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.

Our Brisbane campus

The Australian Industry Trade College (AITC) opened its modern Brisbane campus in January 2022 at 88 Leichhardt Street, Spring Hill.

In 2022, the Brisbane campus commenced with Year 10 only. This will expand to Year 11 in 2023 and Year 12 in 2024.

We are also excited to commence our first industry-driven school academy from the Spring Hill campus for those wishing to pursue a career in big industry in the fields of construction, civil engineering, auto (heavy diesel) or mechanical. Read more about the Academy here.

Campus Tours

The Australian Industry Trade College (AITC) opened a Brisbane campus in January 2022 and is located at 88 Leichhardt Street Spring Hill. We host regular events for prospective families to tour the facility, meet current young people and staff and discover more about our deliberately different program.

Please register the details for all guardians and young people attending, and the number of other attendees – such as other family members.

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Rookies Program

The mandatory program that all new starters must complete to ensure they can enter industry placements safely.

Year 10 Program

Year 10 is a time of exploration where young people discover the options available in an industry career.

Year 11 & 12 Program

Year 11 and 12 is a period of development and employment where young people aim to be signed up with an employer.

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.

Browse the Blueprint Magazine library

Discover more about our young people’s achievements by browsing the Blueprint library.

Pre-employment Training

The AITC partners with TAFE Queensland to provide Trade Tasters and pre-employment training to our young people.

Find us on Social Media

Make sure you follow the AITC Instagram and LinkedIn accounts to get an idea of campus life, celebrations and to see the AITC industry education program in action.

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.

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  • Fees information

    There is no more important investment decision than the education of young people. We appreciate Australian Industry Trade College (AITC) families are choosing to invest in their young person’s future and we are privileged to work in partnership with you to achieve our shared goals.

    View the 2022 fees here

  • Uniform scope

    Our young people wear the AITC uniform proudly. The uniform is designed to be both functional and comfortable, and is compulsory for young people to wear when attending the College. Additionally, young people on Industry Block are expected to be dressed in the appropriate AITC industry uniform and as directed by the safety standards of the industry – this will also comply with employers’ expectations.

    View the current uniform scope

  • Bring Your Own Device (BYOD)

    The AITC is a Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) College, requiring young people to bring a computing device (laptop or a notebook) to school for their personal use.

    Our requirement is for each young person to bring their own device. The device must meet minimum specifications related to screen size, keyboard, WIFI access, battery life and memory.

    Please click here to see the College specifications for BYOD.

  • Our partners

    The AITC would like to thank their Corporate Alliance Partners for their support of the College and vision for the future of industry.

    Read about our partners

  • FAQs

    Still have unanswered questions? Check our FAQs page to see if your question is answered there.

    FAQs

  • Contact us

    To discuss enrolling your young person with the Australian Industry Trade College, please

    Contact your local campus