Con­sider your op­tions

Group Train­ing Aus­tralia (SA) re­veals how to go about get­ting an ap­pren­tice­ship or trainee­ship

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DE­CIDE which ca­reer path is for you.

There are hun­dreds of ca­reers that can be started through an ap­pren­tice­ship or trainee­ship.

Hav­ing a clear di­rec­tion about the path you want to take will help put you ahead of the crowd when assess­ing ap­pli­ca­tions for passionate and com­mit­ted ap­pli­cants.

If you find it too hard to nar­row your choice to just one job, think about the in­dus­try that you would like to work in and go from there.

RE­SEARCH your cho­sen ca­reer. An ap­pren­tice­ship or trainee­ship can take any­where from 12 months to four years to com­plete. It is im­por­tant to know how long it will take and what it will in­volve.

Talk to some­one in the in­dus­try and do some on­line re­search to be sure it is some­thing you can work to­wards. A good way to get first-hand ex­pe­ri­ence in the area is to ar­range to do some work ex­pe­ri­ence.

EN­SURE you are ready to be em­ployed. Up­date your re­sume, prac­tise your in­ter­view skills and re­mem­ber the key rea­sons why this in­dus­try and job is right for you.

Many in­dus­tries will of­fer pre-ap­pren­tice­ship or pre­vo­ca­tional train­ing that can give work­ers key ba­sic skills.

VISIT the Group Train­ing Aus­tralia web­site, www.gtasa. com.au

Use the vo­ca­tion finder to find the right group train­ing or­gan­i­sa­tion for the in­dus­try in which you want to work.

Group Train­ing Aus­tralia (SA) has 15 mem­ber or­ga­nis- ations and can pro­vide you with in­for­ma­tion on how to con­tact the right group train­ing or­gan­i­sa­tion. Search by vo­ca­tion (job) and then check the lo­ca­tion that works for you. There are GTA SA mem­bers lo­cated across South Aus­tralia.

CON­TACT the group train­ing or­gan­i­sa­tion.

Friendly, ex­pe­ri­enced staff will take your call and make reg­is­ter­ing with a group train­ing or­gan­i­sa­tion an easy process.

Group train­ing staff know what the em­ploy­ment en­vi­ron­ment is like and can give you first-hand ad­vice.

They can also or­gan­ise for you to work with a host em­ployer, at which you can con­duct the on-the-job por­tion of your train­ing and help your ca­reer jour­ney be­gin.

DI­REC­TION: An ap­pren­tice learns kitchen skills through Hos­pi­tal­ity Group Train­ing.

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