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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.  
Female apprentice welder working in a workshop.
Women apprentices and trainees growing at faster rate than men
Women are taking up, and completing, apprenticeships and traineeships at a faster rate than men, recent data shows.
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New service offering from CCIWA partnership
Apprenticeship Support Australia (ASA) clients can now access accounting, tax and bookkeeping services through CCIWA’s accounting firm partner, Optima Partners.  
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.  
Female apprentice Arborists climb to new heights
Apprentice Arborists Briar Waugh and Elly Driver are the first females Kimberley Tree Care has employed, and with great success.
Skilled workforce boost with $93.4m apprenticeship, traineeship support
The WA Government has shown support for the State’s skilled workforce with $93.4 million allocated in the State Budget dedicated to apprenticeship and traineeship initiatives.
Cash incentives for construction apprentices, trainees to boost workforce
To help tackle construction skills shortages, apprentices and trainees may be eligible for thousands of dollars from the WA Government for completing their studies. The...
Western Power charged up with 51 new apprentices
Apprenticeship Support Australia (ASA) congratulates Western Power of its achievement in appointing 51 new apprentices to its business. Western Power is a valued client of...
Expansion of apprenticeship priority list helps tackle skills shortage
The Australian Apprenticeships Priority List has increased from 77 to 111 jobs in a move to help mitigate skills shortages. The Federal Government added 34...

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