On behalf of the VRQA, the Victorian Apprenticeship Field Services (VAFS) checks in with apprentices and trainees to see how their apprenticeship or traineeship is progressing.
If you’re due for your check-in, you’ll receive a phone call from VAFS.
A VAFS check-in takes a few minutes. It involves you answering a few simple questions about your workplace and employer.
Want to check your progress now?
Our apprentice and trainee checklist helps you check that your apprenticeship or traineeship is on track, and meets all legal requirements. To access our checklist, see: