How many hours do Apprentices work?
What is apprentice wage?
Apprentices must be paid at least the apprentice national minimum wage for all the time they are on their apprenticeships. Apprentices who are under 19, or who are 19 or over and in the first year of their apprenticeship, will be paid a minimum of £4.15 per hour (from 1 April 2020), however many businesses pay more.
How long is a butchery apprenticeship?
Butcher apprentices attend three two-week block courses over three to four years to achieve the level four national certificate.
Do you need a CV for apprenticeships?
You should create a basic CV and then tailor it to for every job application. That means picking out the skills, abilities, qualifications and experience that you think will most interest them and are most relevant to the apprenticeship to which you are applying.
How much does a first year plumbing apprentice earn?
The average salary for a apprentice plumber is $53,926 per year in New South Wales.
Who pays for an apprentice?
Employers must also pay their apprentice for time spent training or studying for a relevant qualification, whether while at work or at a college or training organisation. Employers must offer apprentices the same conditions as other employees working at similar grades or in similar roles.
How much does a 1st year apprentice electrician earn?
Below is an estimate from the Fair Work Pay Calculator of what you may earn as an adult electrical apprentice: 1st year: $759.43. 2nd year: $825.33. 3rd year: $825.33.
What is the award that covers plumbing apprentices?
Plumbing and Fire Sprinklers Award 2010
How much does the government pay for apprenticeships?
Prior to 1st April 2019, non-levy paying companies had to pay 10% of the cost of training and assessing each apprentice. However, from 1st April 2019, this was reduced to 5% of the cost. The government funds the remaining 95%.
Do I need experience for an apprenticeship?
You don’t need work experience to get ahead “Apprenticeships are a great first step in a career,” says Charlotte Domanski, knowledge and research manager for Business in the Community. But don’t underestimate the value to employers of other skills and experience you might have gained.