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The Educational Pathways Program is an innovative program designed to improve education and career outcomes for young people by introducing NSW public high school students to a range of vocational training and employment pathways.
The Educational Pathways Program complements existing careers education activities through the provision of additional resources, including two key roles; Head Teachers Careers and SBAT Engagement Officers, who work closely with schools to:
An employer may be involved in a variety of different ways, including:
Employers are not required to pay students for work experience. All school based apprentices and trainees must be paid under the related award that is applicable for the vocation according to Fair Work Australia.
The below taxes are involved:
Employers should contact an Australian Apprenticeship Support Network provider who will assess their eligibility for incentives.
Employers can contact Training Services NSW to find out more or find out about how they can participate in the program.
Call 13 28 11