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What is a Traineeship?

A structured program, usually for a nominal duration of twelve months or more, which is available either on a part-time or full-time basis. A Traineeship is a valuable first step to a rewarding career with the hospitality and tourism industry – but trainees are not the only ones to benefit. By taking on trainees, employers have the opportunity to develop a well trained, versatile and multi-skilled workforce. Financial incentives and access to flexible training arrangements have been created to meet the needs of the trainee.

Traineeship Course Streams

Within the Hospitality Industry structure there are currently three streams for entry into Traineeships, these are for employees working within the housekeeping, front office/reception and food and beverage areas. However qualification streams can be created or adapted for other employees not identified in the above steams and these would be on an individual basis. A fourth stream is provided for kitchen hands looking to progress into an apprenticeship, with a Certificate II in Hospitality (Operations) being undertaken prior to the offer of an apprenticeship.

• Food and Beverage
• Front Office / Reception
• Housekeeping

 

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