Local businesses have recognised the value of  working with Integrity’s School-Based Trainees (SBAT) and reaping the benefits to both students and supporting the local community.

The SBAT arrangement combines part-time work and structured training with school studies. Trainees gain a nationally recognised qualification and paid employment for the duration of the program.

This provides students with valuable real life work-skills and increases future employment opportunities. But also gives the host employers the ability to contribute towards the development of the next generation of IT whizzes.

Working alongside the Local Learning and Employment Networks (LLEN) in the Northern Suburbs of Melbourne, workplacements have been sourced from a large range of industries. Integrity Business College has found a shortage of IT support in not only the Computer Support/Sales industry, but in local businesses such as Libraries, Councils, Primary Schools, Secondary Schools, and Real Estate Agencies.

If you are interested in the School-Based Trainee program or want to support the program by being a host employer Contact Us.

Host employers make a significant impact on school-based trainees by providing valuable experience and confidence required for entering the workforce.

Peter Venables

Managing Director, Integrity Business College

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