.

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2019 Federal Budget

Government commits over $525 million to skills package in a bid to deliver a world class vocational education and training system.

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Skillsroad 2018 Youth Census

The results are in! See what 30,000+ youth have to say about their perceptions around transitioning from school to work.

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Australian Business Apprenticeships Centre

Powering Apprenticeship Support Australia in New South Wales, Queensland and Australian Capital Territory


Business SA

Powering Apprenticeship Support Australia in South Australia


CCI Western Australia

Powering Apprenticeship Support Australia in Western Australia


Victorian Chamber of Commerce and Industry

Powering Apprenticeship Support Australia in Victoria

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News, Events & Media

  • ASA apprentices recognised at NSW Training Awards night

    Schools Based Apprentice of the Year and Apprentice of the Year

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  • ASA helping Gold Coast Titans players get ahead with their careers after rugby league

    Life after the Titans

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  • National Minimum Wage Announcement May 2019

    The Fair Work Commission announced its annual minimum wage decision yesterday, raising the minimum wage rate by 3%. This increase will commence from the first full pay period starting on or after 1 July 2019.

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  • Future proof your business through mentoring

    Let ASA help you support your apprentices

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  • New career pathway for Riverina Murray NSW youth

    Albury local, Kurtis Somerfield, pursued the apprenticeship program in order to gain a 'work ready' skillset and qualifications, all by the time he finishes high school.

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