During the on-the-job training period
Trainees are engaged as employees with employer-employee relationship, employers will pay salary to trainees.
Employers will appoint staff with relevant work experience as trainees’ mentors so as to ensure suitable training and guidance support to trainees.
Trainees may apply for off-the-job vocational course subsidy from the Programme Office and reimburse course and examination fees up to $4,000 for each on-the-job training placement under the YETP.
Case managers will provide on-the-job support services to trainees.
Upon completion of the on-the-job training
Employers will issue a certificate specifying the skill/qualification attained and the period of on-the-job training to trainees.
Trainees with good performance may have the opportunities to be offered further employment by employers.
Charts of Top Ten Training Vacancies
The Youth Employment and Training Programme provides on-the-job training posts of various industries and districts. Below are the charts of top ten on-the-job training vacancies by job type/ industry/ district: