What You Should Know

Impact Apprentices adhere to the National Code of Good Practice for Australian Apprenticeships.

The code was developed to assist the Employer and Apprentices entering into a formal training contract, with a clear understanding of the parties’ obligations and expectations.

Apprentices are required to

  • Attend a training provider suitably accredited to teach the Certificate III in Electro-Technology.
  • Sign a training plan setting out your course details
  • Paid time off to attend Tradeschool on the prescribed day
  • Pass all modules
  • Maintain profiling records weekly
  • Sign a contract of employment with Impact Apprentices.

And entitled to

  • Provide adequate supervision (by qualified Electricians) to each worker either by constant or general instruction in accordance with ESV supervision guidelines.
  • Ensure workplace supervisors have current working with children accreditation, when hiring apprentices under the age of 18.
  • Ensure each worker works in a safe and harassment free environment in accordance with Federal and State legislation.
  • Ensure workers complete weekly time sheets, setting out hours of Work for the week as well as allowances.
  • Ensure that each worker is appropriately trained and/or licensed to use any equipment on site prior to the use of that equipment.
  • Ensure each worker participates in site inductions, where applicable, and reporting the participation of each worker in the induction to Impact Apprentices P/L.

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    Impact Apprentices Pty Ltd was formed in September 2014 and has seen an enormous growth in apprentice numbers, which is a testament to the quality of service and quality of Workers we employ. Although a newly formed business, the experience with working within the electrical industry, group training and apprentice services exceeds 50 years.

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