Useful information and contacts

​​​This list has been compiled to help you deal with any queries you may have that relate to apprenticeships which are not handled by the Department's Apprenticeship Office.

In general terms, queries relating to starting an apprenticeship or finding an apprentice/trainee or employer for an apprenticeship should be directed to an Australian Apprenticeship Support Network (AASN) provider.

Queries relating to the training contract once an apprenticeship/traineeship has been established should be directed to the Apprenticeship Office on 13 19 54.  

The Roles and responsibilities fa​ct sheet may be helpful if you have an enquiry but are unsure whom to contact.

 

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Australian Apprenticeship Support Network (AASN) providers in Western Australia ​

​For general enquiries, call the AASN infoline.

T: 13 38 73

australianapprenticeships.gov.au

​AMA Apprenticeship and Traineeship Services
(AMA Services (WA) Pty Ltd)

T: (08) 9273 3042 or 1800 808 568
E: amaats@amawa.com.au

amaats.com.au

Apprenticeship Support Australia
(​Powered by: Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Western Australia)

T: 1300 363 831
E: apprenticeshipsupport.@cciwa.com.au

 

apprenticeshipsupport.com.au

The Apprenticeship Community
(​The Busy Group Ltd)

T: 13 28 79 or 08 6165 3362
E: mail@apprenticeshipcommunity.com.au

 apprenticeshipcommunity.com.au

​MEGT (Australia) Ltd

T: 13 63 48
E: aacinfo@megt.com.au 

 

megt.com.au/australian-apprenticeships-centre

 

Wages, award conditions and other training and/or work related matters
For enquiries about incentive payments or funding support, contact your AASN provider.

Fair Work Ombudsman (if employed under a Federal award)

T: 13 13 94

 

fairwork.gov.au

Group training organisations (GTOs)

Group training is an employment and training arrangement where an organisation employs apprentices and/or trainees under a training contract and places them with host employers.

Download a list of group training organisations in WA (current as of June 2015).        

Government Building Training Policy

The Government Building Training (GBT) Policy requires companies awarded State Government building, construction and maintenance contracts to meet a target training rate by employing apprentices and trainees.

For further information and to find out which contracts are in scope of the policy please visit dtwd.wa.gov.au or contact:

Policy, Planning and Research

T:  6551 5607

E:  policy.gbt@dtwd.wa.gov.au

Superannuation

For enquiries relating to superannuation, please contact the Australian Taxation Office (ATO).

T: 13 10 20

ato.gov.au/super

Travel and accommodation allowance (TAA)

If you are an apprentice/trainee or employer, email taa@dtwd.wa.gov.au for all queries regarding the TAA.

If you are a training provider, email taarto@dtwd.wa.gov.aufor all queries regarding the TAA.

For general enquiries, call the TAA team on (08) 6551 5494.


 

The following links may be helpful.

Wageline (if employed under a State award)

T: 1300 655 266​

commerce.wa.gov.au/labourrelations        

Workplace health and safety (WHS/OHS/OSH)

WorkSafe WA
T: 1300 307 877


 worksafe.wa.gov.au

 

For training providers

State Training and Recognition System (STARS)

Registered training providers ​will find useful information on the STARS website.

stars.dtwd.wa.gov.au

Training Record System (TRS)

Registered training providers and AASNs may apply to access the Department's Training Record System for the apprentices and trainees they are responsible for.      

 

For access to TRS, please use the appropriate form from this list.

 

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