Case Studies

Perth Zoo traineeship program redefines approach to learning
Perth Zoo traineeship program redefines approach to learning
To celebrate the boundless possibilities the program has to offer, ASA caught up with trainee Winnie and stakeholders of the program including Shoreline, Perth Zoo...
Empowering young people to pursue fulfilling careers: Liz Fattore
We invited Liz Fattore, Karratha-based Industry Training Consultant to tell us about her work and how she’s helping employers to stay engaged and empowering apprentices...
Holly Armstrong on school-based traineeships
Sense of ownership fosters skills and growth: Holly Armstrong
If there’s one person who can shed light on what a school-based traineeship is like using personal experience at Apprenticeship Support Australia (ASA), it’s Holly...
Kylie Godden (middle) focuses on connecting employers and rising talents in regional Western Australia.
Variety of work and location a highlight of the job: Kylie Godden
ASA’s Kylie Godden focuses on connecting employers and rising talents in regional Western Australia. Through her role as a Regional Senior Industry Training Consultant, based...
ASA industry training consultant Kate Cooke supports employers, apprentices and trainees in Kununurra.
Meet Kate Cooke, our industry training consultant and mentor for Kununurra.
Meet Kate Cooke (left), our industry training consultant and mentor for Kununurra. Kate is based out on the road, meeting employers and apprentices from all...
Traineeship empowers Aboriginal youth
Aboriginal students shine with new skills and confidence from traineeship
Aspiring students from Aboriginal Clontarf College are forging their career paths with a traineeship at Perth Zoo. “I never thought I’d be working at the...
We often ask questions and try to find out ways to do things differently: Trevor Shana
Trevor Shana, an intern turned employee, is among the ASA team that reinforces the power of vocational education. He is a Client Engagement Officer (Visits)...
WA and Australian Apprentice of the Year Amy Hunt
In Conversation: Apprentice of the Year Amy Hunt forges a new path
Amy Hunt is a cable jointer at Western Power who has emerged from a challenging apprenticeship journey with national and state award recognitions and a...
A group of apprentices, wearing high visability clothing, talking in a group inside a large workshop.
Komatsu Welshpool makes strides in apprentice gender diversity
One of Perth’s largest employers of apprentices is making major inroads towards gender diversity.  
Representatives from Shoreline, the Clontarf Aboriginal College, Perth Zoo and Apprenticeship Support Australia at Perth Zoo.
Clontarf Aboriginal College students thrive with Perth Zoo traineeship
For many people, working at a zoo is their dream job. That is the reality for seven Clontarf Aboriginal College students who are making an...
Female apprentice follows family into trade
It seems Water Corporation apprentice Electrician Chloe Fahey was destined to work in a trade.  
Auto-electrician apprenticeship sparks joy
Just over a year into her auto-electrician apprenticeship with Broome-based Reen Auto Electrics, Billi-Joh Angus is thriving.  

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