WPC GROUP TERMS & CONDITIONS
- WPC Group Ltd is the operator and owner of this site.
- Users of this website (Users) agree to be bound by these terms and conditions, which are subject to change at the sole discretion of WPC Group. Your use of and access to this site indicate your acceptance of these terms and conditions.
- All intellectual property in relation to material included on this site belongs to WPC Group or its licensors or advertisers, and Users obtain no interest in that property. All material on this site is protected by Australian and international copyright and other intellectual property laws. Users may not do anything which interferes with or breaches those laws or the intellectual property rights in the material.
- This site may include third party content which is subject to that third party’s terms and conditions of use.
- This site may include links to third party sites which are not related to WPC Group and in relation to which WPC Group has no control or interest. The appearance of those links on this site does not indicate any relationship between WPC Group and that third party or any endorsement by WPC Group of that third party, its site or the products or services which it is advertising on this site.
- WPC Group will have no responsibility or liability in relation to any loss or damage which you incur, including damage to your software or hardware, arising from your use of or access to this site.
- Users will not use this site for any purpose or in any way which is unlawful.
4 Weeks Free Offer
Standard Terms and Conditions – 4 weeks skills rebate offer
• This offer is subject to your company meeting standard WPC Group terms and conditions (available on request).
• Eligible for first Year Apprenticeships and all Traineeships created between 29 September 2017 and 31 January 2018.
• The host employer must employ the Apprentice/Trainee for a continuous six month period to be eligible for the first instalment, and 12 months for the second instalment.
• The eligible employer must have made full payment of all invoices due to WPC Group within the WPC Group Training terms as stipulated in our Employer Partner Agreement to be eligible for the full rebate.
• The ‘4 weeks skills rebate offer’ is the averaged equivalent 4 weeks wages (20 days). This amount is $1,520.
• The ‘4 weeks skills rebate offer’ is payable in two equal instalments: First payment – Once the Apprentice/Trainee has reached the 6 month mark in their employment; and, Second payment – Once the Apprentice/Trainee has reached the 12 month mark in their employment.
• The rebate will be credited to the Employer Partner’s account by way of credit.
• The ‘4 weeks skills rebate offer’ is not redeemable for cash, exchangeable or transferable.
• Liability for any GST in relation to the ‘4 weeks skills rebate offer’ is the sole responsibility of the eligible Employer Partner.
Standard Terms and Conditions – Refer a Friend Offer
· This initiative is only valid for referrals provided to WPC Group Ltd between 1 November, 2017 and 22 December, 2017.
· The ‘refer a friend’ initiative/offer is not redeemable for cash, exchangeable or transferable.
· WPC Group Ltd reserves the right to limit the $200.00 gift voucher to Coles Myer, Woolworths and JB HI-FI.
· WPC Group Ltd is not liable for any damages, loss or injury relating to what is purchased with the gift voucher
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Standard Terms and Conditions – Refer a Friend to a Skilling Australia Foundation Program Offer
- This offer is only available to people who have successfully completed a Skilling Australia Foundation Program
- This initiative is only valid for new referrals provided to WPC Group Ltd that result in an enrolment in a Skilling Australia Foundation Program that is being held between January 2018 and May 2018.
- The ‘refer a friend’ initiative/offer is not redeemable for cash, exchangeable or transferable.
- WPC Group Ltd reserves the right to limit the $50.00 gift voucher to Coles Myer, Woolworths and JB HI-FI.
- WPC Group Ltd is not liable for any damages, loss or injury relating to what is purchased with the gift voucher
- Successful completion of a Skilling Australia Foundation Program is defined as: attending the program every day and completing the 5 days’ of work experience and does not include Boot Camp participants
- Successful placement with WPC Group Ltd is defined as your referral being placed into employment with WPC Group Ltd
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WPC Group’s Code of Conduct
This policy applies to all employees, managers, officers, contractors and directors within the Group. For the purpose of this policy “the Group” includes: the Skilling Australia Foundation, the Institute for Workplace Skills and Innovation Ltd, IWSI Operations Ltd and its subsidiaries.
The Code of Conduct represents the minimum standards to be applied in order for the Group to maintain ethical standards in their dealings with all stakeholders while remaining responsive to the industrial development of the community.
The Group is committed to:
• Maximising the potential for the employment, training and personal development of staff, apprentices, trainees and others as may be involved with the company from time to time.
• The development of uniform and equitable policy objectives, adequate resources and full co-operation between Governments, Employer Partners and those seeking skilled training within Australian Industry.
• The principals and practices of the Equal Opportunity Act 2010.
• The principals and practices of the Occupational Health & Safety Act 2004.
• The Child Safety and Wellbeing Act 2005.
The Group will:
• Establish an environment of mutual respect and co-operation between government, industry, the community and other group training companies in the pursuit of these objectives.
• Observe the conduct of management practices contained in the code.
• Ensure an even and efficient flow of communication between Chief Executive Officer, Directors and those with a legitimate interest in the operation of the Company.
• Foster the development and co-operation of all group training companies displaying leadership and determination in the implementation of policy.
• Actively work to listen to and empower children.
• Ensure systems are in place to protect children from abuse, and will take all allegations and concerns very seriously and responds to them consistently in line with the organisation’s policies and procedures.
• Be committed to promoting cultural safety for Aboriginal children, cultural safety for children from culturally and/or linguistically diverse backgrounds, and to providing a safe environment for children with a disability.