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Claiming wage subsidies in ADMS

This page provides guidance for employers claiming their wage subsidies using the Apprenticeships Data Management System (ADMS).

Apprenticeships Data Management System (ADMS)

The Australian Apprenticeships Incentive System supports a more inclusive and sustainable economy, ensuring Australians receive quality training while in paid employment. It helps get apprentices working in secure jobs that fill skills shortages.

As an Employer, you can now lodge wage subsidy claims using ADMS.

This page provides useful information on how to use ADMS including:

Setting up your access to ADMS is a three-step process:

  1. Create your Digital Identity using myGovID. You will need at least a Standard identity strength. Go to the myGovID website for help setting up your Digital Identity.
  2. Link your myGovID to a business using Relationship Authorisation Manager (RAM). How you link will depends on your role:
  3. Register for an account on the ADMS Portal and accept the security declaration. See the How to register for an ADMS account quick reference guide for help registering your account. Once you’ve completed these steps, you can log into ADMS at any time using your Digital Identity.

Once you’ve completed these steps, you can log into ADMS at any time using your Digital Identity.
 

 

How to Claim a wage subsidy in ADMS

If you are eligible to receive a wage subsidy, ADMS will automatically generate your Claim Application and you will receive an email when it’s available. Refer to the Submitting a Claim Application Checklist for help with the process.

Watch the video below or see our Overview of the Claim Application process fact sheet for help with completing your Claim Applications in ADMS.

Head to Training and support for any additional help with completing your Claim Application.

Wage evidence and claim information

When completing your Claim Application in ADMS, you need to provide wage evidence. You can use payment summaries, payroll prints or payslips as evidence. The guides below will help you with uploading wage evidence to your Claim Application in ADMS:

ADMS uses the information you provide to calculate the wage subsidy amount that you will be paid.

Boosting Apprenticeships Commencements (BAC) and Completing Apprenticeships Commencements (CAC) Claims

BAC and CAC Claim Applications are available approximately 15 days after the end of the previous claim period. The BAC & CAC Claim Application availability in ADMS fact sheet is available for further information.

Refer to the Understanding BAC and CAC claim periods knowledge article to learn more about BAC and CAC claim periods.

Refer to the Understanding BAC and CAC claim amounts knowledge article to learn more about BAC and CAC claim amounts.

Priority Wage Subsidy (PWS) Claims

PWS Claim Applications are available 3 months from the commencement date of your apprentice as recorded in the training evidence. More information on PWS claim periods and amounts is coming soon.

The About the Apprenticeships Priority List is also available for further information.

If you have any questions, please contact your Australian Apprenticeships Support Network Provider.

Training and support

For more information or support for accessing and using ADMS, please contact your Australian Apprenticeships Support Network Provider.