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If he is not an apprentice but fully qualified he should be paid correctly.
If the employer wants to put him through the apprenticeship then they pay.
They can suggest he do an apprenticeship leaving it up to him, then it is his cost and choice if hr does it.
There is no requirement that they pay.
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It all depends on what his level of qualification was and what they agreed.
If he was full time he is entitled to annual leave and sick leave. As a casual he is not entitled to this and most casuals are not on probation as their employment starts and ends each day.
Yes that is correct. If the employer is not making he education part of the employment then your son would be choosing to do this himself.