All Posts
Latest Updates
1 min read

Over 30 Traineeships/Apprenticeships pledged this week!

Published on 25 May 2018

Subscribe to JTNewsletter

By subscribing you agree to with our Privacy Policy.
Johnathan Thurston

What a week!  Over 30 apprenticeships/traineeships (including school based) have been pledged this week by some amazing employers.  There are some genuine employers in our Community, who work hard in creating outstanding workplace culture and environments and in doing so,  create amazing opportunities for our Youth.

We are honoured to be working with these outstanding companies by providing them a pipeline of work ready jobseekers.  This week, we made over 40 job placement introductions in addition to securing over 30 new GENUINE job opportunities (with amazing companies).

We are not an RTO, nor are we are running any Government funded employment or training programs.  We are backed and supported by amazing companies who are joining us in taking employment back to basics.  Simply making introductions between Jobseeker and employer! #backtobasics #makingemploymenteasy

Thank you, Lendlease for the Sunshine Coast introductions… the Employers on the Sunshine Coast – take a bow!!  Thank you!  Lendlease, Accor Hotels, Sony Music, Asics, Jimani Clothing continue to support us more than we could have imaged!

Mooney’s Corp, CQ Field Mining Services, KLN Group,  Bank of QLD,you guys are truly amazing.  To the companies who don’t want their names mentioned. we think you’re incredible!

Regards, Samantha Johnson, General Manager, JT Academy…

Note: If you are a job seeker looking for work, or a school and looking for a school based apprenticeship – register here..

Employers wanting Trainees/Apprentices or assistance with Indigenous employment initiatives – please inbox or email me.






Johnathan Thurston Academy pays the deepest respect to the Traditional Custodians of Country across Australia. We acknowledge and thank our Elders who demonstrated over 60,000 years of sustainable Indigenous business and ask them to guide us back on track to a more prosperous and purposeful future.

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples should be aware that this website may contain images or names of people who have passed away.