Employer Information > Wage Rates - HGTA 2010

Employee Wage Rates under the Horse and Greyhound Training Award 2010 provide for various aspects of Employment:

> Junior employees (Aged 15-20 Years)
> Adult employees (Aged 21 Years+)
> Fulltime Rates of pay
> Part time rates of pay
> Overtime rates of pay
> Casual Rates of pay
> Classification of employee

The employee wage rates need to be applied in accordance with the Horse and Greyhound Training Award 2010.  The Award and/or Wage Rates may be varied at times; for example resulting from negotiation between the parties to the award or Wage Case or Standard Federal Minimum Wage review.

Members' receive updates and have access to general advice about Employee Wage Rates under the Horse and Greyhound Training Award 2010.

There may be times where it’s considered necessary to redirect an enquiry to a representative from another department to provide more specific details and information.  This may be due to privacy reasons or to seek qualified advice depending on the nature of the enquiry.

It is important to note that any failure to observe and comply with employee conditions may in some circumstances result in costly fines or prosecution. Aside from penalties such occurrences generally impact on businesses that consume valuable time dealing with a claim and other disruptions to the workplace resulting from suffered morale and confidence.


The Australian Trainers’ Trust (‘The Trust’) was launched in September 2015.