Earn while you learn
Considering a career in the social care sector? Working with children, people with a disability or caring for the elderly is an essential service industry requiring people who are skilled, qualified, experienced and always willing to learn and grow.
Hessel GTO allows you to gain accredited qualifications and work in the industry as a trainee gaining invaluable experience and insight and being paid as you learn.
How will your recruiting process work?
From the first enquiry with Hessel GTO, you will be assigned a Field Officer who will assist you at every step. Your Field Officer will match you to a suitable organisation for your learn-on-the-job traineeship. Together you will establish a study plan and suitable working hours. You will also have access to a range of tools to help you through the traineeship and beyond.
Your Field Officer will be on hand to help with any advice or create some strategies to navigate any of lifes’ hurdles that may arise throughout your traineeship.
Hessel Group is committed to building a workplace culture that values diversity and inclusion. We highly encourage applications from people who identify as a part of the Australian Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander community.
Your Training Contract
Hessel GTO and the trainee must agree to a training contract and training plan before training can start. If the trainee is under 18, their parent or guardian must also agree. A training contract is a legally binding document that is agreed between Hessel GTO and the trainee.
It must be signed by a parent or legal guardian if the apprentice or trainee is under 18. It covers:
- the length of the training period or traineeship
- details of the registered training organisation (RTO) delivering the training
- the qualification to be obtained
- employment arrangements and industrial award
The training contract must be lodged with an Apprenticeship Network Provider (ANP).
Your Training Plan
A training plan is part of the training arrangement and is negotiated and developed between Hessel GTO, the trainee and the RTO. The training contract cannot be approved until the training plan has been submitted to the Department for Innovation and Skills, South Australian Government.
The training plan provides:
- the core and elective units the trainee will do as part of their qualification
- the training provider who will be delivering the training
- where and when the training will occur
Your Accredited Training and Qualifications
You can undergo your training with an accredited Registered Training Organisation (RTO) of your choice or your host employer’s recommendation.
Hessel GTO traineeships support the below accredited courses:
- CHC30113 – Certificate III in Early Childhood Education & Care
- CHC50113 – Diploma of Early Childhood Education and Care
- CHC33015 – Certificate III in Individual Support
- CHC43115 – Certificate IV in Disability
Speak with your Field Officer today about your training options.