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Sep 23, 2013
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My daughter has just done this course in nsw - she heard a rumour that her pay increases due to doing said course- does anyone know if this is true ?
 

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Dec 18, 2013
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If she has completed all the sections and is paid the award wage, then yes she should move to a higher pay rate. If she is paid above the award wage then it might depend on her employer.
 

Aussie_coach

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Yes and no.

Gymnastics clubs operate under the fitness industry award. Once they have received their intermediate accreditation then they are considered a level 3 employee under the award.

So the legal minimum wage goes up a little. But it depends if she is already being paid above the minimum wage or if her gym already classified her as a level 3, then she may not receive a pay rise.

If you let me know how old she is, I can let you know the minimum wage for the industry for a level 3.
 

Geoffrey Taucer

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Jan 21, 2007
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Yes and no.

Gymnastics clubs operate under the fitness industry award. Once they have received their intermediate accreditation then they are considered a level 3 employee under the award.

So the legal minimum wage goes up a little. But it depends if she is already being paid above the minimum wage or if her gym already classified her as a level 3, then she may not receive a pay rise.

If you let me know how old she is, I can let you know the minimum wage for the industry for a level 3.
Coaches accreditation? Minimum wages that adjust according to qualifications?

brb, googling "how to move to Australia"