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A pre-apprenticeship is a Certificate II program that includes a mandatory period of workplace experience coordinated by the training provider. The aim is to provide students with industry specific training, combined with adequate time in a real workplace to gain skills, knowledge and behaviours to enable transition into an indentured apprenticeship.
The Department provides Western Australia's pre-apprenticeship programs to prepare students and make them more competitive when applying for an apprenticeship.
There are many pre-apprenticeship courses on offer at registered training organisations across the State. You can see the list of pre-apprenticeship courses for 2017 here.
Page last updated December 19, 2016