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In-tellinc a Supporting Small Business with Apprenticeships and Traineeships Program Provider

Published by Suzi Watral - Wednesday, April 12, 2017

The Supporting Small Business with Apprenticeships and Traineeships Program is a new grant program that aims to make it easier for small businesses to employ an apprentice or trainee.

In-tellinc is available to help small business owners navigate their way through taking on a new apprentice or trainee.  We provide

tailored assistance to small businesses with less than 20 employees to make it easier to employ an apprentice or trainee.

Services are free to eligible businesses and include:

  • assistance to obtain business advice on the feasibility of employing an apprentice or trainee
  • support to recruit the right person for the business
  • planning the apprentice or trainee job role and workplace training requirements, and
  • ongoing mentoring and advice for the business and apprentice or trainee.
Contact us today on 03 6165-1556

 


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