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Want to make the most of apprenticeship or traineeship opportunities? Talk to us.

If you are an employer, establishing a position for an apprentice or trainee can reap substantial benefits for your business.
Or if you are thinking about becoming an apprentice or trainee, it’s a great way to acquire many valuable and sought-after skills.

Either way, we are the people to talk to about getting the maximum benefit out of employing or becoming an apprentice or trainee.

Contracted by the Australian Government as an Australian Apprenticeships Centre, we’ve been providing professional, expert advice on the Australian Apprenticeships program for more than 15 years.  Our 200 staff work from 28 locations across NSW and ACT and can assist businesses and individuals with training opportunities, benefits and funding for which they may be eligible. 

At Australian Business Apprenticeships Centre, our goal is to help build and sustain effective and mutually rewarding working relationships between employers and their apprentices or trainees.

Contact us today on 1300 652 236 to find out more.


Scholarship scheme boost for Southern Highlands apprentices

Australian Business Apprenticeships Centre (ABAC) has signed up the first apprentices to a new scholarship program launched in Bowral at a special breakfast this week. more

Skillsroad Webinar: From Classroom to Workplace

Australian Business Apprenticeships Centre (ABAC) General Manager, Andrew Williams, says a free Skillsroad webinar for teachers to be held on Tuesday (February 17) is part of an ongoing commitment... more


Newcastle "Building A Job Ready Workforce"

Australian Business Apprenticeships Centre invites you to attend "Building A Job-Ready Workforce", a complimentary event on Tuesday 28 October to celebrate the... more

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Skillsroad organisational psychologist, Danielle Buckley, talks to teachers and careers advisors about ways they can ensure a smoother transition for students from school to work.