Kayla Schimke has an impressive resume for a 25 year old, having worked her way up through the banking circuit and completed a round of additional qualifications since finishing her school-based traineeship through MIGAS.
But, enough of the history lesson. We’re here to explain the differences between an apprenticeship and a traineeship – two sought after pathways that are sometimes confused, and a little misunderstood.
As part of an apprenticeship you’ll be paid to receive on-the-job training in a real workplace while completing a Vocational qualification at Certificate level to become fully qualified – and MIGAS is there to support you at every step.
So you want to be an electrician? Well, not all electrical trades are made equal. In fact there’s a world of specialisations out there from automotive to air-conditioning, from refrigeration, to instrumentation. Same, same…but very different.
The David Evans Group is a family owned business, selling and servicing to a wide area of South East Queensland. The company was established in 1951 by the late David Evans. The business continues to run today with many of the values he operated with, a focus on strong customer...