For more information about Australian Apprenticeships visit Australian ApprenticeshipsRecruiting – DIY or?
The choice is yours and it will depend upon your situation and expertise. You can advertise and recruit yourself, or perhaps put the word around your local community and school. Many RTOs offer pre-vocational / employment courses and they could have somebody ready to start in your business.
Whichever way you go, there is a lot of recruitment help out there. Start at www.training.com.au.Group Training – could be for you
Group Training Organisations employ Australian Apprenticeships and hire them out to 'host' employers. The group training organisation does the paperwork, is responsible for such things as wages and insurances, and they manage the training. There are a lot of benefits to you the employer.
For more Group Training information go to www.training.com.au.
Existing Employees – think about it
Need more incentive? Check out the benefits at www.training.com.au.Mature Aged Workers – experience counts
Mature aged workers
For more information about mature aged workers go to JobWiseTraining Contract / Agreement – agreed
Training Contracts or Agreements
The Training Plan
Australian Apprenticeship Centres are there to help. They can offer assistance and advice on a range of Australian Apprenticeship issues and questions. To find the one nearest to you, use Australian Apprenticeships Centre Search
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