About the AITC
At the Australian Industry Trade College, we help your young person find their passion and then pursue that career through an apprenticeship or traineeship. Years 10, 11 and 12 students spend half their time completing their senior education at school and the other half in industry, with the aim of attaining a Queensland Certificate of Education (QCE) and an employment outcome in the industry of their choice by the time they graduate Year 12.
Coming to Brisbane
With five campuses already operating across South East Queensland, the Australian Industry Trade College (AITC) is proposing a sixth campus in or near the Brisbane CBD in January 2022. The videos and links on this page provide a broad overview of what to expect when completing Years 10, 11 and 12 at the AITC.
NOTE: An AITC Brisbane campus is subject to application to and approval by the Non-State Schools Accreditation Board.
Discover more about the AITC by attending an Information Evening.
Head of Industry Education Eliza Lane and Head of Future Schools and Partnerships Lee Smith explain our model.
Our College induction is about finding comfort in the uncomfortable, friendship, and preparing for work experience.
Read the latest in achievements, industry insights and community updates. Browse our Blueprint library.
Pathway to Business Administration
Ella Collins commenced a traineeship in business administration while studying with the AITC.
Pathway to Marine Mechanic
Matthew Dietrich commenced an apprenticeship as a marine mechanic while studying with the AITC.
Pathway to Painter and Decorator
Molly Green commenced an apprenticeship as a painter and decorator while studying with the AITC.
Pathway to Turf Management
Tom Horan commenced an apprenticeship in turf management while studying with the AITC.
Pathway to Truck Mechanic
Jake Elborne commenced an apprenticeship as a heavy duty truck mechanic while studying with the AITC.
The AITC partners with TAFE Queensland to provide Trade Tasters and pre-employment training to our young people.
Trade Support Loans
As an Australian apprentice you may be eligible for financial assistance from the Australian Government to help with the costs of undertaking an apprenticeship. Read more about incentives available for apprentices.
Find your future
Not sure what industry you’re interested in? View over 400 apprenticeship and traineeship options on this Queensland Government site.