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Training

Investing in skills and training can increase productivity and innovation, help you attract and retain high quality employees and improve customer satisfaction.

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Employ people

Are you employing people? Although good employees can be your greatest asset, they may also be your greatest cost. Recruiting, keeping and training the right people can play a big role in achieving business success, so it's important to plan ahead when taking on employees.

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Explore your training options

Once you have assessed your training needs, there are many options available to both you and your business for staff training.

Expertise & advice

Fair Work Ombudsman Small business helpline

Are you employing people? The Small business helpline provides workplace advice on managing your employees and meeting your employer obligations.

ACT, NSW, NT, QLD, SA, TAS, VIC, WA
Grants & assistance

Wage Subsidies

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Provides employers who hire eligible job seekers funding of up to $10,000 to hire, train and retain job seekers into sustainable jobs.

Who can apply:

At a minimum, you must:

  • have an Australian Business Number (ABN)
  • employ an eligible job seeker for 20 hours or more per week, averaged over six months
  • not previously have received a subsidy for the same employee.

Other eligibility requirements may apply.

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IT training

You don't need to become an information technology (IT) expert to run an online business – you can choose the level of IT skills you want to learn.

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Taking on an employee checklist

Are you employing people? Use this free checklist to help guide you through the federal and state laws that can apply when you take on an employee.

Grants & assistance

Training Fund Authority ACT

  • Open

Provides workers in the ACT building and construction industry with access to various levels of funding to help develop skills, improve culture, access training and support new workers entering the industry.

Who can apply:

At a minimum, you must:

  • be employing someone who:
    • is substantially carrying out work described in the Schedule of Work in the ACT, and
    • has undertaken training that meets all the requirements outlined in approved RTOs/courses.

Other eligibility requirements may apply.

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Employ people from overseas

Your business can benefit from employing people from overseas if you need skills that are in short supply, or if you want to discover new ideas and technologies.

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Employ young workers

Young workers can be vulnerable in the workplace because they often don't have as much work experience as older workers.