What’s it all about?

Business traineeships provide a broad and comprehensive preparation for anyone wishing to pursue a career in business. In today’s competitive marketplace, business trainee’s learn and develop a comprehensive understanding of key business functions and strategy skills.

Working and Studying business across all industries, gives you the competitive edge for your career. Doing a business traineeship prepares you for a rewarding and successful career in management, consulting, starting their own business and much more. After completing a traineeship, there are a number of university courses available to you with business skills giving you an understanding across all industries and a competitive edge for your  career.

Will it suit me?

If you’re ambitious, driven, want to kick-start your career get one step closer to that dream job, then yes, you should definitely consider commencing a business traineeship. The best part is that it will help you across any sort of industry you decide to get into later.

What will I learn?

Depending on the type of traineeship you do, you will learn a range of skills that include:

  • Identifying and planning for prospective sales
  • Developing & implementing sales plans
  • Building relationships & business networks
  • Communication skills
  • Customer interaction and presentation skills
  • Leadership and teamwork skills

These traineeships are delivered on a number of flexible platforms, so you can fit them around your other commitments, like going out, school or uni.

How long will it last and what is the wage?

A business traineeship normally lasts for 12 months in which you will come out with a Certificate III. From here you can continue your studies at university in a Bachelor’s Degree (3 years) or go straight into the workforce.

What careers will there be for me and what will I earn?

There are so many career paths open to you once you’ve finished your business traineeship. You can work in human resources, legal practices, finance, marketing or any specialised industry. You may want to set up your own business. The fantastic thing about our business courses is that you can combine your skills with whatever you’d like to specialise in after.

Because the range of careers is so broad, it’s hard to say just how much you’ll earn once you’ve finished your training, but it could be anywhere from $1,000 a week on a full-time wage, to $150,000 salary a year and more, depending skills, qualifications and experience as well as if you plan on working for someone else or starting something on your own.

Why  Year13?

Year13 work with providers across the country that don’t require you to have any minimum year 12 grades, or university admission scores. All apprenticeships and traineeships are designed so that you can slow things down, or speed them up as you choose. With constant mentor support, access to all the material you need, and various government funding available, it’s the easiest option for anyone wanting to get into the Business world.