Apprentice intake on

UP TO 100 Western Australians will be offered apprenticeships in engineering and horticulture through the Chamber of Commerce and Industry Training Services (CTS) apprenticeship program.

Employment National will conduct basic screening based on written applications.

Employment National Perth business centre’s Shane Harris-Walker said the CTS program currently employed more than 500 apprentices across WA.

“Candidates need to display motivation, a desire to commit to a four-year trade training program, excellent personal presentation and good communication skills,” Mr Harris-Walker said.

Applications close on 17 September.

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