At first glance, Bailey Urquhart, softly spoken and reserved, might not appear to be your typical trade apprentice. But after spending his senior year developing and refining his skills and interests through the MIGAS HeadStart program, he graduated as a stand-out student with the confidence to forge a successful career.
Are you in year 10, 11 or 12 and wondering if you should do a school-based apprenticeship or traineeship? Understanding what’s involved can help you decide and get you started on the right career path.
The number one skill that our host employers are always looking for in a new apprentice or trainee is an understanding of and commitment to workplace health and safety (WHS).
No matter what trade or industry you are hoping to enter, a positive attitude to WHS is essential to creating a safe and healthy learning environment as you learn your trade and work with others.