What is a traineeship? 

Traineeships combine paid, practical workplace employment under supervision and a nationally recognised TAFE qualification.

Traineeships are generally in non-trade areas such as aged care, allied health, aquatics, business, dental assisting, early childhood education, hospitality, information technology and more. Apprenticeships are generally in trade-related areas like building and construction, automotive, hospitality and hairdressing. 

Trainees combine paid practical workplace employment under supervision, with formal study with an RTO such as Chisholm. 

A traineeship must be a permanent position can be full-time or part-time and can take one to two years to complete.  

Trainees are paid while they undertake a traineeship and once successfully completed, the trainee receives their relevant certificate qualification. 

Chisholm traineeship courses