The Australian Apprenticeships and Traineeships Information Service (AATIS) raises awareness of potential apprenticeship and traineeship pathways open to students, job hunters, career changers and employers.
Schools, parents and friends of people considering their career options are also frequent users of AATIS.
The Service provides up to date information and resources which are used by the networks delivering Australian Apprenticeships support services, including Apprenticeship Network providers and Group Training Organisations.
AATIS is active across online and digital platforms while also providing a contact point to help people navigate through the Australian Apprenticeships system.
AATIS is free to use and is funded by the Australian Government Department of Employment, Skills, Small and Family Business.
AATIS – Key Resources
The Australian Apprenticeship Pathways website aapathways.com.au houses 2,500 Job and Training Descriptions, Job Pathways Charts, Pre-apprenticeship Finder, Practice Aptitude Quizzes, Career Interest Explorer and other Australian Apprenticeships resources and information.
Organisations can set up an online account to list their services and the pre-apprenticeship options they provide. Website visitors can then search for the information.
The Australian Apprenticeship Pathways Mobile App ausapp.com.au provides apprenticeship and traineeship career resource for smartphones and tablets. Free to download from the Android and Apple stores.
The Australian Apprenticeships – My Gain YouTube Channel mygain.com.au contains over 200 video interviews with apprentices, trainees and employers, showcasing the stories and experiences of Australian Apprenticeships.
AATIS runs a free contact service for enquiries about Australian Apprenticeships.
People working in organisations supporting apprenticeships and traineeships can access several free services:
- Face-to-face information sessions and webinars
- Customisation of materials available on the Pathways website
- Access to downloadable and some hardcopy Australian Apprenticeship information materials
- Use of AATIS’ social media and e-newsletter communication channels to promote their activities