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When starting a new job there are various things to be aware of such as knowing pay rates, understanding the purpose of any workplace documents, and also any suparannuation and tax related forms and requirements.  

It doesn't hurt to ask before signing anything!

The following information will provide links and resources to increase awareness about what happens after having commenced an apprenticeship or traineeship.

About to start a new job?

What happens when work starts? What is expected of an Australian Apprentice?

Here are some tips on how to approach the workplace.

  • Attend and perform work professionally.
  • Take care of the workplace and its resources.
  • Respect the rights of other employees.
  • Be committed to attending and participating in training sessions.
  • Communicate regularly with supervisors, mentors or coaches.
  • Achieve the competencies stated in the training plan.
     

After starting work as an apprentice or trainee

Some service providers are available to support employers and employees in making the Australian Apprenticeship a success.

Each state and territory government has field officers to help resolve difficulties with an Australian Apprenticeship. They will need to be consulted if either party is considering cancelling the contract of training.

Apprenticeship Network providers also support employers and potential apprentices, as will a Group Training Organisation if they are involved.  The Registered Training Organisation delivering the training can also be a good contact point.

For employees it's important to be available, and to give feedback, when service providers call or attend the workplace.  

Understanding workplace culture

Understanding workplace culture


It’s important to understand the expectations of employers and how best to fit into a workplace.

Here are some handy hints from the Department of Employment website to help.

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Looking for more wages information?



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Apprenticeship Network Providers

Apprenticeship Network Providers


The National Code of Good Practice sets out how Apprenticeship Network providers will work with all parties during an Australian Apprenticeships.


National Code of Good Practice

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