What is SBAT Funding?
And how does it work?
The School Based Apprenticeships and Traineeships (SBAT) program operates by seamlessly integrating classroom learning with practical, on-the-job training. High school students can choose from a variety of industries and vocational pathways, aligning with their interests and career goals. They embark on part-time apprenticeships or traineeships, allowing them to learn valuable skills and gain industry-specific knowledge while completing their secondary education.
SBAT offers a structured framework that combines classroom attendance, workplace experience, and formal assessment, ensuring students receive comprehensive training and support. This innovative approach not only prepares them for future careers but also gives them a head start in the job market, as they simultaneously earn a wage and a nationally recognised qualification.
To be eligible under the SBAT Program a student must be:
- undertaking a qualification listed on the NSW Skills List as an SBAT-specific apprenticeship or traineeship qualification, and
- an approved or registered School Based Apprentice or School Based Trainee in NSW at the time of commencing the qualification, and
- have the qualification shown on their Training Contract
Courses funded by SBAT
About SBAT Funding
How To Apply
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