Australian Apprenticeship Centres (AACs)
AGGA, on behalf of its members, has developed a list of preferred AACs. The reason behind this process is that on occasions members' apprentices have been signed into the wrong trade program and with the wrong training provider.
In the past most AGGA and State members have not fully understood the apprenticeship program and process.
Part of AGGA's role is to assist members to increase apprenticeship sign up, part of which will include working with recommended AACs and RTOs in each State.
AGGA Training has developed national agreements with selected AACs. This will:
• streamline the signup of apprentices and trainees for members at a State level;
• ensure that AGGA members' requirement for a specific training provider and qualification is adhered to; and
• provide assistance to members throughout the duration of the apprenticeship or traineeships.
Information regarding apprenticeship requirements and funding can be found on the AGGA website under Training – Apprentice and Trainee Info.
Click here to view the contact info and location of all National AACs.