CIT ApprenticeLink Revs Up
Published: 01 Feb 2017
More than 24 Canberra businesses with multiple jobs on offer have already registered for CIT's ApprenticeLink 2017 event next Tuesday 7, February at CIT Fyshwick.
Over 50 jobseekers have also registered as choosing work-based training to support their vocational studies.
CIT ApprenticeLink 2017 is a one-stop-shop event to connect employers and prospective apprentices/trainees in 10-minute one-on-one discussions to learn about the process for employing or becoming an apprentice or trainee in the ACT.
As the excitement around this special event grows, CIT staff are working hard to match employers (who have registered real jobs) with registered jobseekers searching for apprenticeships and traineeships.
Apprenticeships for plumbers, hairdressers and barbers, chefs, painters, auto mechanics, builders are up for grabs on the night.
Air conditioning, plastering, metal fabrication and glazing firms will also be hunting for apprentices.
High school students, Year 12 graduates and career changers looking to further study in business administration and IT are hunting for work placements, so if you're a government, private or community employer needing IT or admin support come along.
What will make CIT ApprenticeLink 2017 special is the involvement of other players in the ACT vocational education and training sector.
They'll be there to help people come to grips with what can feel like a complex system, showcasing the myriad of ACT support services and resources available to help them down the vocational education pathway.
Industry Group Training Providers, such as the Housing Industry Association and Master Builders Association, will be there to talk to potential apprentices about how they can help them find a job placement.
Representatives of local Apprentice Network Providers will be on hand to explain how they assist employers and apprentices and trainees agree on and sign work-training contracts.
ACT Government Skills Canberra field officers will be on hand to explain the support they offer apprentices, trainees and local employers.
CIT teaching and CIT Student Association staff will be on hand to discuss our programs and student support services, eg study support, mentoring, career advice and counselling.
And, for those who'd like to know more about the apprenticeship experience, Australian Apprentice of the Year Shane Dealy, a CIT graduate, will be on hand for a chat.
The free event opens at 4.30pm. Refreshments will be available.