The national training wage program: information sheet

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Australia. Department of Employment, Education and Training (DEET)

Abstract:

The National Training Wage (NTW) program was an employment program introduced in 1994 to place job seekers, in particular the long term unemployed and school leavers, in that offers approved training. This information sheet aims to give an overview of the National Training Wage Program and presents: an explanation of what the program is; eligibility; wage rates; available training packages; subsidies; and tables showing both training wages and subsidies.

Subjects: Apprenticeship; Traineeship; Income; Policy; Employment; Teaching and learning

Keywords: Minimum wage; Government policy; Labour relations; Employers; Training

Geographic subjects: Oceania; Australia

Published: [Canberra, Australian Capital Territory]: [Department of Employment, Education and Training], 1994

Physical description: [2] leaves

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Statement of responsibility: [Department of Employment, Education and Training]

Resource type: Guide

Call number: TD/TNC 62.1177

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