Definition of traineeship in English:

traineeship

noun

  • See trainee

    • ‘The notion that a young person entering an apprenticeship or traineeship can bargain equally with a prospective employer is laughable.’
    • ‘Seven didn't last the course, but those that did have all secured 12-month traineeships with two major construction firms.’
    • ‘There are only a few traineeships that are on offer to potential theatre directors, so I knew I had to grab the opportunity.’
    • ‘It means those who then start their traineeships have already played at that level and proved they can cope with it.’
    • ‘Nobody knows if these traineeships actually provide real career paths, but it does give these young people their first job and that might lead to something better.’

Pronunciation

traineeship

/treɪˈniːʃɪp/