Welcome to Hunternet Group Training

HunterNet Group Training Company engage apprentices and trainees on behalf of Hunter based employers in the Engineering and aeronautical industry, with the aim of achieving high quality outcomes through a partnership approach. 

HunterNet Group Training Company plays a facilitative role in ensuring that training is tailored to satisfy the needs of employers as well as apprentices and trainees.

Our Vision & Values

"To be recognised by Government and industry as the Group Training Company that leads the way in the Region by producing quality staff through innovation and commitment"

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Contact Us

Hunternet Group Training Office

Head Office

Address: 755 Hunter Street
Newcastle West  NSW  2302
Tel: 61 2 4925 4480

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The team at Hunternet Group Training make it so easy to employ apprentices.  They take care of all the paperwork, pre-select the most suitable apprentices, arrange training
including TAFE and provide the apprentices with the appropriate safety gear.  Using them frees up my time to concentrate on my core responsibilities.

The regular performance appraisals are based on two-way communication ensuring both the apprentice and company are on track.  The level of service from the entire Hunternet team is superior, the team is always professional,
helpful and friendly.

Greg Payne - Manufacturing Manager
Redispan Modular Conveyor Solutions

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Latest News & Events

  • 24 Jun 2012

    HunterNet Group Training Company is eager to engage with more schools in order to attract as many quality candidates to the Manufacturing and Engineering trades.  Currently, HunterNet Group Training participates in a number of career workshops, mock interview sessions, and general guidance talks at various schools, but we are looking to engage with more. ...

  • 24 Apr 2016

    the journey for apprentices and trainees throughout their period of training can, at times, be quite challenging.  these challenges may be in the workplace or at tafe, but it is more likely that individuals will be confronted with issues in their personal life. for this reason, hngtc has engaged hunter tafe to develop a “life skills” program, aimed at addressing matters such as: • road safetybr /> • mental healthbr /> • family planningbr /> • financial advicebr /> • healthy eatingbr /> • drugs and alcohol the aim of the program is to equip our apprentices and trainees with resources, knowledge and ideas to make better life _ choices. ...

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