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Trainee Courses

A Trainee is someone working in an entry level position within a business or organisation. Trainees are employed in a range of industries and you’ll be completing study or training as part of your role. You’ll be supported by other staff members in a supervisory or mentoring role and you’ll be given basic tasks appropriate for your experience and skill level. As you gain more experience your daily activities will become more demanding.

Trainees need to be able to follow instructions and work under supervision. You’ll need to be ready to learn and willing to complete whatever tasks are asked of you. Trainees will often complete studies as part of their role and this training may happen outside of your regular work hours.

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Popular Trainee Courses

There are 30 courses available for people who want to become a Trainee. These are the top 5 most popular courses.

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Frequently Asked Questions

How much does a Trainee earn?

In Australia, the full time pay for a Trainee will vary depending on their experience and the industry they are working in. As you gain more experience or qualifications you can expect your pay to increase accordingly.

What are the job opportunities for a Trainee?

The job opportunities for a Trainee in Australia are varied. There are usually more opportunities to find employment in this job role in industries where workers are in high demand. Trainees can find work throughout all regions of Australia.

How do I become a Trainee?

If you’re planning to start work as a Trainee there are several qualifications you could consider to get started. The Certificate I or II in General Education for Adults covers a range of basic work skills while the Certificate I in Information, Digital Media and Technology addresses computing and digital literacy. A Certificate I in Business is also a good qualification if you want to work in administration and a Certificate I or II in Skills for Education, Training and Employment Pathways covers a range of literacy and numeracy skills.

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Job Pathways

Here are some potential career pathways within business administration. Click on an occupation to learn more about the role and the qualifications that can help you get started in this industry.