Training apprentices or trainees at work

How to coach and supervise your apprentice or trainee at work. Get and follow a Training Plan. Learn about responsibilities, wages and conditions. Find out how to resolve issues at work.

Supervisor and apprentice mechanic work together on car engine under open bonnet
Workplace supervisors play a vital role in coaching apprentices or trainees. They provide workplace training and ensure workplace safety. Here's how to meet your training obligations and get the best out of staff.
A Training Plan outlines training and assessment for apprentices and trainees. As an employer, you’re responsible for supervising and guiding them as they complete the plan. You'll also need to provide evidence of demonstrated skills.
As an employer, you have a responsibility to provide the right wages and conditions for your apprentices or trainees. Find out more about what's required.
Employer's guide to resolving disputes, concerns and other workplace issues that might arise in relation to an apprentice or trainee at work.
Find out about free workshops from Training Services NSW on How to supervise your apprentice or trainee at work.

Video series for employers and workplace supervisors. Workplace supervisors play a vital role in coaching apprentices or trainees. They provide workplace training and ensure workplace safety.

Top of page