A School-based Apprenticeship is an opportunity to get a headstart on a career. Undertaken part‑time, it combines paid employment, off-the-job vocational training and secondary school studies. Students gain hands-on industry experience and the opportunity to study a nationally recognised qualification while completing VCE/VCAL.
Classes are held one day per week at the Monash University Clayton campus. Students will have the opportunity to be a part of the Monash community, gaining an insight into university life, exploring the campus, utilising our world-class facilities and working with mentors from the University.
An apprenticeships provider assists students to find paid employment, allowing them to earn an income. Employment is typically one day per week, varying with the needs of the employer.
Certificate III in Business Administration (Medical)
Certificate III in Business Administration (Education)
Certificate III in Accounts Administration
Certificate III in Early Childhood Education and Care
These qualifications provide pathways into higher level qualifications (Certificate IV or Diplomas) which may then be used to help with entry to University degree courses.
Students need to be a minimum of 15 years and be an Australian citizen/permanent resident or an asylum seeker.
Government funding covers most of the fees associated with this training. For some enrolments, course fees of approximately $50-$400 may apply. Holders of eligible concession cards (eg. Healthcare cards) may be eligible for further discounts.
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