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Looking to hire staff? Consider a Newman student

Newman College is a purpose-built school that offers a unique curriculum which allows for a focus on both traditional school based learning and “on the job” training through it’s Workplace Learning & School-based Apprenticeship Program.

Students study in areas such as English and Maths whilst being provided training in a range of career fields including but not limited to, Automotive, Business Services, Children’s Services, Construction, Metal & Engineering, Electrotechnology, Furniture Making, Human Services, Hospitality, Information Technology, Retail, Computing Applications, Sport, Lifestyle & Recreation and Marine Studies.

School-based Apprenticeships & Traineeships (SbAT’s)

A School-based Apprenticeship and Traineeships (SbAT’s) allows Year 11 and 12 students to work for a business as paid employees and undertake training to gain a national qualification.

SbAT’s offer lots of great benefits for potential employers. They offer value for money and can be an effective way to attract and recruit future staff. Benefits include:

Workplace Learning

Workplacement provides students studying a Vocational Education and Training (VET) courses towards their Higher School Certificate (HSC) with a valuable opportunity to develop vocational skills, knowledge and attitudes in the context of real work environments. These courses lead to nationally recognised VET qualifications, so it is important for students to have opportunities to apply their classroom learning in real work contexts. For this reason, work placement is a mandatory component of these courses.

Host workplacement employers assist Newman College to prepare young people for the workplace by providing meaningful workplace learning opportunities.