Short courses are a great way to acquire new skills or to enhance (or refresh) your existing skills, without having to go through the assessment procedures of a nationally recognised unit of competency. Short courses can be developed to meet a specific industry need, and can be run on demand for organisations.
Skill sets are a group of key nationally recognised units of competency to meet an industry need. Skill sets allow workers to build on their existing qualifications to keep their skills up to date or to develop skills in a new area without their needing to complete a full qualification, enabling them to progress in an industry, to move between different sectors in an industry or into a new industry.
Train4Life Skill set attract Skills Capital funding (An ACT government training initiative funded by the ACT and Australian Governments). To be considered for a Skills Capital funded Skill set applicants must meet the following criteria:
This skill set from the Community Services Package and is run on three days over two weeks. First class commences Monday 18 March 2019.
Advocate for your Person
Do you have a loved one in residential facility? Would like like to co-manage with your provider, co-direct with the support workers and govern the outcomes with your loved one? First class commences 5 February 2019.
Induction to Disability
This course provides a set of skills to support the induction of new workers into a variety of roles supporting people with disability.
Phone: 02 6258 0008