More about your ASbA Journey
Parent or Caregiver
A parent or caregiver will need to sign the legal paperwork on your behalf if you are under 18. The key documents that will be signed are the Training Contract and Training Plan.
You must have an offer of employment to start an ASbA. The employer will train and monitor you throughout your ASbA. They will make arrangements to work around your schooling.
Your school must approve your ASbA before you start, and will help facilitate details of the employment and training.
Apprenticeship Network Providers
Once the school, parent or caregiver, and employer are in agreement, an Apprenticeship Network provider will need to organise having the Training Contract signed by all parties.
Registered Training Provider
After the signing of the Training Contract, the training provider creates a Training Plan to deliver the on-the-job and off-the-job training.
Changes to the training contract must be communicated to all parties. Changes can include time-off from work to cancellation of the ASbA.
If you haven't completed your apprenticeship or traineeship at school, all you and your employer need to do is contact the Apprenticeship Network provider that signed you up to change your status from school-based to full-time or part-time.
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