It is important to seek help if you are having problems at work. If possible, speak to someone at your workplace. Your supervisor may be a good person to talk with, however another staff member may also be able to help.
If you aren't able to talk with someone at your workplace, you should call your Australian Apprenticeship Support Network provider. This is the provider who organised your training contract. You should be able to find their details on the contract, or take a look at our Service Provider Search to find a phone number for your provider.
Each state and territory government has field officers to help resolve difficulties with an Australian Apprenticeship, so you can also get in contact with them. You can find phone numbers for these on the Service Provider Search.
If you are employed through a Group Training Organisation, they will be able to discuss your problems and support you through your apprenticeship.
The Registered Training Organisation delivering yout training can also be a good contact point to discuss any issues, particularly problems about the training.
For more information about support service, visit our Ongoing Support for Apprentices page.