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    High In Demand

    High In Demand

    Many Australian colleges and institutes provide popular trade courses that lead to employment opportunities such as a carpenter, welder, cabinet maker, electrician, and more.

    Numerous Specialization

    Numerous Specialization

    Many Australian colleges and institutes provide popular trade courses that lead to employment opportunities such as a carpenter, welder, cabinet maker, electrician, and more.

    Higher Employment

    Higher Employment

    Building and Construction courses offer a pathway into an industry with a 10.9% projected job growth that will continue till 2022. Trade jobs like construction & joiners, plumbers, and more are in demand. Thus, making trade courses an attractive pathway for international students.

    Rewarding Careers

    Rewarding Careers

    A first-year apprentice bricklayer employed on award rates, for example, usually earns $12.78 an hour, increasing to $20.07 an hour as a fourth-year apprentice.

    In electrical trades, an apprentice will typically earn $150,000 over the course of their training.

    Why Study Trade Courses Now?

    Australia is known to be one of the best destinations in the world in the trade sector. Developing and assisting potential Trade professionals. International students can study at an education provider for a 1 or 2-year trade course and earn exactly the same certification as Australians completing a 4-year apprenticeship. An foreign student who goes to TAFE and studies Cert III in Carpentry for 2 years, for example, will earn exactly the same certification as an Australian who does an apprenticeship (a Cert III in Carpentry)

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