Why partner with PEER?
- 30 year contribution to skill development
- Trained over 45,000 people
- Trained over 3,000 apprentices
- 90% completion rate
- 95% of apprentices employed on completion
- Partnerships with over 250 host organisations
You can get up to $10,000!
Through hosting a new Apprentice with the Job Accelerator Grant
Host Employer Agreement
To obtain a copy of the Host Employer Agreement call 8348 1200.
We manage the entire recruitment and selection process
- Medical Examination (Prior to Offer of Employment)
Payment of Accounts
- Payment terms of the account are within 7 days of receipt of such invoices/statement via a Direct Debit System
Work Health and Safety (WHS)
At PEER safety of our Apprentices and Trainees comes first, we want to make sure you all go home safe everyday. As a result we do the following:
- Dedicated WHS Advisors and Talent Coaches who are focused on your safety
- A team of safety specialists working closely with and supporting Host Employers in order to achieve a higher level of safety within the industry
- Consultation and communications with all parties to create a safer work environment for everyone
- Industry leading safety and induction training starting from Day 1 and throughout each of our apprentice’s / trainee’s career
- Supervised, on-the-job training in safe work practices with industry respected Host Employers
What we ask of you:
PEER ask you all to actively participate in all aspects of Work Health & Safety. We ask you to take a proactive view because at the end of the day, it’s about looking after yourself and those around you.
There are a number of key issues when working on site here are some tips to help you stay safe:
- Wear all appropriate PPE gear for each task (WHS-012): eye protection, foot protection, hand protection
- Ensure you’re lifting, pushing, pulling correctly
- Use the correct tools and equipment for the appropriate task
- Stay hydrated. Drink plenty of water
- Eye injuries
- Sprains and strains
- Heat and cold related injuries i.e. dehydration, freezer burns
Note: Employers may be eligible for a subsidy through the Construction Industry Training Board (CITB).