These guidelines cover the supervision of trainees and apprentices in the building and construction industries during them on the job training.
The guidelines reflect the intent and meaning of 'supervision' as defined in the Construction Occupations (Licensing) Act 2004 and to assist the building and construction industry in complying with legislative requirements. An apprentice or trainee must be supervised by a suitably qualified person who is a permanent employee of the same employer and who works predominantly the same hours as the apprentice or trainee. For trainees, a suitably qualified supervisor can be the employer or a staff member who already has the skills and knowledge that the trainee is learning, which may have been gained through a variety of pathways, including on-the-job experience. For apprentices, a suitably qualified supervisor can be the employer or a staff member who has an equivalent or higher level qualification in the same field or trade to the one being undertaken by the apprentice.
- Primary duty of care 00:10:00
- Levels of supervision 01:00:00
- Gas installations 01:30:00
- Electrical installations 02:00:00
- Restricted electrical permit holders 00:10:00
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