Training Contract definition

Training Contract means a contract, entered into and registered by SAICA, whereby a Trainee Accountant is duly bound to serve at a training office for a specified period and is entitled to receive experience in the prescribed competencies and which meets the requirements for a learnership agreement in terms of the Skills Development Act, 1998; and
Training Contract means an agreement made subject to the Vocational Education, Training and Employment Act 2000 between an employer and the Trainee for a Traineeship and which is registered with Skills Queensland or under the provisions of the appropriate State or Territory legislation. A Training Contract shall be made in accordance with the relevant approved Traineeship Scheme and shall not operate unless this condition is met.

Examples of Training Contract in a sentence

  • Completion will be available earlier than the specified duration in the Training Contract if all competencies have been attained, and an extension to the maximum duration can be mutually agreed if all required competencies have not been attained.

  • A Training Contract must be signed within 14 days of the Apprentice or Trainee being employed.

  • Employers are required to arrange for their Apprentices/Trainees to be enrolled with a registered training organisation and for a Training Plan to be signed within three months of the date of commencement of the Apprentice/Trainee’s Training Contract (or within two months for school-based arrangements in accordance with the Approved Training Scheme).

  • The Training Provider must update the Training Plan according to any changes mutually agreed with the parties to the Training Contract throughout the Training Services.

  • If the Training Provider delivers training to Apprentices or Trainees under a Training Contract, the Training Provider must adhere to all legislative requirements under the Act and the Guidelines about Apprenticeship/Traineeship Training Delivery.


More Definitions of Training Contract

Training Contract means a training contract entered into between an apprentice and an employer in accordance with the requirements of the Act.
Training Contract means - a contract entered into for the purposes of establishing a Traineeship under the Apprenticeship and Traineeship Act 2001 (NSW).
Training Contract means the same as specified in the Training and Employment Act 2000, as amended from time to time and shall also include any indentures for apprentices previously employed in Federal Apprenticeships previously administered by the Australian Industrial Registrar.
Training Contract means a contract made subject to the terms of this award between a department head and the trainee for a traineeship which is registered with the State Training Authority, under the provisions of the Apprenticeship and Traineeship Act 2001. A training contract is made in accordance with the relevant Vocational Training Order and does not operate unless this condition is met.
Training Contract means a written contract, complying with the SRA Training Regulations, between one or more training establishment and a trainee solicitor, setting out the terms and conditions of the workplace training that the trainee solicitor will receive. training establishment means an organisation, body, firm, company, in-house practice or individual authorised by us under the SRA Training Regulations Part 2 – Trainer Provider Regulations to take and train a trainee solicitor.
Training Contract means a contract entered into for the purpose of establishing a Traineeship under the Appropriate State Legislation and is registered with the State Training Authority.
Training Contract means a written training contract entered into in the prescribed form and registered with the Regulatory Board whereby a prospective registered auditor is duly bound to serve a registered auditor for a specified period and is entitled to receive training in the practice and profession of a registered auditor.