Category Archives: Apprentices and Trainees

End of term is approaching! Tips to get the most out of term break.

End of term is approaching! Tips to get the most out of term break.

With the end of term approaching, it can be easy for students to start dreaming about lazy days and Netflix binges and to forget all about their holiday homework or

Big win for local business

Big win for local business

Pictured L-R: Brad Jackson - Haymans Regional General Manager, Mark Heselwood - Haymans Townsville Manager, Sharon Allan - Director of Steve Allan Electrical, Trevor Rethamel - President of Childhood Cancer Support.

Changes to plumbing and electrical qualifications in TAS

Changes to plumbing and electrical qualifications in TAS

The Tasmanian Traineeships and Apprenticeships Committee (TTAC) has now included plumbing and electrical qualifications under their Competency-based Completion Guidelines.   Competency-based qualifications allow the apprentice to complete at any stage

Dunkley Apprenticeships Drive

Dunkley Apprenticeships Drive

On Monday 30 January, Assistant Minister Andrews – Assistant Minister for Vocational Education and Skills, visited Mornington, Victoria to launch the Dunkley Apprenticeships Drive. The aim of the drive is

Showcase your skills to get ahead

Showcase your skills to get ahead

These days a strong academic record isn’t the only thing employers are looking for in a potential employee. Your next employer also wants to see the unique skills and attributes

School-based Apprenticeships or Traineeships

School-based Apprenticeships or Traineeships

Students looking to give their careers a kick start? Do they want to earn while they learn? Becoming an Australian School-based Apprentice or Trainee is the best way to combine

Nominations now open for Australian Training Awards

Nominations now open for Australian Training Awards

Each year the Australian Training Awards recognises the achievements and contributions that apprentices, trainees, students, businesses and registered training organisations have made to the vocational education and training (VET) sector.

MEGT Institute celebrates Skills Potential Program graduates

MEGT Institute celebrates Skills Potential Program graduates

L - R: Skills Potential Program graduates Alisha Hunter, Darren Hayden, Jamie Mays, Steven Elliston and MEGT Institute trainer Cathie Maxwell. On Tuesday 29 November, MEGT Institute held its annual

Shannon is on the road to success

Shannon is on the road to success

L - R: Shannon Allum - Bruce Tuffnell Memorial Award winner, Shayne Boxall - Supervisor; Barry Maney Group. On 5 December, MEGT apprentice Shannon Allum was awarded the 2016 Bruce Tuffnell

Traineeship gives Kirsten’s career a kick start

Traineeship gives Kirsten’s career a kick start

Over the last ten years, MEGT’s recruitment team has built a strong relationship with Swinburne University of Technology. We currently have seven trainees working for Swinburne and have placed 65