More and more females are choosing the trade professions in non-traditional roles with career choices in construction, plumbing, carpentry, automotive, electro-technology trades and more.
BUSY At Work is your Australian Apprenticeship Support Network Provider. Having played a key role in Australian Apprenticeships since 1998, BUSY is a strong advocate for apprenticeships and women in trade.
Apprenticeships combine time at work with on the job training and school. It’s where you’re employed in a traditional paid working arrangement with an employer but you’re also paid to learn with the protection of a formal agreement.
Australian Apprenticeships are available to anyone of working age, regardless of their level of education, and can be completed full-time, part-time, or while still at school. You can be a student a school-leaver, a person re-entering the workforce or an adult worker wishing to change careers. Download the brochure here
Started as a school-based apprentice now a full-time Apprentice Diesel Fitter
“I knew working in a male dominated trade was going to be a bit daunting but I’ve always had a positive attitude and believed if you have a passion for something then you can achieve whatever you want.”
School-based Apprentice Carpenter
“I love the hands-on aspect of the job and being able to visually see the results of my work. One day I would like to have my own construction business building residential houses”
Started as school-based trainee now full-time Apprentice Diesel Fitter
“Knowing I can do what the other guys do is just a great feeling and there’s always something new to learn every day.”
THE BUSY GROUP LTD trading as BUSY At Work is a service provider contracted by the Australian Government as represented by the Department of Education and Training to provide support services to prospective and current employers and Australian Apprentices. THE BUSY GROUP LTD is one of a number of Network Providers in Queensland and Western Australia. This website does not represent the Australian Government, if you wish to access information about the Australian Apprenticeships, from the Australian Government you should access the Australian Apprenticeships website.