During their apprenticeship, your apprentice will receive off and on the job training. This training will teach your apprentice the knowledge, skills and behaviours set out in the apprenticeship standard so they can achieve occupational competence.
‘On-the-job’ training will be delivered by you, as the employer.
You will need to give your apprentice training and supervision to help them perform the job you have hired them for.
‘Off-the-job’ training can be delivered in the workplace or at the college
Apprentices must spend at least 20% of their working hours completing off-the-job training.
Off the job training can vary depending on the apprenticeship.
Examples of off the job training can include:
- The teaching of theory (for example: lectures, role playing, simulation exercises, online learning or manufacturer training
- Practical training: shadowing, mentoring, industry visits and participation in competitions
- Learning support and time spent writing assessments / assignments
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