Become an business trainee
What does a business trainee do?
Depending on your traineeship and the organisation you work with, you may find yourself performing:
writing tasks – letters and reports
financial tasks – banking and payroll
office technology tasks – photocopiers and switchboards
computer technology tasks – databases and spreadsheets
This is a great career to pursue if you:
- are a good communicator with tact and discretion
- follow instructions methodically
- display initiative and can work under pressure
Become a business trainee
- Enjoy our quality accredited business training
- Get paid while you learn about business processes
- Gain experience in a workplace
- Experience success with our ongoing support and mentoring
If you’re ready to work in business, you can apply today. Even if no positions are currently advertised, you can fill in an application and we will contact you to arrange an interview.
Common traineeships are:
BSB30120 – Certificate III in Business
BSB40120 – Certificate IV in Business
Contact AGA to determine which might suit you best.
Business traineeships take approximately 12 to 18 months to complete.
All the training for these qualifications take place in the workplace, usually with one employer. Your traineeship will be like having a regular job but you will be earning a nationally recognised qualification along the way.
School-Based Apprenticeships and Traineeships (SBAT)
School pathways allow you to continue at secondary school, completing VCE or VCAL while gaining qualifications to kick-start your career after school.
BSB20120 – Certificate II in Workplace Skills
Business traineeships become available throughout the year. Positions will be advertised on our website when they become available.
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Ben - Horticulture
“I love everything about my job. Wildlife fascinates me and it’s the best being outdoors all day’’
At only 21 years of age, Ben Di Battista is a leader in his community. With help from AGA, Ben has been placed as a well-respected gardener at Rhododendron gardens in Olinda.
Eli - Carpentry
“I got into carpentry as an apprentice so one day I can run my own business, I might go and work abroad or stay in Australia.”
Eli, was one of AGA’s first students to complete a carpentry pre-apprenticeship (Cert II) and move into a full apprenticeship (Cert III).
Renee - Engineering Mechanical
“I’m someone who likes to get in and do something rather than sit in an office and I like figuring out the mechanics of everything and how it works.”
Renee completed a fitting and turning (Engineering – Mechanical trade) apprenticeship with AGA in 2009.
In 2009, Renee’s ability in her trade was recognised when she won the Best Apprentice in the Gippsland Region and Best Apprentice – Engineering Trade awards at the annual AGA Apprentice Awards evening.
Scott - Automotive Mechanic
“Completing this apprenticeship was the best thing I’ve ever done”
Scott started his apprenticeship as an automotive mechanic with Gippsland Group Training in 1996 and finished in 2000. Scott has since completed a trade upgrade to a heavy diesel mechanic and has worked in mining for the past 10 years.
Stephanie - Business Administration
“Apprenticeships Group Australia gave me the opportunity to learn on the job while also getting paid a salary!”
Stephanie completed a Certificate III Business Administration course with AGA in 2012 and was immediately offered full time employment with her host employer Endeavour Life Care. In November 2012 Stephanie won the Best Trainee award at AGA’s Annual Awards evening.