Becoming an industry host takes all the worry out of employing an apprentice.
Hosting a MTA apprentice gives you:
Value: The full cost of hosting a MTA apprentice or trainee is tax deductable and there are no recruitment costs, reducing paperwork and allowing you to focus on running your business
Flexibility: The ability to return the apprentice to the MTA should you experience an unexpected downturn of work or other issues along the way.
Peace of mind: MTA apprentices have a genuine interest in the industry and the many career pathways available.
Support: With a dedicated Field Officer visiting your premises every eight weeks and on call, you are never alone on your apprentice employment journey
“I can confidently say that hosting an apprentice through the MTA is the best way to do it."
Roly McCreanor – Roly’s Automotive Services
The Motor Trade Association Group Training Scheme (MTA GTS) remains the legal employer for the full term of the contract of training and is responsible for WorkCover, superannuation, annual and sick leave, wages, payroll tax, training fees and tool allowance.
Apprentices are equipped with their own tools (if required), overalls and personal protective equipment.
After undergoing initial testing, apprentices complete a full-time training program of up to eight weeks before being hosted within the industry. This equips them with basic skills and the potential to be a productive member of your team from day one.
The host employer is only charged for the apprentice’s time on-the-job, meaning that trade school, annual leave, sick days and public holidays are not invoiced.
Apprentices and host employers are visited every two months and a progress report is completed ensuring that all of the competencies required for the relevant vocation are being completed in the workplace and that any issues or concerns from either party are addressed.
For more information contact the MTA Group Training Scheme 8241 0522 or email firstname.lastname@example.org