For employers – Adelaide Institute of Hospitality
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What is a school-based apprenticeship?

A school-based apprenticeship allows students to learn first-hand skills in the industry workplace while receiving structured training at a Registered Training Organisations (RTOs) such as AIOH.

With this program, AIOH can consider the requirements of the industry’s employers, and train future hospitality workers accordingly.

Employers can take in students as an apprentice to meet the requirements of business staffing and workforce needs.

Benefits for the Employer

  • Apprentices are flexible with employment hours as the course is designed to meet business needs of the employer
  • Employers may be eligible for financial incentives from both the Australian and South Australian Government
  • Apprentices can help employers to address skill shortages and create a supply of trained employees to meet their needs
  • Apprentices can gain a deeper understanding of your business to create a professional relationship that can continue when they finish
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Hours of Employment

Apprentices are required to work a minimum of 7.5 hours per week.

The number of employment hours a week is specific to each student and their commitments. The RTO, employer and student must come to an agreed number of hours.

Hours of Training

Training delivered by AIOH can be delivered a few hours every week, or less often in blocks. We offer two options.

Option One
Monday Day Release

We offer a ‘day release’ option, where students will receive structured training every Monday from 8.30 am to 4.30 pm.

Option Two
Block Release Training

This option allows the students to receive training for four to five days every couple of months from 8.30 am to 4.30 pm.

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