PR718827 - Variation - 26 Jun 2020

MA000010  PR718827
FAIR WORK COMMISSION

DETERMINATION


Fair Work Act 2009

s.285—Annual wage review

Annual Wage Review 2019–20
(C2020/1)

MANUFACTURING AND ASSOCIATED INDUSTRIES AND OCCUPATIONS AWARD 2020
[MA000010]

Manufacturing and associated industries

JUSTICE ROSS,PRESIDENT
VICE PRESIDENT CATANZARITI
DEPUTY PRESIDENT ASBURY
COMMISSIONER HAMPTON
MR FERGUSON
PROFESSOR WOODEN
MS LABINE-ROMAIN

MELBOURNE,26 JUNE 2020

Annual Wage Review 2019–20.

A. Further to the decision issued by the majority of the Expert Panel in the Annual Wage Review 2019–20 on 19 June 2020 [[2020] FWCFB 3500],the above award is varied as follows:

1. By deleting the table appearing in clause 20.1(a) and inserting the following:

Classification level

Minimum weekly rate
(full-time employee)

Minimum hourly rate

 

$

$

C14 / V1

753.80

19.84

C13 / V2

775.40

20.41

C12 / V3

805.10

21.19

C11 / V4

832.80

21.92

C10 / V5

877.60

23.09

C9 / V6

905.10

23.82

C8 / V7

932.60

24.54

C7

957.60

25.20

V8

960.10

25.27

C6 / V9

1006.10

26.48

C5 / V10

1026.70

27.02

C4 / V11

1054.20

27.74

C3 / V12

1109.50

29.20

C2(a) / V13

1137.20

29.93

C2(b) / V14

1186.80

31.23

Driver classifications

  

D1

844.00

22.21

D2

854.30

22.48

D3

864.50

22.75

D4

876.70

23.07

2. By deleting the table appearing in clause 21.1 and inserting the following:

Relevant attribute of the person at the time of entering into a training agreement
as an apprentice

Stage of apprenticeship

Column 1

Column 2

Column 3

Column 4

Completed
Year 10 or less

Completed
Year 11

Completed
Year 12

Adult
(i.e. 21 years of age or over)

 

Minimum weekly rate

Minimum hourly rate

Minimum weekly rate

Minimum hourly rate

Minimum weekly rate

Minimum hourly rate

Minimum weekly rate

Minimum hourly rate

 

$

$

$

$

$

$

$

$

Stage 1

368.59

9.70

423.68

11.15

444.20

11.69

665.10

17.50

Stage 2

482.68

12.70

482.68

12.70

517.00

13.61

753.80

19.84

Stage 3

658.20

17.32

658.20

17.32

658.20

17.32

775.40

20.41

Stage 4

772.29

20.32

772.29

20.32

805.10

21.19

805.10

21.19

3. By deleting the table appearing in clause 21.6 and inserting the following:

 

Column 1

Column 2

Column 3

Stage of appren-ticeship

Has not completed Year 12

Has completed Year 12

Adult apprentice

 

% of C10/ V5

Min weekly rate

Hourly rate

% of C10/V5 or classi-fication

Min weekly rate

Hourly rate

% of C10/V5 or classi-fication

Min weekly rate

Hourly rate

1

50

438.80

11.55

55

482.68

12.70

80

702.08

18.48

2

60

526.56

13.86

65

570.44

15.01

C14/V1

753.80

19.84

3

75

658.20

17.32

75

658.20

17.32

C13/V2

775.40

20.41

4

88

772.29

20.32

C12/V3

805.10

21.19

C12/V3

805.10

21.19

4. By deleting the table appearing in clause 24.1(b)(i) and inserting the following:

School leaver

% of C10/V5 level

Completed Year 10 or less

% of C10/V5 level

Completed Year 11

% of C10/V5 level

Completed Year 12

  

Minimum weekly rate

 

Minimum weekly rate

 

Minimum weekly rate

  

$

 

$

 

$

Plus 1 year

54.5

478.29

63.1

553.77

73.5

645.04

Plus 2 years

63.1

553.77

73.5

645.04

85.3

748.59

Plus 3 years

73.5

645.04

85.3

748.59

100

877.60

Plus 4 years

85.3

748.59

100

877.60

  

Plus 5 years

100

877.60

    

5. By deleting the table appearing in clause 24.1(b)(ii) and inserting the following:

School leaver

% of C11/V4 level

Completed Year 10 or less

% of C11/V4 level

Completed Year 11

% of C11/V4 level

Completed Year 12

 

 

Minimum weekly rate

 

Minimum weekly rate

 

Minimum weekly rate

  

$

 

$

 

$

Plus 1 year

57.9

482.19

64.8

539.65

74.5

620.44

Plus 2 years

64.8

539.65

74.5

620.44

87.2

726.20

Plus 3 years

74.5

620.44

87.2

726.20

100

832.80

Plus 4 years

87.2

726.20

100

832.80

  

Plus 5 years

100

832.80

    

6. By deleting the table appearing in clause 24.1(b)(iii) and inserting the following:

School leaver

% of C12/V3 level

Completed Year 10 or less

% of C12/V3level

Completed Year 11

% of C12/V3 level

Completed Year 12

 

 

Minimum weekly rate

 

Minimum weekly rate

 

Minimum weekly rate

  

$

 

$

 

$

Plus 1 year

60.3

485.48

63.5

511.24

71.7

577.26

Plus 2 years

63.5

511.24

71.7

577.26

80.2

645.69

Plus 3 years

71.7

577.26

80.2

645.69

100

805.10

Plus 4 years

80.2

645.69

100

805.10

  

Plus 5 years

100

805.10

    

7. By deleting the table appearing in clause 30.2(a)(i) and inserting the following:

In charge of

$ per week

3–10 employees

38.40

11–20 employees

57.36

More than 20 employees

73.01

8. By deleting the table appearing in clause 30.2(b)(i) and inserting the following:

 

$ per week

Tradespersons

17.43

All other employees

14.11

9. By deleting the amount “$44.61”appearing in clause 30.2(e)(i) and inserting “$45.37”.

10. By deleting the amounts “$9.10”and “$11.96”appearing in clause 30.2(g)(i) and inserting “$9.26”and “$12.17”respectively.

11. By deleting the table appearing in clause 30.2(g)(ii) and inserting the following:

Duty

$ per day

General duties

1.66

Acid production and related activities

2.66

Fertilizer production and despatch

2.84

12. By deleting the amount “$17.16”appearing in clause 30.3(b) and inserting “$17.46”.

13. By deleting the table appearing in clause 30.3(g) and inserting the following:

Duty

$ per week

Attending to refrigeration compressors

36.87

Attending to an electric generator or dynamo exceeding 10 kW capacity

36.87

Being in charge of plant

36.87

Attending to a switchboard where the generating capacity is 350 kW or over

11.50

14. By deleting the amount “$33.60”appearing in clause 30.3(h) and inserting “$34.17”.

15. By deleting the amount “$1.93”appearing in clause 30.3(i)(i) and inserting “$1.96”.

16. By deleting the amount “$13.69”appearing in clause 30.3(i)(ii) and inserting “$13.92”.

17. By deleting the amount “$0.64”appearing in clause 30.4(c)(i) and inserting “$0.65”.

18. By deleting the amounts “$0.66”and “$0.86”appearing in clause 30.4(d)(i) and inserting “$0.67”and “$0.88”respectively.

19. By deleting the amount “$0.66”appearing in clause 30.4(e)(i) and inserting “$0.67”.

20. By deleting the amount “$0.86”appearing in clause 30.4(f) and inserting “$0.88”.

21. By deleting the amount “$0.66”appearing in clause 30.4(g)(i) and inserting “$0.67”.

22. By deleting the amount “$0.86”appearing in clause 30.4(g)(ii) and inserting “$0.88”.

23. By deleting the amount “$0.66”appearing in clause 30.4(i) and inserting “$0.67”.

24. By deleting the amount “$0.45”appearing in clause 30.4(j) and inserting “$0.46”.

25. By deleting the amount “$0.86”appearing in clause 30.4(k)(i) and inserting “$0.88”.

26. By deleting the amount “$1.68”appearing in clause 30.4(m)(ii) and inserting “$1.71”.

27. By deleting the amount “$1.70”appearing in clause 30.4(o) and inserting “$1.73”.

28. By deleting the amount “$0.50”appearing in clause 30.4(q)(i) and inserting “$0.51”.

29. By deleting the amount “$1.09”appearing in clause 30.4(t)(i) and inserting “$1.11”.

30. By deleting the amount “$0.34”appearing in clause 30.4(u) and inserting “$0.35”.

31. By deleting the amount “$1.86”appearing in clause 30.4(w)(ii) and inserting “$1.89”.

32. By deleting the table appearing in clause 30.4(y) and inserting the following:

Nature of work

$ per week

Rock phosphate,superphosphate and mixed manure sections receiving ex ship or railway truck

7.76

Handling rock phosphate to crushers and all other employees in the rock phosphate section

7.34

Mixing superphosphate

7.34

Excavating bins,and the manufacture or excavating of superphosphate until such time as it is dumped on the heap for curing

4.78

The handling of superphosphate from the heap until loading in wagons or trucks for despatch,including the manufacture and despatch of mixed fertilizers

2.91

33. By deleting the table appearing in clause 30.4(z) and inserting the following:

Function

$ per day

Sorting,branding,bagging,dumping,sewing or trucking,fertilizing materials in farmers’own bags

0.58

Loading double-handling into railway or other trucks,fertilizing materials in farmers’own bags

1.06

Loading single-handling into railway or other trucks,fertilizing materials in farmers’own bags

1.43

34. By deleting the amount “$2.00”appearing in clause 30.4(aa) and inserting “$2.03”.

35. By deleting the amount “$0.75”appearing in clause 30.4(bb) and inserting “$0.76”.

36. By deleting the amount “$2.86”appearing in clause 30.4(cc) and inserting “$2.91”.

37. By deleting the amount “$15.75”appearing in clause 30.4(dd) and inserting “$16.02”.

38. By deleting the amount “$8.54”appearing in clause 30.4(ff) and inserting “$8.68”.

39. By deleting the amount “$8.54”appearing in clause 30.4(gg) and inserting “$8.68”.

40. By deleting the amount “$35.19”appearing in clause 53.2 and inserting “$35.80”.

41. By deleting the amount “$0.28”appearing in clause 53.3 and inserting “$0.29”.

42. By deleting the amount “$0.84”appearing in clause 53.5 and inserting “$0.85”.

43. By deleting the amount “$0.65”appearing in clause 53.6 and inserting “$0.66”.

44. By deleting the amount “$1.31”appearing in clause 53.7 and inserting “$1.33”.

45. By deleting the amount “$2.50”appearing in clause 53.8 and inserting “$2.54”.

46. By deleting the table appearing in clause C.2.2 and inserting the following:

Classification1

Hourly rate
% of minimum hourly rate2

 

100%

112.5%

115%

118%

125%

130%

150%

200%

250%

 

$

$

$

$

$

$

$

$

$

C14 / V1

19.84

22.32

22.82

23.41

24.80

25.79

29.76

39.68

49.60

C13 / V2

20.41

22.96

23.47

24.08

25.51

26.53

30.62

40.82

51.03

C12 / V3

21.19

23.84

24.37

25.00

26.49

27.55

31.79

42.38

52.98

C11 / V4

21.92

24.66

25.21

25.87

27.40

28.50

32.88

43.84

54.80

C10 / V5

23.09

25.98

26.55

27.25

28.86

30.02

34.64

46.18

57.73

C9 / V6

23.82

26.80

27.39

28.11

29.78

30.97

35.73

47.64

59.55

C8 / V7

24.54

27.61

28.22

28.96

30.68

31.90

36.81

49.08

61.35

C7

25.20

 

28.98

  

32.76

37.80

50.40

63.00

V8

25.27

28.43

 

29.82

31.59

32.85

37.91

50.54

63.18

C6 / V9

26.48

29.79

30.45

31.25

33.10

34.42

39.72

52.96

66.20

C5 / V10

27.02

30.40

31.07

31.88

33.78

35.13

40.53

54.04

67.55

C4 / V11

27.74

31.21

31.90

32.73

34.68

36.06

41.61

55.48

69.35

C3 / V12

29.20

32.85

33.58

34.46

36.50

37.96

43.80

58.40

73.00

C2(a) / V13

29.93

33.67

34.42

35.32

37.41

38.91

44.90

59.86

74.83

C2(b) / V14

31.23

35.13

35.91

36.85

39.04

40.60

46.85

62.46

78.08

Driver classifications

         

D1

22.21

24.99

 

26.21

27.76

28.87

33.32

44.42

55.53

D2

22.48

25.29

 

26.53

28.10

29.22

33.72

44.96

56.20

D3

22.75

25.59

 

26.85

28.44

29.58

34.13

45.50

56.88

D4

23.07

25.95

 

27.22

28.84

29.99

34.61

46.14

57.68

47. By deleting the table appearing in clause C.3.2(a) and inserting the following:

Classification1

Hourly Rate
% of casual minimum hourly rate2
(based on 25% casual loading in accordance with clause 11.2(a))

 

100%

112.5%

115%

118%

125%

130%

150%

200%

250%

 

$

$

$

$

$

$

$

$

$

C14 / V1

24.80

27.90

28.52

29.26

31.00

32.24

37.20

49.60

62.00

C13 / V2

25.51

28.70

29.34

30.10

31.89

33.16

38.27

51.02

63.78

C12 / V3

26.49

29.80

30.46

31.26

33.11

34.44

39.74

52.98

66.23

C11 / V4

27.40

30.83

31.51

32.33

34.25

35.62

41.10

54.80

68.50

C10 / V5

28.86

32.47

33.19

34.05

36.08

37.52

43.29

57.72

72.15

C9 / V6

29.78

33.50

34.25

35.14

37.23

38.71

44.67

59.56

74.45

C8 / V7

30.68

34.52

35.28

36.20

38.35

39.88

46.02

61.36

76.70

C7

31.50

 

36.23

  

40.95

47.25

63.00

78.75

V8

31.59

35.54

 

37.28

39.49

41.07

47.39

63.18

78.98

C6 / V9

33.10

37.24

38.07

39.06

41.38

43.03

49.65

66.20

82.75

C5 / V10

33.78

38.00

38.85

39.86

42.23

43.91

50.67

67.56

84.45

C4 / V11

34.68

39.02

39.88

40.92

43.35

45.08

52.02

69.36

86.70

C3 / V12

36.50

41.06

41.98

43.07

45.63

47.45

54.75

73.00

91.25

C2(a) / V13

37.41

42.09

43.02

44.14

46.76

48.63

56.12

74.82

93.53

C2(b) / V14

39.04

43.92

44.90

46.07

48.80

50.75

58.56

78.08

97.60

Driver classifications

         

D1

27.76

31.23

 

32.76

34.70

36.09

41.64

55.52

69.40

D2

28.10

31.61

 

33.16

35.13

36.53

42.15

56.20

70.25

D3

28.44

32.00

 

33.56

35.55

36.97

42.66

56.88

71.10

D4

28.84

32.45

 

34.03

36.05

37.49

43.26

57.68

72.10

48. By deleting the table appearing in clause C.3.2(b) and inserting the following:


Classification

Hourly Rate
% of casual minimum hourly rate1
(based on 17.5% casual loading in accordance with clause 11.2(e))

 

100%

112.5%

118%

125%

130%

150%

200%

250%

 

$

$

$

$

$

$

$

$

V1

23.31

26.22

27.51

29.14

30.30

34.97

46.62

58.28

V2

23.98

26.98

28.30

29.98

31.17

35.97

47.96

59.95

V3

24.90

28.01

29.38

31.13

32.37

37.35

49.80

62.25

V4

25.76

28.98

30.40

32.20

33.49

38.64

51.52

64.40

V5

27.13

30.52

32.01

33.91

35.27

40.70

54.26

67.83

V6

27.99

31.49

33.03

34.99

36.39

41.99

55.98

69.98

V7

28.83

32.43

34.02

36.04

37.48

43.25

57.66

72.08

V8

29.69

33.40

35.03

37.11

38.60

44.54

59.38

74.23

V9

31.11

35.00

36.71

38.89

40.44

46.67

62.22

77.78

V10

31.75

35.72

37.47

39.69

41.28

47.63

63.50

79.38

V11

32.59

36.66

38.46

40.74

42.37

48.89

65.18

81.48

V12

34.31

38.60

40.49

42.89

44.60

51.47

68.62

85.78

V13

35.17

39.57

41.50

43.96

45.72

52.76

70.34

87.93

V14

36.70

41.29

43.31

45.88

47.71

55.05

73.40

91.75

49. By deleting the amount “$22.70”appearing in clause D.1.1 and inserting “$23.09”.

50. By deleting the table appearing in clause D.1.2 and inserting the following:

Allowance

Clause

% of standard rate

$

Payable

Leading hand allowance—In charge of 3–10 employees1

30.2(a)(i)

166.3

38.40

per week

Leading hand allowance—In charge of 11–20 employees1

30.2(a)(i)

248.4

57.36

per week

Leading hand allowance—In charge of more than 20 employees1

30.2(a)(i)

316.2

73.01

per week

Ship repairing—Tradespersons1

30.2(b)(i)

75.5

17.43

per week

Ship repairing—All other employees1

30.2(b)(i)

61.1

14.11

per week

Technical computing equipment1

30.2(e)(i)

196.5

45.37

per week

Supervisor/Trainer/Coordinator—Technical allowance1

30.2(f)(i)

-

-

107% of the minimum rate applicable to the employee’s technical classification

Artificial fertilizers and chemicals—Industry allowance—work in relation to fertilizers and related activities (other than acid)1

30.2(g)(i)

40.1

9.26

per week

Artificial fertilizers and chemicals—Industry allowance—otherwise1

30.2(g)(i)

52.7

12.17

per week

Artificial fertilizers and chemicals—General duties1

30.2(g)(ii)

7.2

1.66

per day

Artificial fertilizers and chemicals—Acid production and related activities1

30.2(g)(ii)

11.5

2.66

per day

Artificial fertilizers and chemicals—Fertilizer production and despatch1

30.2(g)(ii)

12.3

2.84

per day

First aid allowance

30.3(b)

75.6

17.46

per week

Engine driver and fireperson—Attending to refrigeration compressors

30.3(g)

159.7

36.87

per week

Engine driver and fireperson—Attending to an electric generator or dynamo exceeding 10 kW capacity

30.3(g)

159.7

36.87

per week

Engine driver and fireperson—Being in charge of plant

30.3(g)

159.7

36.87

per week

Engine driver and fireperson—Attending to a switchboard where the generating capacity is 350 kW or over

30.3(g)

49.8

11.50

per week

Cleaner,greaser or oiler allowance

30.3(h)

148.0

34.17

per week

Manganese dioxide and other pigments allowance—First 2 hours

30.3(i)(i)

8.5

1.96

per hour

Manganese dioxide and other pigments allowance—More than 2 hours

30.3(i)(ii)

60.3

13.92

per day

Inspector’s allowance (paid in excess of rate payable to employee whose work is inspected)2

53.2

155.04

35.80

per week

Carpenter’s allowance2

53.3

1.25

0.29

per hour

51. By deleting the table appearing in clause D.1.3 and inserting the following:

Allowance

Clause

% of standard rate

$

Payable

Cold places allowance

30.4(c)(i)

2.8

0.65

per hour

Hot places allowance—Between 46 and 54 degrees Celsius

30.4(d)(i)

2.9

0.67

per hour

Hot places allowance—In excess of 54 degrees Celsius

30.4(d)(i)

3.8

0.88

per hour

Wet places allowance

30.4(e)(i)

2.9

0.67

per hour

Confined spaces allowance

30.4(f)

3.8

0.88

per hour

Dirty work—other than ship repair work

30.4(g)(i)

2.9

0.67

per hour

Dirty work—ship repair work

30.4(g)(ii)

3.8

0.88

per hour

Height money

30.4(h)

2.1

0.48

per hour

Meat digesters and oil tanks allowance

30.4(i)

2.9

0.67

per hour

Sanitary works allowance

30.4(j)

2.0

0.46

per hour

Insulation materials allowance

30.4(k)(i)

3.8

0.88

per hour

Slaughtering yards allowance

30.4(l)

2.1

0.48

per hour

Boiler repairs—smoke boxes,fire-boxes,furnaces etc.

30.4(m)(i)

2.1

0.48

per hour

Boiler repairs—repairs on oil fired boilers etc.

30.4(m)(ii)

7.4

1.71

per hour

Underground mine work - % of appropriate classification

30.4(n)

-

12%

for the time spent working underground

Explosive powered tools

30.4(o)

7.5

1.73

per day

Ships in dock

30.4(p)

2.1

0.48

per hour

Foundry allowance

30.4(q)(i)

2.2

0.51

per hour

Boiling down works

30.4(r)

2.1

0.48

per hour

Lead works

30.4(s)

2.1

0.48

per hour

Handlers of carbon black

30.4(t)(i)

4.8

1.11

per hour

Installing or repairing belting underground in mines

30.4(u)

1.5

0.35

per hour

Processing free coal dust

30.4(v)

2.1

0.48

per hour

Boiler cleaning—engine driver

30.4(w)(ii)

8.2

1.89

per hour

Foreign rock—Rock phosphate,superphosphate and mixed manure sections receiving ex ship or railway truck

30.4(y)

33.6

7.76

per week

Foreign rock—Handling rock phosphate to crushers and all other employees in the rock phosphate section

30.4(y)

31.8

7.34

per week

Foreign rock—Mixing superphosphate

30.4(y)

31.8

7.34

per week

Foreign rock—Excavating bins,and the manufacture or excavating of superphosphate until dumped on the heap for curing

30.4(y)

20.7

4.78

per week

Foreign rock—The handling of superphosphate from the heap until loading in wagons or trucks for despatch,etc

30.4(y)

12.6

2.91

per week

Farmers’own bags—Sorting,branding,bagging,etc

30.4(z)

2.5

0.58

per day

Farmers’own bags—Loading double-handling into railway or other trucks,etc

30.4(z)

4.6

1.06

per day

Farmers’own bags—Loading single-handling into railway or other trucks,etc

30.4(z)

6.2

1.43

per day

Soda ash

30.4(aa)

8.8

2.03

per hour

Raw materials

30.4(bb)

3.3

0.76

per hour

Skimming and floater setting—flat glass tank

30.4(cc)

12.6

2.91

per half hour

Glass furnace regenerators

30.4(dd)

69.4

16.02

per day

Float glass furnace repair - % of the minimum rate applicable to the employee

30.4(ee)

-

100%

for the time so engaged

Jack bolt tensioner

30.4(ff)

37.6

8.68

per shift or part thereof

Loading and unloading away from employer’s premises

30.4(gg)

37.6

8.68

per shift or part thereof

Glass or slag wool1

53.5

3.69

0.85

per hour

Handling garbage1

53.6

2.86

0.66

per hour

Boiler house employees1

53.7

5.78

1.33

per hour

Fork-lift or cranes allowance1

53.8

11.02

2.54

per day

52. By deleting clause G.4.1 and inserting the following:

G.4 Minimum Wages

G.4.1 Minimum wages for full-time traineeships

(a) Wage level A

The minimum rate for a full-time trainee undertaking an AQF Certificate Level I–III traineeship whose training package and AQF certificate levels are allocated to wage level A by clause G.6.1 is the weekly rate specified in column 2 of Table 1—Wage level A minimum weekly rate for full-time trainees (AQF Certificate Level I–III traineeship) according to the highest year of schooling completed by the trainee specified in that column and the experience level of the trainee specified in column 1.

Table 1—Wage level A minimum weekly rate for full-time trainees (AQF Certificate Level I–III traineeship)

Column 1
Experience level of trainee

Column 2
Highest year of schooling completed

 

Year 10

Year 11

Year 12

 

per week

per week

per week

 

$

$

$

School leaver

338.60

372.90

444.20

Plus 1 year out of school

372.90

444.20

517.00

Plus 2 years out of school

444.20

517.00

601.60

Plus 3 years out of school

517.00

601.60

688.80

Plus 4 years out of school

601.60

688.80

 

Plus 5 or more years out of school

688.80

  

NOTE:See clause G.4.3 for other minimum wage provisions that affect clause G.4.1(a).

(b) Wage Level B

The minimum rate for a full-time trainee undertaking an AQF Certificate Level I–III traineeship whose training package and AQF certificate levels are allocated to wage level B by clause G.6.2 is the weekly rate specified in Column 2 of Table 2—Wage level B minimum weekly rate for full-time trainees (AQF Certificate Level I–III traineeship) according to the highest year of schooling completed by the trainee specified in that column and the experience level of the trainee specified in Column 1.

Table 2—Wage level B minimum weekly rate for full-time trainees (AQF Certificate Level I–III traineeship)

Column 1
Experience level of trainee

Column 2
Highest year of schooling completed

 

Year 10

Year 11

Year 12

 

per week

per week

per week

 

$

$

$

School leaver

338.60

372.90

432.20

Plus 1 year out of school

372.90

432.20

497.20

Plus 2 years out of school

432.20

497.20

583.10

Plus 3 years out of school

497.20

583.10

665.10

Plus 4 years out of school

583.10

665.10

 

Plus 5 or more years out of school

665.10

  

NOTE:See clause G.4.3 for other minimum wage provisions that affect clause G.4.1(b).

(c) AQF Certificate Level IV traineeships

    (i) The minimum rate for a full-time trainee undertaking an AQF Certificate Level IV traineeship is the minimum rate for the relevant full-time AQF Certificate Level III traineeship increased by 3.8%.

    (ii) The minimum rate for a full-time adult trainee undertaking an AQF Certificate Level IV traineeship is the weekly rate specified in column 2 or 3 of Table 3—Minimum weekly rate for full-time adult trainees (AQF Certificate Level IV traineeship) according to the year of the traineeship specified in those columns and the relevant wage level for the relevant AQF Certificate Level III traineeship specified in column 1:

Table 3—Minimum weekly rate for full-time adult trainees (AQF Certificate Level I–III traineeship)

    Column 1
    Wage level

    Column 2
    First year of traineeship

    Column 3
    Second and subsequent years of traineeship

     

    per week

    per week

     

    $

    $

    A

    715.50

    743.20

    B

    690.30

    716.70

NOTE:See clause G.4.3 for other minimum wage provisions that affect clause G.4.1(c).

G.4.2 Minimum hourly rates for part-time traineeships

(a) Wage level A

The minimum hourly rate for a part-time trainee undertaking an AQF Certificate Level I–III traineeship whose training package and AQF certificate levels are allocated to wage level A by clause G.6.1 is the hourly rate specified in column 2 of Table 4—Wage level A minimum hourly rate for part-time trainees (AQF Certificate Level I–III traineeship) according to the highest year of schooling completed by the trainee specified in that column and the experience level of the trainee specified in column 1.

Table 4—Wage level A minimum hourly rate for part-time trainees (AQF Certificate Level I–III traineeship)

Column 1
Experience level of trainee

Column 2
Highest year of schooling completed

 

Year 10

Year 11

Year 12

 

per hour

per hour

per hour

 

$

$

$

School leaver

11.14

12.28

14.62

Plus 1 year out of school

12.28

14.62

17.02

Plus 2 years out of school

14.62

17.02

19.79

Plus 3 years out of school

17.02

19.79

22.65

Plus 4 years out of school

19.79

22.65

 

Plus 5 or more years out of school

22.65

  

NOTE:See clause G.4.2(e) for calculating the actual minimum wage. See also clause G.4.3 for other minimum wage provisions that affect clause G.4.2(a).

(b) Wage Level B

The minimum hourly rate for a part-time trainee undertaking an AQF Certificate Level I–III traineeship whose training package and AQF certificate levels are allocated to wage level B by clause G.6.2 is the hourly rate specified in Column 2 of Table 5—Wage level B minimum hourly rate for part-time trainees (AQF Certificate Level I–III traineeship) according to the highest year of schooling completed by the trainee specified in that column and the experience level of the trainee specified in Column 1.

Table 5—Wage level B minimum hourly rate for part-time trainees (AQF Certificate Level I–III traineeship)

Column 1
Experience level of trainee

Column 2
Highest year of schooling completed

 

Year 10

Year 11

Year 12

 

per hour

per hour

per hour

 

$

$

$

School leaver

11.14

12.28

14.23

Plus 1 year out of school

12.28

14.23

16.36

Plus 2 years out of school

14.23

16.36

19.20

Plus 3 years out of school

16.36

19.20

21.90

Plus 4 years out of school

19.20

21.90

 

Plus 5 or more years out of school

21.90

  

NOTE:See clause G.4.2(e) for calculating the actual minimum wage. See also clause G.4.3 for other minimum wage provisions that affect clause G.4.2(b).

(c) School-based traineeships

The minimum hourly rate for a part-time trainee who works ordinary hours and is undertaking a school-based AQF Certificate Level I–III traineeship whose training package and AQF certificate levels are allocated to wage levels A or B by clause G.6 is the hourly rate in column 1 or 2 of Table 6—Minimum hourly rate for part-time trainees (school-based AQF Certificate Level I–III traineeship) according to the year of schooling of the trainee.

Table 6—Minimum hourly rate for part-time trainees (school-based AQF Certificate Level I–III traineeship)

Column 1
Year 11 or lower

Column 2
Year 12

per hour

per hour

$

$

11.14

12.28

NOTE:See clause G.4.2(e) for calculating the actual minimum wage. See also clause G.4.3 for other minimum wage provisions that affect clause G.4.2(c).

(d) AQF Certificate Level IV traineeships

    (i) The minimum hourly rate for a part-time trainee undertaking an AQF Certificate Level IV traineeship is the minimum hourly rate for the relevant part-time AQF Certificate Level III traineeship increased by 3.8%.

    (ii) The minimum hourly rate for a part-time adult trainee undertaking a part-time AQF Certificate Level IV traineeship is the hourly rate in column 2 or 3 of Table 7—Minimum hourly rate for part-time adult trainees (AQF Certificate Level IV traineeship),according to the year of the traineeship specified in those columns and the relevant wage level for the relevant AQF Certificate Level III traineeship specified in column 1:

Table 7—Minimum hourly rate for part-time adult trainees (AQF Certificate Level IV traineeship)

    Column 1
    Wage level

    Column 2
    First year of traineeship

    Column 3
    Second and subsequent years of traineeship

     

    per hour

    per hour

     

    $

    $

      A

    23.52

    24.45

      B

    22.68

    23.56

NOTE:See clause G.4.2(e) for calculating the actual minimum wage. See also clause G.4.3 for other minimum wage provisions that affect clause G.4.2(d).

(e) Calculating the actual minimum wage

    (i) If fewer than 38 (or an average of 38) ordinary hours of work per week is considered full-time at the workplace by the employer,the appropriate minimum hourly rate for a part-time trainee is obtained by multiplying the relevant minimum hourly rate in clauses G.4.2(a) to (d) by 38 and then dividing the figure obtained by the full-time ordinary hours of work per week.

    (ii) If the approved training for a part-time traineeship is provided wholly off-the-job by a registered training organisation,for example at school or at TAFE,the relevant minimum hourly rate in clauses G.4.2(a) to (d) applies to each ordinary hour worked by the trainee.

    (iii) If the approved training for a part-time traineeship is undertaken solely on-the-job or partly on-the-job and partly off-the-job,the relevant minimum hourly rate in clauses G.4.2(a) to (d) minus 20% applies to each ordinary hour worked by the trainee.

G.4.3 Other minimum wage provisions

(a) Clause G.4.3 applies despite anything to the contrary in clause G.4.2.

(b) An employee who was employed by an employer immediately before becoming a trainee with that employer must not suffer a reduction in their minimum rate of pay because of becoming a trainee.

(c) For the purpose of determining whether a trainee has suffered a reduction as mentioned in clause G.4.3(b) casual loadings are to be disregarded.

(d) If a qualification is converted from an AQF Certificate Level II to an AQF Certificate Level III traineeship,or from an AQF Certificate Level III to an AQF Certificate Level IV traineeship,then the trainee must be paid the next highest minimum wage provided in this schedule,if a higher minimum wage is provided for the new AQF certificate level.

G.4.4 Default wage rate

The minimum wage for a trainee undertaking an AQF Certificate Level I–III traineeship whose training package and AQF certificate level are not allocated to a wage level by clause G.6 is the relevant minimum wage under this schedule for a trainee undertaking an AQF Certificate to Level I–III traineeship whose training package and AQF certificate level are allocated to wage level B.

B. This determination comes into operation on 1 November 2020. In accordance with s.286(5) of the Fair Work Act 2009 this determination does not take effect in relation to a particular employee until the start of the employee’s first full pay period that starts on or after 1 November 2020.

PRESIDENT

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Code:
PR718827
Title:
PR718827 - Variation - 26 Jun 2020
Effective:
26 Jun 2020
Updated:
28 Jun 2020
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