Tasmanian Apprenticeships are opportunities for a person of any working age to train, earn an income, and gain a nationally-recognised qualification in a wide range of commercial fields and traditional trades.
As an apprentice, you are indentured into an apprenticeship for a normal duration of four years’ full-time employment. During your apprenticeship, you work on specific units of competency as per your Training Plan with a Registered Training Organisation (RTO).
If you are successful in an application with TasBGAS, you will be employed by TasBGAS and placed with the Host Employer where you will complete your on-the-job training.
There are many benefits to being employed by TasBGAS, including:
We take care of all paperwork for you and make it as simple as possible to commence and complete your apprenticeship
We provide you with boots, trousers/shorts and basic PPE
We conduct a full comprehensive Induction prior to your commencement with your Host Employer, which also includes a large section on safety
We arrange your training and provide you with all the details you need to attend, including dates, times, locations and requirements
We pay for your Training fees
We take an active role in your training to help you achieve the best result possible
We have a large Host Employer network and have the ability to rotate you from company to company, to broaden your skills set across all facets of your trade
If productivity is low or if there is a down turn of work with your Host Employer and they can’t keep you on, we will organise for you to be placed with a new Host Employer to continue your apprenticeship with little to no lost time
We provide you with mentoring and support on all matters to do with your apprenticeship and employment, not only in the workplace but in your home life too
We make sure you are up-to-date with your training and remind you when important things are due, for example: timesheets, so you get paid on time!
What about after my apprenticeship?
Upon completion of your apprenticeship, you may have the opportunity to:
apply for permanent employment with your Host Employer;
find employment with a different business.
work overseas or interstate; or,
take on further education.
Where can I get more information?
To access more information on each apprenticeship and training programs please click on the following link: