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SA - 228 – 230 Grange Road, Flinders Park SA 5025

WA - Unit 1, 19 Collingwood Street Osborne Park WA 6017

NT - 8 Sweet Street, Winnellie NT 0820, PO Box 51 Berrimah 0828

QLD - Level 1, 12 Allworth Street Northgate QLD 4013

WA Jobs and Skills Funded

Program
NEW WORKER TRAINEESHIP
A traineeship is an opportunity for your employees to work full-time or part-time whilst undertaking on the job training to achieve a nationally recognised qualification.

The purpose of work based traineeships is to attract and retain young talent by developing opportunities for new employees of up to 3 months who have entry level or no previous qualifications. It provides an opportunity to improve skill levels, retain staff and provide career development for employees.

What are the benefits to the business?

• A better trained and skilled employee
• Reduced staff turnover
• A flexible and structured work based training program
• A nationally recognised qualification for the trainee
• Reducing the impact of current and future skill shortages

A traineeship is an important way for participants to gain practical, hands on training. Their qualifications open up a range of career opportunities and are crucial in meeting the future skill needs of Western Australian industries.
Employer Funding
In total, employers may be entitled to up to $4000 for each eligible full-time employee and $1500 for part-time employees.

The payments for full-time employees are spread across the training period as follows:
Cert II level qualification
• $1,250* commencement incentive at 6 month mark 
*for nominated equity groups, subject to eligibility

Cert III or IV level qualification
• $1,500* commencement incentive at 6 month mark 
*subject to eligibility
• $2,500* completion incentive, successful completion
*subject to eligibility
Assistance with funding can be obtained through your AASN
Indicative Course Fees
Course Fees are determined by the course and subjects chosen based on the number of hours in each chosen subject:

• Certificate II to IV $3.25 per hour*
From 1 January 2020, under the new Lower fees, local skills program the following selected qualification's course fees will be capped per year so that the maximum course fees will be $1200 or $400 if you're aged 15-24 or are eligible for a concession.
• RII20715 Cert II in Civil Construction
• RII30915 Cert III in Civil Construction
• RII30815 Cert III in Civil Construction Plant Operations
Program
PARTICIPATION PROGRAM & PRIORITY INDUSTRY TRAINING (PIT) PROGRAM
Carey Training is on a panel of providers to deliver subsidised training to Job seekers and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Job seekers who are unemployed or underemployed.

To be eligible, all students must be seeking to participate in the workforce. 

Carey Training approved to deliver
Equity Program:
Aboriginal & Torres Straight Islander job seekers
Work Readiness Program:
Job seeksers
Qualifications:
• RII20115 Cert II in Resource & Infrastructure Work Preparation
• RII20715 Cert II in Civil Construction
• RII30815 Cert III in Civil Construction Plant Operations
PIT Program:
Job Seekers
Existing Workers
Qualifications:
• RII20715 Cert II in Civil Construction
• RII30815 Cert III in Civil Construction Plant Operations
• AE388 Resource and Infrastructure Skill Set

Regions
Kimberley, Pilbara and Goldfields-Esperance, Perth, Peel, Mid-West, Wheatbelt, Gascoyne, Great Southern, South West.
Employer Funding
Funded training is for eligible job seekers who are unemployed or underemployed.


Indicative Course Fees
• Up to Certificate III $4.88 per hour

The Student tuition fees are indicative only and are subject to change given individual circumstances at enrolment. Additional fees may apply such as Student service and resource fees.
Carey Training can give you an accurate calculation of fees prior to enrolment.

From 1 January 2020, under the new Lower fees, local skills program the following selected qualification's course fees will be capped per year so that the maximum course fees will be $1200 or $400 if you're aged 15-24 or are eligible for a concession.

• RII20715 Cert II in Civil Construction
• RII30815 Cert III in Civil Construction Plant Operation

Skill Sets are free for below eligible students;
• Persons aged 15—24 years at the time of enrolment (excluding school students)
• Secondary school-aged persons who are not enrolled at school
• Persons receiving the JobSeeker or JobKeeper payment
• Persons and dependents of persons receiving the Youth Allowance, AUSTUDY or ABSTUDY
• Persons and dependents of persons holding: a pensioner concession card or Health Care Card; or a Repatriation Health Benefits Card issued by the Department of Veterans' Affairs Dependents of persons who are inmates of a custodial institution

ASBT - ABORIGINAL SCHOOL BASED TRAINING
Carey Training is on a panel of providers to deliver subsidised training to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Island students while at school.

To be eligible, a school must confirm a program with Carey Training and then apply to DTWD.
Qualifications:
* Cert I in Resource and Infrastructure Operations
* Cert II in Resource and Infrastructure work preparation*
Region: Metro

Fee For Service
Traineeships
Job Seeker Training
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