In New South Wales both ICT30415 Certificate III in Telecommunications Network Build and Operate and ICT30515 Certificate III in Telecommunications Technology are Telecommunications Trades with a 36 month duration. Employers should refer to the New South Wales Smart and Skilled Website for more information about apprenticeships.
A telecommunications traineeship is a great career option and offers many benefits to both individuals and employers. Some of JB Hunter's qualifications can be achieved through a traineeship.
What is a traineeship?
A traineeship is a contractual agreement between an employer and an individual who is employed as a trainee. A traineeship combines paid employment with formal training by JB Hunter and on-the-job training with a workplace supervisor.
Types of telecommunications traineeships
Existing worker traineeships are undertaken where an employee has a three month or more employment relationship with their employer. The working relationship can be built up through full-time, part-time or casual employment or engagement as a seasonal or contract worker and includes periods of approved leave.
New worker traineeships are where someone is a new employee (employed for less than three months) and is signed up into a traineeship.
School-based traineeships are undertaken part-time while the trainee is still at school in years 10 - 12.
Telecommunications linesworker and telecommunications technician are trades listed on the Australian Government’s ‘National Skills Needs List’. As a result there are a number of financial incentives available for eligible employers and trainees depending on which nationally recognised qualification is chosen. Find out more here. Or refer your Australian Apprenticeship support network provider.
- Australian Capital Territory
- New South Wales
- Northern Territory
- South Australia
- Western Australia
Contact us to get the traineeship process started. JB Hunter provides individuals and employers with information to choose the right qualification and training plan.