TAFE and Apprenticeships
Australian Apprenticeships – Ambassador: Kody House
Kody completed her Certificate III in Engineering – Mechanical Trade, is now a qualified Diesel Fitter. Kody has continued to thrive in both her industry and on the football field, after making her rugby league debut for the Gladstone Raidettes in 2014. Kody’s hard work has paid off. She became a member of the Australian Jillaroos in 2015 and has played centre for Queensland in the inaugural Women’s Holden State of Origin in 2018. Kody also signed with the Broncos for the 2018 Women’s Premiership and says her VET qualification has taught her skills which have helped her football career. Kody is undertaking a Bachelor of Sports Exercise Science and won the Rugby League Players Association 2018 Academic Player of the Year Award at the Player’s Champion Awards.
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AMA – Apprenticeships & Traineeship Services – WA
As an apprenticeship and traineeship provider for the Australian Apprenticeship Support Network (AASN), AMAATS is contracted by the Australian Government the Department of Education and Training to deliver free support services for Australian Apprenticeships.
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WesTrac Apprenticeships – Opening Early 2019
WesTrac believes its greatest investment is people. For this reason, WesTrac takes great pride in its apprentice program and endeavours to provide the highest level of training possible. The quality of our training is often reflected in the demand for our qualified apprentices and for those that meet our high standards.
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