Training Contract - South Australia

Service summary

Employers must be approved to employ and train on the job for a particular declared trade or vocation. Once approved an employer can enter into a training contract. A training contract is a legally binding agreement between the trainee or apprentice and the employer, which is registered with the Training and Skills Commission.

Service type

Licence

A licence defines the need to obtain recognition / certification and registration to undertake a certain business activity.

Duration

Training contracts vary in term between 1 and 4 years (based on full time employment) depending on the trade or vocation.

Fees

Nil

Additional information

A National Training Contract form must be completed and forwarded to an Australian Apprenticeships Centre, from which it will be forwarded to Traineeship and Apprenticeship Services. The Training Contract details the rights and obligations of the parties.

The employer and apprentice or trainee jointly select a Registered Training Organisation and develop the Training Plan.

Administering agency

Department of State Development
Traineeship & Apprenticeship Services

Act(s) name

Training & Skills Development Act 2008 (South Australia)

Contact details


Operating address:
Skills for All Infocentre
Ground Floor, 55 Currie Street
Adelaide SA 5000
Mailing address:
GPO Box 320
Adelaide SA 5001

Toll Free:

1800673097

Fax:

0881241401
dsd.tasemployer@sa.gov.au

Website:

http://www.skills.sa.gov.au/apprenticeships-traineeships Opens in a new browser window

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