ATEC's mission is to actively contribute to the growth of employment and development of skills within the community by providing quality training, apprenticeships and recruitment services.
Refer to our values Value and Culture Policy
ATEC is a not-for-profit organisation which provides skills training, apprenticeship and recruitment services for school students, school leavers, apprentices, jobseekers, business and existing workers.
Our expertise covers the training of apprentices and specialised training for industry, school students, school leavers and the unemployed. Our training covers a broad range of qualifications and courses across mechanical, fabrication, engineering production, general construction, electrical and community services areas.
ATEC has two industry focused skills training centres located strategically in the North Western and Southern metropolitan areas.
Our Group Training (apprentice hire) division services the whole metropolitan area.
Community Services training is available to students and employers at our Community Services Training Centres at Port Adelaide and Lonsdale.
ATEC Board Members
John Gresty - Chair
Quality Certified Organisation
ATEC - Adelaide Training & Employment Centre Inc. is certified to the International Standards Organisation's 9001 Quality Management Systems series through SAI Global Limited. A certification program implemented since 2005 demonstrates our commitment to quality and continuous improvement of our services. This framework focuses our efforts on improving the degree to which ATEC services meet our customer requirements; on improving the
effectiveness of our processes; and improving the perceptions of our customers as to how well their needs and requirements have been met.
Adelaide Training & Employment Centre Inc. is committed to providing a complete range of flexible vocational education, training, recruitment and apprenticeship services to all our clients through excellence in professional service delivery.
Workplace Gender Equality
The Workplace Gender Equality Act 2012 (Act) replaced the Equal Opportunity for Women in the Workplace Act 1999. The new, strengthened legislation aims to improve and promote equality for both women and men in the workplace.
The principle objects of the Act are to:
- promote and improve gender equality (including equal remuneration between women and men) in employment and in the workplace
- support employers to remove barriers to the full and equal participation of women in the workforce, in recognition of the disadvantaged position of women in relation to employment matters
- promote, amongst employers, the elimination of discrimination on the basis of gender in relation to employment matters (including in relation to family and caring responsibilities)
- foster workplace consultation between employers and employees on issues concerning gender equality in employment and in the workplace
- improve the productivity and competitiveness of Australian business through the advancement of gender equality in employment and in the workplace.
Reflecting the 2012 legislation, the agency charged with overseeing the Act ( formerly the Equal Opportunity for Women in the Workplace Agency) has been renamed the Workplace Gender Equality Agency.
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