Supporting tourism careers in regional SA

An apprenticeship-ready course will prepare 20 Eyre Peninsula jobseekers for careers in the state’s thriving regional tourism sector.

The program aims to:

  • support participants into full-time apprenticeships in regional South Australia

  • encourage business owners to take on apprentices

  • boost the number of skilled employees in the state’s growing tourism industry

  • increase South Australia’s visitor economy, particularly in the state’s regions.

The Tourism Industry Council of South Australia (TiCSA) is working with TAFE SA to deliver the eight-week apprenticeship pathway training.

To complement the project, TiCSA will hold state-wide business development workshops that will:

  • promote training opportunities and the benefits of hiring apprentices

  • have representatives from Group Training Organisations, Registered Training Organisations and the Australian Apprenticeship Support Network who will contribute to workshops and help employers navigate the apprenticeship system.