Training Benchmark B
WHAT IS BENCHMARK B TRAINING?
Employers sponsoring under the 457 visa scheme or under employer nomination visa scheme(subclass 186) are required to demonstrate their contribution and commitment to the training of Australians by satisfying one of the “training benchmarks” outlined by DIAC to be approved as a sponsor.
Employers only need to choose one of the following.
Training Benchmark A: Payment to an industry training fund of at least 2% of payroll( incurred in last 12 months)
Training Benchmark B: Expenditure of at least 1% of payroll ( incurred in last 12 months) on training their Australian citizen or permanent resident employees.
Moreover, Training Benchmark is imperative for the businesses in Australia who have the employees with Temporary work Visa(subclass 457), or under the Employer Nomination Scheme visas( subclass 186). The business organizations will be required to meet the ‘Training Benchmark’ both at the time of application, and during the continuance of the visa.
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Only the sponsoring business (ABN/ACN) is required to meet the benchmark.
Payroll expenditure includes any wages, remuneration, salary, commission, bonuses, allowances, superannuation contributions (mandatory or otherwise) or eligible termination payments that are defined as wages in the Act relating to payroll tax in the relevant State or Territory.
Payroll total is the amount of money an employer pays in wages in the 12 months prior to application lodgement.
All your employees.
Applicants who have been trading in Australia for less than 12 months can submit a business plan demonstrating the expected salaries and staffing for a complete 12 months, along with an auditable training plan to meet either of the training benchmarks.