Traineeships

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What are Work Skills Traineeships?

​Work Skills Traineeships provide paid employment opportunities to disadvantaged Queenslanders while at the same time funding projects that leave a visible and long lasting impact on social infrastructure and services in a local community.

Participants will:

  • earn a certificate I level qualification in conservation and land management
  • gain practical experience in real work situations that align with their training
  • complete paid work that can be included in their resumes
  • receive a mix of career advice, job preparation skills and foundation skills.

For information on Skilling Queenslanders for Work go to  https://training.qld.gov.au/community-orgs/funded/sqw/workskills

Please revisit this page to apply in January 2019

Planting seedlings

Participants will:

  • sign a training contract with their employer and be registered as a trainee be employed full‐time for 18weeks
  • earn a certificate I level qualification in conservation and land management
  • gain practical experience in real work situations that align with their training
  • complete paid work that can be included in their resumes
  • receive a mix of career advice, job preparation skills and foundation skills.

As a trainee you will undertake a range of interesting and educational activities. Your traineeship is paid full time over 18 weeks. Work activities include

  • propagating and planting native seedlings
  • weed control
  • re-vegetation and regeneration
  • habitat protection and restoration
  • improving water quality by improving riparian vegetation condition
  • creek bank regeneration
  • construction and maintenance of walking tracks

Want to know more?

https://training.qld.gov.au/community-orgs/funded/sqw/workskills

Click here to apply online