Looking for a reliable apprentice or trainee to work on your next residential, commercial or civil project? Perhaps you require an Aboriginal apprentice or trainee for government projects?
Every year over a hundred building & construction companies get involved with Group Training. There is a great reason why.
Apprentices and trainees do real jobs for builders and subcontractors; they are at the forefront of the Government’s agenda because they are a proven means of providing the next generation with the skills and knowledge they need to take their place in the building and construction workforce.
Group Scheme has proven to be a relatively easy way to take on apprentices. This arrangement eases the burden of paperwork for wages, allowances, workers’ compensation and superannuation, which allows training employers to invest more time in supervising and monitoring the performance and well-being of the new apprentice.
Group Scheme makes it as simple as possible for builders and subcontractors to take on apprentices and trainees:
- Apprentices and trainees are carefully selected;
- Paperwork and payroll is handled on the host’s behalf;
- Continuous support is provided by a team of field officers for both the training employer and the apprentice; and
- Apprentices are educated by the safety and recruitment team to take safety issues seriously. All the necessary information, instruction and training to help them perform their work safely without risk to their health is provided.