Australian Apprenticeship Support Network (AASN)
Our Australian Apprenticeship Support Network (AASN) services are available across NSW.
We provide everything businesses need to recruit, train and retain apprentices to help skill their workforce through Australian apprenticeships.
With more than 500 occupations across all industries, either full-time, part-time or school based, our team can help match job seekers to the right career pathway.
- Free on site consultations to identify business needs
- Targeted job matching to connect apprentices and employers
- Advice about different courses and training delivery options
- Personalised mentoring and support to apprentices
- Guidance to businesses taking on trainees and apprentices
- Administration management of apprentices, trainees, employer incentives, and Trade Support Loans
AASN replaces the former Australian Apprenticeships Centre (AAC) contracts and offers services designed to give employers greater support to find, train and retain their apprentices and trainees.
Previously HVTC host employers had their apprenticeship contractual arrangements managed with a third party AAC provider. In association with VERTO, HVTC is now delivering those services directly to all our clients and any business requiring services from an AASN provider.
The collaboration with VERTO allows HVTC to be one of only four providers selected to deliver these services across the state.
Please visit the Department of Education and Training website for further information plus employer and apprentice fact sheets.
HVTC provide AASN services on behalf of VERTO Ltd.
VERTO Ltd is a service provider contracted by the Australian Government as represented by the Department of Education and Training to provide support services to prospective and current employers and Australian Apprentices. VERTO is one of a number of Network Providers in NSW. This website does not represent the Australian Government. If you wish to access information about Australian Apprenticeships from the Australian Government, You should access the website www.australianapprenticeships.gov.au
Australian Apprenticeship Network Code of Conduct