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Santos Aboriginal School-Based Trainee Program

Santos Aboriginal School-Based Trainee Program

Take your horticultural skills to the next level and apply for the Santos Aboriginal School-Based Trainee Program.

This exciting program gives you the opportunity to undertake a work placement at the Botanic Gardens and State Herbarium of South Australia, while studying a Certificate II in Horticulture. Develop your horticultural skills and knowledge from world-renowned experts at Adelaide, Mount Lofty and Wittunga Botanic Gardens. You will spend one day a week (during school terms) at each of these sites, while completing your high school education. After 18 months, you will graduate with a Certificate II in Horticulture.

This program is a paid opportunity, and there are multiple positions available. The Santos Aboriginal School-Based Trainee Program is offered by the Career Employment Group.

Am I eligible?

The traineeship is open to Aboriginal high school students enrolled in Year 10 or 11.

How do I apply?

Simply send your CV and a cover letter to the Careers Employment Group - contact details below. Shortlisted applicants will be contacted for an interview.

Contact

For more information and to apply, contact Donna Smith or Kylie Amber:

Donna Smith
Executive Branch Manager
Careers Employment Group Inc.
donna.smith@ceg.net.au

Kylie Amber
Aboriginal Participation Adviser
Santos
8116 7165
aboriginal.participation@santos.com .

This traineeship is proudly supported by Santos

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