HGT can advise you on Government incentive funding available to you. Incentive funding can be a catalyst for you to provide up-skilling to your existing employees resulting in increased productivity for your business.
Who can become a Trainee?
- Current employees - if they have been employed part-time / casual for less than 12 months or less than 3 months if they have been employed by you fulltime.
- The Trainee must work a minimum of 20 hours per week.
- The employee cannot hold a completed qualification higher than Certificate III in any area.
- The employer must be an Australia Citizen or Permanent Resident. Some subclass visas may be eligible.
- Food Service
- Beverage Service
- Kitchen Service
Or any combination of these.
Training units selected are customised to suit the trainee's job.
Traineeship training fees will be invoiced after signing of the Training Contract
The Student tuition fees are indicative only and are subject to change given individual circumstances at enrolment. Additional fees may apply such as student service and resource fees.
Whilst the State Government through the Department of Training and Workforce Development funds the actual training delivery and assessment Hospitality Group Training is required by the State Government’s VET Fees and Charges Policy 2017 to charge the following Fees:
$3.25 per Nominal Hour of Training
(Concession Student Fees are charged at $0.97 per Nominal Hour – eligibility conditions apply – see below)
The Student tuition fees are indicative only and are subject to change given individual circumstances at enrolment. Dependent on Units of Competency selected fees will vary, however the following is a general indication:
- Certificate II Kitchen Operations approx $750 - $900
- Certificate III Hospitality approx $950
- Certificate IV Hospitality approx $2000
Please note the State Government’s VET Fees and Charges Policy is released in January of each year and is subject to change. As such any Units of Competency not commenced prior to 1 January 2018 will be subject to 2017 fees and may require a “gap fee” to be charged.
Should the trainee formally withdraw from the traineeship within three (3) months of commencement the employer may be entitled to a pro rata refund based on training not yet commenced.
NB: Concession Rate student eligibility
Persons and dependents or persons holding a:
- Health Care Card
- Pensioner Concession Card
- Repatriation Health Benefits Card
Persons and dependants of persons in receipt of AUSTUDY or ABSTUDY
Persons and dependants of persons in receipt of Youth Allowance
Secondary school aged person – means a person who has reached 15 years of age but has not reached the end of the calendar year in which their compulsory education period expires, as defined in the School Education Act 1999. In 2017 these persons will be born on or after 1 July 1999.
School Based Trainees are exempt from all Training Fees.
Courses subsidised by the Department of Training and Workforce Development