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Undertaking an apprenticeship or traineeship allows you to learn real skills in the workplace, become qualified in a trade or vocation and be paid a wage while you’re learning.
You’ll enter into a training contract with an employer and a training provider that will allow you to combine hands-on training in the workplace with off-job study in a classroom or workshop.
Apprenticeships and traineeships can be full-time or part-time and even started while you’re at school.
HANDS ON INDUSTRY TRAINING FOR REAL-WORLD JOBS
Learn real skills on the job, work towards a nationally-recognised qualification, and earn a wage at the same time
A traineeship or apprenticeship includes on-the-job training that, not only allows you to be paid for your time, but gives you practical and technical skills for the real-world.
Apprenticeships and traineeships can be done at any point in your career. If you’re keen to get hands on with your training, explore your training options today.
THE TRAINEE AND APPRENTICE JOURNEY
There are important steps to follow—involving key people and support organisations—when you’re planning to start an apprenticeship or traineeship.
It doesn’t matter where you are on your training journey, there is a community of people ready to guide and support you here at Colour Cosmetica Academy.
GET TO KNOW THE PEOPLE WHO WILL SUPPORT YOU DURING YOUR TRAINEESHIP OR APPRENTICESHIP
When thinking about starting a traineeship or apprenticeship, there are a number of people who will help you along the way.
Let’s take a closer look.
Skills Infoline and Colour Cosmetica Academy
Will give you guidance throughout your training journey
Whether you’re at the start or the final stages of your learning journey, you have a team of experts only a phone call away.
The Skills Infoline and Colour Cosmetica Academy are both run by a team of friendly experts.
Skills Infoline – Skills SA is ready to chat through your questions and support you through any tricky parts of your journey. Call on 1800 673 097
Or call Colour Cosmetica Academy and ask for one of our Industry Career Counsellors and Advisers. Call +61 8232 5188
A PARTNERSHIP TO GET QUALIFIED
Your traineeship or apprenticeship may start with a conversation between you and an employer.
Your employer must be registered in the same trade or declared vocation your apprenticeship or traineeship is in.
Registration is important because it is proof that your employer is aware of their rights and obligations relating to you.
Search the Register of Approved Employers – Apprenticeships and Traineeships on the South Australian Skills Commission website to view registered employers in your preferred industry, or to find out if the employer you’ve chosen is registered.
If your chosen employer has agreed to take you on board but is not registered, you can ask them to complete a Self-Registration online.
GROUP TRAINING ORGANISATIONS
CONNECTING YOU WITH A HOST EMPLOYER
Your traineeship or apprenticeship may start with a conversation between you and a Group Training Organisation (GTO).
A Group Training Organisation gives you the opportunity to work somewhere without that place needing to directly employ you. This is often called a host arrangement and it means you are employed by the GTO and contracted out to a business.
This can be a great, low-stress option for you because:
YOUR APPRENTICESHIP NETWORK PROVIDER
SOMEONE TO HELP SET UP YOUR TRAINING CONTRACT
All trainees and apprentices need to register with an Apprenticeship Network Provider (ANP).
Your ANP will work with you and your employer to coordinate and lodge your completed training contract with Skills SA.
Your ANP will also provide you with general guidance and advice from before you start your apprenticeship or traineeship until you’ve completed it including:
ANPs in South Australia
There are two ANPs contracted to work in South Australia:
MAS National 1300 627 628
MEGT 136 348
YOUR NOMINATED TRAINING PROVIDER
PROVIDING YOUR OFF-THE-JOB TRAINING
Colour Cosmetica Academy your training provider is responsible for delivering your course (the off-the-job training component of your training).
Nominating Colour Cosmetica Academy as your Training Provider
This is formally called a nomination. Colour Cosmetica Academy will accept your request within 30 days (from the date your training contract is lodged)
Once your request has been accepted, your Colour Cosmetica Academy within 28 days to work with you and your employer to create a training plan that suits your training contract.
Colour Cosmetica Academy will then review your training plan every six months to make sure that the skills you’re learning match the needs of your qualifications.
Colour Cosmetica Academy will take into consideration any changes to you or your employer’s circumstances that could be making it difficult to develop the skills you need and will provide you with relevant support to update your training plan.
Training providers are sometimes referred to formally as Nominated Training Organisations (NTOs) or Registered Training Organisations (RTOs).
Complete support services
Support to help you finish your training
No matter where you are in your training journey, support is available. You can either work with Colour Cosmetica Academy to include support as part of your training plan or reach out to Learner Support Services or Student Services.
If you’re finding it difficult to continue with your traineeship or apprenticeship, support is available to empower you to achieve your long-term career goals.
Because your future matters.
At Colour Cosmetica Academy, you can access free support for issues affecting your training.
Support from Colour Cosmetica Academy
Colour Cosmetica Academy is available to guide you through any issues arising during your training.
And can create a supportive and flexible learning environment by delivering your training in different ways. For example, you are able to split your time between face-to-face classes and workshops and remote study.
Support from Colour Cosmetica Academy ranges from negotiating timetable changes to organising leave.
Did you miss a class? Falling behind? Want to stretch your learning?
Chat to Colour Cosmetica Academy if you’d like to expand your learning or if you need to catch up.
Our complete support empowers you to achieve your long-term career goals. Because your future matters.
Support from outside services
If Colour Cosmetica Academy can’t provide the support you need, free and confidential assistance is available for any issue affecting your training.
Support is free and confidential.
For all learners
If you’re enrolled or are going through pre-enrolment with any training provider, you’re eligible for support.
For all issues
There’s support for any issue affecting your training.
The sooner you reach out, the stronger the support that can be put in place to help you succeed.
The South Australian Skills Commission is there to assist you with complaint, mediation, advocacy and dispute resolution during your training.
This can cover:
Before you contact the Skills Commission, it is very important to have made a genuine attempt to work with the other parties involved to resolve the matter. This is the first thing they will consider.