Year 12 graduates wanting to pursue off-based careers are being guided to consider a traineeship pathway.
NSW Minister for Education Sarah Mitchell announced the launch of a new two-year NSW Government Infrastructure Traineeship program which has provided more than 100 NSW school leavers the opportunity to work in the project teams who are delivering more than 200 new and upgraded schools to support communities across NSW.
Apprenticeship Careers Australia are the recruitment partner for this program and right now they are looking for eager 2020 Year 12 graduates in Dubbo who are interested in undertaking a Project Management Traineeship says general manager, Luke Radford.
"We encourage anyone interested to contact us now, as the positions will be filled very quickly" said Mr Radford.
For more information visit www.apprenticeshipcareers.com.au.
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