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Online Teacher’s Aide Course – What You Need to Know

6 Comments   Posted: 19/06/17   by John

Teacher’s aides enjoy a high employment rate in Australia, but what should you do to start a career in education support? Education support roles are in demand but only qualified individuals are allowed to work in the industry — you must first take the Cert III in Education Support training course to work in education Read the full post

Aged Care Online Courses – What You Need to Know

2 Comments   Posted: 19/06/17   by John

Aged care services are in huge demand today, but how do you take advantage of this demand to start a career? Employers are now looking for more Australians to give individual care and support to seniors in aged and community care centres, and candidates with formal qualifications are the top priority. However, there are many Read the full post

TAE40116 Course Update | Cert IV in Training and Assessment

30 Comments   Posted: 22/05/17   by Joshua


TAE40116 Course Update August 24, 2017 Update! The new TAE40116 Certificate IV in Training and Assessment course is now open for enrolments! Please click here to get complete course information. If you already hold the TAE40110, click here to upgrade to the TAE40116. Here’s what you should know about the new Certificate IV Training and Assessment: 1. What is Read the full post

Diploma of Community Services: What You Need to Know

12 Comments   Posted: 22/05/17   by Joshua


Here’s What You Need to Know About the Diploma of Community Services Enrolments are now open for the Diploma of Community Services (Case Management) course! This diploma qualification—most current among community services training courses—is perfect for individuals who want to develop their respective careers in the community services industry. It equips you with the knowledge Read the full post

Certificate III Aged Care and Certificate IV Ageing Support: What’s the Difference?

30 Comments   Posted: 21/04/17   by Luke Imbong


Australia’s population is facing an alarming trend: we’re getting older – fast. Our population is ageing so quickly that 1 out of every 5 Australians will be 65 years or older within just a few decades, and the Australian Bureau of Statistics only expects it to “increase more rapidly over the next decade.” This means Australia now Read the full post

How to Become a Work Health and Safety Officer Trainer

8 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)

4 Comments   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

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

3 Comments   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

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