Employers, apprentices, trainees and Registered Training Organisations (RTOs) all have rights and obligations to one another under the law.
Our guide will provide an overview of what this means for you, and where to find more information about your legal rights and obligations.
Australian Apprenticeship Support Network (AASN) Code of Conduct
The AASN Code of Conduct outlines Sarina Russo Apprentices obligations to employers, apprentices/trainees and other relevant parties. The code exists to ensure we act in an ethical way while providing you with high quality services that are designed to meet your individual needs and circumstances.
In delivering our services to you, we promise to:
Provide advice that is current, correct , complete and relevant to your needs
Be respectful, courteous, impartial and timely in delivering our services
Be easily contactable and ready to respond quickly to requests for information or complaints
Act with integrity, honesty and transparency in all matters
Stay up-to-date with relevant information and government requirements at both a State and Federal level
Actively seek to deliver training and employment opportunities to you
Uphold our obligations under all relevant legislation
National Code of Good Practice for Australian Apprenticeships
This code helps employers and their apprentice or trainee understand what they can expect from each other, and how to promote a safe, harmonious workplace. You can find your relevant obligations below.
Provide a working environment that is safe and free from abuse or workplace hazards
Support training that is structured and documented with relevant authorities
Ensure adequate supervision and support is provided at the worksite
Advise your apprentice/trainee of their rights and responsibilities
Apprentices & Trainees
Understand your work responsibilities and carry out the tasks required to fulfil them
Understand your training responsibilities and carry out the tasks required to fulfil them
Fair Work Ombudsman
Know the law – the National Employment Standards, awards, registered agreements, award free employees, wages, entitlements, contracts, documentation, WH&S
Think about hiring – types of apprenticeships to consider
Complete the paperwork – what needs to be completed, submitted and supplied to who
Start on the right foot – inductions, managing young workers, support
Hiring checklist – a step-by-step list to make sure nothing gets missed
Who to contact – need help? Find the right organisation for the information and support you need.
Your social media activity represents your personal brand and should be treated seriously. Managing your brand starts from the ground up and while you may think your friends and followers are the only people viewing your digital footprint, it’s important to remember that what you post online stays there forever and is accessible by everyone.
In the spirit of reconciliation, Sarina Russo Group acknowledges the Traditional Custodians of Country throughout Australia and their connections to land, sea and community. We pay our respect to their Elders past and present and extend that respect to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples today.