A guide to helping your child through an apprenticeship or traineeship
It’s important that you know a bit about what to expect and how you can help your child as they begin their working life.
Beginning an apprenticeship or traineeship and entering the workforce for the first time can be very daunting for a young person. Put yourself in their shoes, they may have never worked before, never seen how a business runs and the only people who have told them what to do is you and their teachers!
So, what can you do to help your child get prepared for the adjustment to working life? Download our ‘Guide to helping your child through an apprenticeship or traineeship’ today.
Starting an apprenticeship or traineeship with Apprenticeship Careers Australia
We all go through change. Some of us adapt to new situations quickly, while for others it takes a while to find our feet.
It doesn’t matter how quickly you or your child moves through change - our guide provides insights on how you can help them make the best transition possible as they embark on their new journey.
Teaching your child how to work with others
One of the biggest complaints we hear from apprentices and trainees is the challenge they have in working with older ‘boring’
Likewise, one of the biggest challenges in the workforce today is working across different generations. This guide will help you teach your child what to expect from other generations and how to create working relationships.
Setting goals and boosting your child’s motivation
Whether it’s a goal we kicked in sport or something we achieved personally, goals make us feel good.
Helping your child set goals throughout their apprenticeship or traineeship will give them something to strive towards, keep them motivated and help them stay focused on performance at work.