Government unveils $390m subsidy for employers training apprentices

Submitted by socpro on Thu, 08/20/2020 - 17:03
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A new government subsidy will pay employers up to $16,000 for each new apprentice they train from August. The $390 million Apprenticeship Boost would pay businesses $1000-a-month for each apprentice in their first year of training, and $500-a-month for apprentices in their second year. The scheme would run for 20 months from August this year until April 2020, and about 18,000 employers would be eligible to apply.

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