The Apprentice and Traineeship Company (RTO Code 2317) is your training one stop shop!
Endorsed as a Registered Training Organisation (RTO Code 2317) since 1993, we have an enviable history of providing nationally recognised training in WA. And nationally recognised training means exactly that – it’s recognised nationally!
We now offer a range of qualifications and certificate courses from our Skills Centre in:
Training is offered as traditional class/group based delivery, on job assessment or mixed mode delivery to suit specific employers. Typical programs range from pre employment, to trainee and apprentice, to post trade training or skills recognition.
So, no matter what your circumstances – we can help.
- Looking to train your staff?
- Want to improve your career?
- Need to formalise your trade qualifications?
- Want to you do a pre apprenticeship course?
- Looking for an RTO for the apprenticeship?
- Have limited work experience?
The Apprentice and Traineeship Company is the place for you!
Fees and charges
When you enrol in a course, you are charged a course fee based on the number of hours within each unit. The majority of qualifications available through ATC are subsidised by the WA Department of Training and Workforce Development, which contributes to the total cost of the training for a student, with the student or employer paying the mandatory enrolment fees. If you have an eligible concession card or meet the age concession criteria, the course fees are charged at a reduced rate.
A resource fee is charged for materials purchased by ATC to be consumed for transformed by students in the course (ie metro, wood, cabling etc.). Resource fees can vary from $80 for traineeships to $250 for apprentices and pre apprentices.
Complaints and Appeals Policy
This policy covers a complaint received in regards to ATC processes, conduct of staff, trainers and assessors, or students enrolled with ATC. The policy also covers appeals against an assessment decision.
This policy is aimed at managing and responding to complaints and appeals in a timely manner in order to ensure the principles of natural justice and procedural fairness are adopted at every stage of the complaint and appeal process.
The complaint or appeal will be finalised within a maximum of 60 days. If additional time is required to resolve the issue, ATC will inform the plaintiff in writing, including reasons why more than 60 calendar days are required.
The plaintiff will be provided with regular updates and accurate information during the process of investigation, with the intention that the complaint is resolved satisfactorily. However, if a resolution has not been achieved, the individual making the complaint or appeal will be encouraged to request a review by an appropriate party who is independent of both ATC and the plaintiff.