HunterNet Group Training Company
Phone: (02) 4908 7383
Apprenticeship and Traineeship Applications
HunterNet Group Training Company welcomes applications for candidates in a number of Engineering disciplines for our 2011/2012 intake.
To apply, please download an application form (see Downloads section below).
Training for our Future
The future of manufacturing and engineering in the Hunter depends on the skills of its workforce. Our companies need not only to be highly skilled, they must be committed to developing and enhancing these skills if they are to continue to compete in today's fast-paced and volatile business world.
The HunterNet Group Training Company (HNGTC) was established by HunterNet members to support companies who lack the resources to provide structured "on-the-job" training programs. Our unique program consolidates on- and off-the-job learning and has revolutionised the face of apprentice training in the Hunter.
We engage apprentices and trainees on behalf of employers throughout the Hunter, with the aim of achieving high quality outcomes through a partnership approach. HNGTC plays a facilitative role in ensuring that training is tailored to satisfy the needs of employers as well as apprentices and trainees.
HNGTC has a strong focus on pastoral care, effective management and development of apprentices and trainees. This has resulted in increased retention rates, which consequently reduces turnover rates for Host employers.
For further information please contact:
Phone: 02 4908 7383
31 Mar 2014
“HunterNet keeps Hunter Defence manufacturers and suppliers immediately in touch with opportunities in this complex industry area. HunterNet introduces Hunter industry to the strategic people in Defence, both nationally and internationally”.
31 Mar 2014
“Members need to be more innovative, smarter about the way they work, more careful managing risk. HunterNet can help with all of these things".
31 Mar 2014
“It’s all about passion: attending the meetings and forums, participating, contributing.
What you put in is what you get out. It’s not a matter of ‘I’ve paid my money to join, now give me the information and the leads.’ We all walk through each other’s workshops and we don’t hide things like we used to. We see an opportunity and we think about how others can be part of that and work together with us.” Pat Smyth, Chair Infrastructure Forum