When you complete a traineeship or apprenticeship through TITEB we will
take care of everything – except the learning. We will monitor your progress and provide support, regularly visiting you in your workplace and liaising with your trainer.
If you have any issues or concerns, at work or at home, we are there to help you through. We offer mentoring services by phone or in person. Literacy and numeracy support is also available at the TITEB Training Centre.
We will ensure you receive all eligible Incentives, such as the $300 or $1000 workwear and workgear bonus. If you need to travel away from community to undertake training, we will help with travel and accommodation arrangements and subsidies.
Best of all, when you complete your training we will help you celebrate. One of our apprentice mechanics, Spencer Martin, won the 2016 Advanced Training International (ATI) Frank May Automotive Apprentice Award. Spencer previously won the 2015 MTA Indigenous Apprentice of the Year, and overall Runner Up Apprentice of the Year. We are very proud of his achievement.