Our point of difference
National Corporate Training is commited to providing a professional traineeship experience that is also flexible enough to meet the needs of the employer. We achieve this through extensive consultation with the various stakeholders in your organisation from the trainees to the supervisors through to the decision-makers, ensuring that your range of needs are met throughout the traineeship.
- Staff are better trained and often more versatile
- Staff receive nationally-accredited qualifications
- Improved retention rates amongst employees
- Employers involved in traineeships are eligible to receive government incentive payments
- No payroll tax on any employee on a traineeship
- Flexible working arrangements around venue operations
- All trainees through their course of study are motivated to achieve and performances monitored to ensure organisational efficiency and continual development to a long and prosperous career in their chosen industry
- All trainees while training at venues are covered under NCT insurance provider
- Traineeships are designed to be flexible - a trainee can be a student or school-leaver, a person entering the workforce or an existing worker and can be either full-time or part-time
- You can negotiate the off-the-job training components around timing, location, and the nature of the training to meet your business needs
- Mature aged and adult workers reentering the workforce or making a career change are also eligible for a traineeship
A Qualification and Statement of Attainment will be issued upon successful completion of the traineeship in the following areas:
- SIT20207 Certificate II in Hospitality (Accommodation)
- SIT20207 Certificate II in Hospitality (Asset Maintenance)
- SIT20207 Certificate II in Hospitality (Bar Operations)
- SIT20207 Certificate II in Hospitality (Food & Beverage Operations)
- SIT20307 Certificate II in Hospitality (Kitchen Operations)
Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL)
Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) is the process of formally recognising a persons’s skills and knowledge. Workers who feel they can demonstrate the skills and knowledge required for the qualification can apply for Recognition of Prior Learning. Please contact National Corporate Training for further information about the RPL process.
Further pathways after this qualificafication
Incentives can help you in employing a trainee. Employers hiring trainees are eligible to receive government incentive payments. Incentive payments are made when the trainee commences and completes their training. The standard employer incentives are summarised below:
Standard commencement of Australian Apprentices incentive for:
• Certificate II level training
Special commencement of Australian Apprentices incentive for:
• Mature-Aged Worker (disadvantaged person aged 45 years or more) Australian Apprenticeships in Certificate II
Additional commencement incentives for:
• endorsed Australian School-based Apprenticeships at Certificate II to IV level or Diploma and Advanced Diploma qualifications
• Certificate II level Australian Apprentices may be eligible for Declared Drought Area additional commencement incentive where an employer has an Exceptional Circumstances Certificate (declared drought areas)
Recommencement and retention incentive
Retention incentive for:
• continued employment of Australian School-based Apprentices at Certificate II to IV level or Diploma or Advanced DIploma qualifications after students have completed Year 12 and have moved from school to the workforce
|From 1 July 2009, the completion incentive is paid only to the employer with whom the Australian Apprentice is employed at the time of completion||$2500|
Special completion of:
• eligible Certificate II level Australian Apprenticeships that attracted a Declared Drought Area additional commencement incentive
• Certificate II to IV level and Diploma and Advanced Diploma qualifications Australian Apprenticeships that attracted a Mature-Aged Worker special commencement incentive
Customer Service Charter
National Corporate Training will ensure that:
- Only qualified and highly experienced hospitality professionals will conduct the traineeship.
- At the start of the traineeship, the formal training plan will be negotiated with the employer, ensuring that their specific business needs are met.
- Employers are encouraged to negotiate all aspects of the training and assessment components of the traineeship.
- Prompt and professional follow up on any issues raised by the trainee, workplace supervisor or management.
- A high level of pastoral care by the workplace trainer/assessor, ensuring that the trainees’ needs and rights are respected at all times.
- Only industry-leading learning resources from FUTURA Training will be used.
- The learning and assessment process will be continually improved to ensure that we keep abreast of technological changes that streamline the traineeship process for the employer.
Learning and Assessment
The learning resources supplied with these traineeships are high-quality resources from FUTURA Training.
Trainees are required to undergo practical and theory assessments against nationally accredited units of competency to be awarded the qualification. National Corporate Training Pty Ltd prides itself in conducting workplace assessments that are flexible and meet the needs of the client. This is achieved by negotiating the assessment process with the employer to ensure that the time a trainee spends off the job is kept to the bare minimum. This ensures that the traineeship has minimal effect on the productivity of your workforce. A typical workplace assessment will involve the following:
Keeping the trainee on the job during assessment as much as possible
Utilising flexible assessment methods such as verbal assessments instead of written assessments to further reduce time spent off the job
Incorporating the typical workplace tasks the trainee performs as part of their normal job role into the workplace assessment which helps speed up the assessment process
Using workplace documents the trainee normally completes as part of their job role for evidence
An Assessor from National Corporate Training will support both the trainees as well as the workplace supervisor by making 6 (six) visits in total to the workplace. These visits typically entail the following:
- Signing up the trainee and providing information to the supervisor
- Providing the trainee with their learning materials
- Conducting one-on-one or small group training with the trainee/trainees
- Conducting on-the-job workplace assessments with the trainee
- Providing opportunities for reassessment of the trainee
- Finalising the traineeship
As well as six scheduled visits, the assessor will conduct monthly communications with the trainee and supervisor to ensure any concerns they have are being addressed.
Phone (08) 9249 4008