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Sydney NSW
Tue, 23rd Mar 2021
5:00 PM
6:00 PM
The Landscape Association


Proudly sponsored by TLA gold sponsor Etienne Lawyers



There has never been a better time to hire an apprentice!

Did you know there are many benefits and incentives now on offer by the Australian Government to hire an apprentice?

  • Eligible employers and GTOs will receive a wage subsidy of up to 50% of the Australian Apprentice’s gross wage paid.
  • The subsidy is available for Australian Apprentices commencing or recommencing between 5 October 2020 and 30 September 2021.
  • The wage subsidy is available for a maximum of $7,000 per quarter, per eligible Australian Apprentice, for wages paid in the 12-month period from the date of commencement or recommencement. Read more


Want to know more about hiring and retaining an apprentice?
Our Ask an Expert Series on Apprentices will unpack all you need to know about hiring apprentices; Government benefits and incentives on offer, resources, where to find the right candidate, how to retain them PLUS an open forum to ask the questions that matter most to you and your business.

This open, but informative discussion, with industry experts, Karolina Kajfes of Apprenticeship Support Australia and Apprentice of the Year employer, David Bambridge from The Gardenmakers, will be your one-stop-shop on all things apprentices. It’s one event not to be missed!


Online we will discuss: 

  1. Being business ready to hire an apprentice. What it really means?
  2. How to attract the right candidates and the importance of the recruitment phase
  3. Assistance with potential government funding and incentives


PLUS, your questions: 
This is your opportunity to ask any questions that you have about apprentices. Please feel free to submit your questions here or you can simply ask them on the day.

Some pre-submitted questions include:

  1. Mature age apprentices, should I consider them in the mix?
  2.  I have heard about group training. What is it and is it an effective means to find apprentices?
  3. What is an apprentice network provider and what services do they provide?
  4. What is the most valuable /useful thing about employing an apprentice?
  5. What qualities should I look for in a prospective apprentice?
  6. Why not just employ casual labour?



Karolina Kajfes, Manager of National Accounts, Apprenticeship Support Australia


David Bambridge, Apprentice of the Year employer and Director at The Gardenmakers


Can’t make the event? Don’t worry it will be recorded and posted to the TLA resources. See all resources here


REMEMBER registration is essential to attend the webinar

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