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 cannot talk to someone at work, the first organisation to contact is the Australian Apprenticeship Support Network provider that completed the sign up or, contact your State or Territory Training Authority.
If you are employed through a Group Training Organisation, contact your designated field officer to discuss your problems and for support through your apprenticeship.
You may need to contact Fair Work or 13 13 94 if your issue relates to wages, conditions or harassment.
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.