Group Training Organisations (GTOs) employ apprentices and trainees and work with host employers to take them on.
GTOs help businesses take on apprentices and trainees
GTOs employ apprentices and trainees and place them with host businesses who provide work and on-job training.
GTOs take care of employer responsibilities such as recruitment, managing apprentice wages, superannuation and leave. The GTO supports apprentices and host employers throughout the apprenticeship.
GTOs can receive Government funding
As a registered GTO in South Australia, you can apply for Government funding, and promote yourself as a recognised quality organisation using the National Group Training Organisation logo.
How to become a GTO
You need to be registered as an employer of apprentices and trainees in South Australia, have a permanent physical presence here, and show you comply with the National Standards for Group Training Organisations.
- Read the National Standards for GTOs Registration Guide South Australia (Word)
- Submit a GTO Application
- We will organise a meeting with you to explain registration requirements, funding opportunities and next steps
- Submit the National Standards for GTOs Compliance Report Audit Template (Word)
- Participate in our compliance audit. We review your self-assessment against the National Standards for GTOs through a desktop audit, site visit, and interviews with apprentices, trainees and host employers.
Apply to become a GTO
To apply for Group Training Registration in South Australia, see Apply to become a GTO
Help and advice to become a GTO
For further information or help to start your application, call the Infoline on 1800 673 097 or email DIS.GroupTraining@sa.gov.au to make an appointment.