SAT vs. JobKeeper

7 October 2020

It's not too late to claim financial support for your apprentices or trainees.
Learn which is the right subsidy for your business and what financial support may be available to your apprentices and trainees. 

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A valuable discussion with our colleagues at Apprenticeship Support Australia and Australian Business Lawyers & Advisors exploring what financial support is available and how to decide which is the right option for you, your business and your apprentices or trainees. 

This session aims to help you understand: 

  • Changes to Supporting Apprentices and Trainee (SAT) from 1 October to be aware of.
  • SAT vs. JobKeeper - which is the right option for your business?
  • How you can help secure financial support for your apprentices and trainees.
  • The incentives available to businesses that already employ and those considering employing apprentices or trainees.

Darren Cocks

Managing Director | Apprenticeship Support Australia

With over 25 years’ experience in vocational education and training, including apprenticeships/traineeships, Darren is dedicated to promoting skills across Australia. As COO of Human Capital at My Business, Darren directly manages the Apprenticeship Support Australia operation.

Peter Gilchrist

General Manager | Apprenticeship Support Australia

Peter has worked in the education and training sector for over 20 years and is committed to influencing the take-up and completion of vocational education in Australia. His policy and advocacy expertise in the vocational skills area sees him represent the organisation at State and Federal level.

Emily Slaytor

Senior Associate | Australian Business Lawyers & Advisors

Emily specialises in employment law for businesses and individuals.and has acted for employers in a range of industries, including retail, education, real estate, manufacturing, insurance, social welfare organisations, the not-for-profit sector, and many types of medium enterprise businesses.

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