There are many benefits to being a WTA Apprentice

 Earn while you learn

Earn a full-time salary while achieving a nationally recognized certification.


Acquire valuable workplace experience and gain an early advantage in your desired career path.


Receive continuous support from your dedicated WTA Field Officer.


Receive financial support for tools, PPE, training, and financial applications.


Expand your experience by working with multiple host businesses.


Enhance your skills and knowledge under the mentorship of qualified tradespeople.

Interested in becoming an apprentice?

Fill out an obligation free expression of interest form now. Whoever you are, you will find your community of tradies.


What are the responsibilities of the apprentice? 

Through their employment, the apprentice has a range of responsibilities to WTA QLD, host employers and the RTO. These responsibilities include (among other things):

  • Completing the WTA QLD WHS induction and any further inductions required by the Host Employer or WTA QLD 
  • Working with WTA QLD and the RTO to negotiate and agree on a training plan 
  • Attending work at the times as directed by WTA QLD and/or as specified by the host employer and follow all lawful instructions
  • Participating fully in all employment and training 
  • Taking all reasonable care for their own health and safety, including wearing PPE, and the health and safety of others while on site and participating in off the job training
  • Directing all concerns or issues immediately to WTA QLD if they experience harassment, unsafe work practices or difficulties, including workplace injuries

More detailed obligations and responsibilities are included in our Apprentice and Host Employer Information Handbook provided to apprentices and host employers provided directly to approved host employers and apprentices.

If you are interested in becoming an apprentice of Wettrade Apprenticeships apply now.

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