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How to Become a Work Health and Safety Officer Trainer

0 Comments   Posted: 13/04/16   by Luke Imbong

How To Become a Work Health and Safety Officer Trainer

Accidents and illnesses caused by work don’t just ruin careers. They can devastate lives and families.  As such, it’s not hard to see why work health and safety is a massive concern Australia-wide. Many Australians are either injured, fall ill, or even die because of workplace accidents, faulty equipment, or high risk conditions in their Read the full post

Common Workplace Safety Accidents (and How to Prevent Them)

1 Comment   Posted: 09/04/16   by Luke Imbong

Common Workplace Safety Accidents

3 types of workplace accidents are responsible for almost 70% of serious injury and disorder claims. Do you know what these are? Most Australians feel safe at work, until they get into an accident and are forced to stop working and earn a living… or until their business is forced to pay thousands of dollars Read the full post

TAE40116 Course: Updates on the New 2016 Cert IV TAE

7 Comments   Posted: 06/04/16   by Luke Imbong

TAE40116 Updates

The TAE40116 Certificate IV in Training and Assessment course update has finally been released! If you are involved in the training industry, then this critical 2016 update to the existing TAE40110 Cert IV TAE likely affects you too. As a current trainer and assessor, there’s likely a dozen questions running through your mind right now Read the full post

Parkinson’s Services and Resources for Patients and Carers in Australia

0 Comments   Posted: 05/04/16   by Luke Imbong


Do you know someone with Parkinson’s? If you don’t, there’s a good chance you will in the next few years. Parkinson’s Disease is one of the most rapidly growing conditions among Australians today. If you think only seniors and the aged are prone, think again. 1 out of every 5 Parkinson’s patients today are young Read the full post

Never Too Late to Learn: NSW Seniors Festival 2016

0 Comments   Posted: 01/04/16   by Luke Imbong

Young at Heart Film Festival for the Aged

Is age just a number? You bet it is. Too many Australians today are too scared to pursue their goals and passions because they feel too old. This doesn’t just apply to work skills and training courses, but also for putting yourself out there and simply growing to maximise your potential. The 2016 New South Read the full post

Is Age Just a Number? 7 Secrets of Successful Adult Learners and Students

1 Comment   Posted: 05/02/16   by Luke Imbong

Is age just a number?

Wouldn’t it be great to start a career doing what you are passionate about by studying a training a course and gain new skills? Sadly, many Australian adults today are scared of doing exactly that. They feel they are too old to study again and train for their dream job. If the biggest thing keeping Read the full post

How to Become a Child Care Trainer (and Succeed!)

5 Comments   Posted: 03/02/16   by Luke Imbong

How to Become a Child Care Trainer

If you enjoy teaching and caring for children, why not share your passion by training other people to do the same? Child care is massively growing today so it’s no surprise that many Australians are seeking jobs in this industry. In fact, more than 50,000 child care workers will be needed over the next several Read the full post

Bored at work? You’re sabotaging your health!.. says study

0 Comments   Posted: 30/11/15   by Luke Imbong

Bored at work?

Stop sabotaging your health by being bored at work Warning: being bored at work can be disastrous to your health. If you’re like most Australians, then you have felt ‘less than enthusiastic’ at work at one time or another.  After all, we all occasionally fall into the trap of day-dreaming about the weekend, or an Read the full post

Don’t Get Old Before your Time! : Awesome anti-aging brain games for adults that keep you young and sharp

0 Comments   Posted: 26/11/15   by Luke Imbong

Mind and Brain Games for Adults and Seniors

Anti-aging brain games for adults that keep you sharp and active   Growing old and getting wrinkles is inevitable, but there’s heaps of things you can do to keep your mind active and young for longer. Playing brain games for adults is one of the best ways to do just that. Brain stimulating puzzles and Read the full post

Australian Vocational Courses: ‘Dead as Dinosaurs’ or Still Relevant Today?

2 Comments   Posted: 20/11/15   by Brent Rogers

Australian Vocational Courses

Are Vocational Courses Still Relevant Today? A skilled workforce is critical for countries that want to avoid stagnation and create jobs to grow their economy. Australia has historically relied on vocational education and training to provide its workforce needs.  Recent changes in the Australian economy however have dramatically changed the landscape in terms in what Read the full post

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