1300apprentice partners with our host employers to ensure mutually beneficial outcomes!

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About Group Training Organisations

1300apprentice is a not-for-profit Group Training Organisation (GTO) that assists our Host Employers with the placement of apprentices and trainees.


What is a GTO?

1300apprentice operates under nationally recognised guidelines as outlined by the GTO National Standards and the Department of Education, Employment and Workplace Relations.

We partner with our Host Employers and take on all legal employer responsibilities over the duration of the training term. We have the expertise required to assist in all areas of the apprenticeship or traineeship to ensure a successful outcome for both the Host Employer and the apprentice or trainee.

The 1300apprentice commitment is to source and provide quality apprentices and trainees across a broad section of industry. In partnership with our Host Employer we coordinate, facilitate and manage the following:

  • Recruitment – candidates are screened, tested and presented to you for your final decision;
  • Administration – contracts, government statutory requirements, payroll, superannuation and leave entitlements are handled on your behalf;
  • OH&S and worker’s compensation – we handle any OH&S issues and Return to Work programs and OH&S site inspections. We also issue Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) for the apprentices use;
  • Training – TAFE and Registered Training Organisation (RTO) enrolment is arranged by 1300apprentice. We monitor and track the apprentice’s progress at TAFE or the RTO;
  • Progress Monitoring – 1300apprentice will liaise with the host employer and the apprentice/trainee regularly to ensure on-the-job performance is maintained through regular scheduled visits and other visits as arranged; and
  • Extra Support – we will arrange mentoring and counselling support when required.


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  • 10/07/2015
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