What is Apprentice Employment Network?
Apprentice Employment Network is an employment and training arrangement where a Group Training Organisation (GTO) acts as the primary employer to apprentices and trainees and then places them with other businesses known as "host employers", whilst they are undertaking their formal training.
It provides a cost-efficient and administratively simple way for small to medium sized businesses to hire apprentices/trainees when this might otherwise not be possible. It also creates quality employment and training opportunities for career seekers providing a breadth of experience gained in a number of different enterprises.
The GTO arranges and monitors the on and off-the-job training and takes responsibility for all paperwork including wages, superannuation and other employee benefits.
The GTO ensures the quality and quantity of the apprentices' and trainees' employment training and experience by rotating where necessary from business to business.
About Apprentice Employment Network
Apprentice Employment Network WA, is the peak body representing member Group Training Organisations in Western Australia. AENWA was incorporated in 1993 as a not-for-profit Association.
AENWA members are located throughout metropolitan and regional Western Australia and they deliver services to a range of industries.
The Network provides a wide range of services and conducts a number of activities as part of our strategic plan to enhance the effectiveness of member Group Training Organisations.