Archive for July, 2012

Questions to Ask Your Registered Training Organisation (RTO)

0 Comments   Posted: 31/07/12   by Brent Rogers

Questions to Ask Your Registered Training Organisation

Vocational Education and Training Courses A lot of people enter vocational education and training courses without first investigating their career options. Remember, organisations are there to help you in every way, so if you are unsure of course options or what is available to you, let them know! I have compiled a ‘mock’ question and Read the full post

OHS Asbestos Scare

0 Comments   Posted: 30/07/12   by Brent Rogers

Asbestos Scare in the Parliament South Australia’s lower chamber of Parliament has been closed amid a huge occupational health and safety asbestos scare. Though the risk is believed to be low, paint and dust within the chamber have tested positive to asbestos and the Parliament will remain closed until OH&S officials deem it safe to Read the full post

BSZ40198, TAA40104 or TAE40110?

3 Comments   Posted: 30/07/12   by Brent Rogers

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. BSZ, TAA and TAE… The original workplace training qualification, BSZ, was created in 1998. As a huge success it Read the full post

Aged Care Job Roles

0 Comments   Posted: 27/07/12   by Brent Rogers

Types of Aged Care Work and Jobs Demand for aged care services is growing rapidly. There are many front line care roles in the industry, which involve working directly with the elderly to provide essential care services. Aged Care Job Roles Assistant in Nursing • Provide care to elderly in hospitals and nursing homes • May provide Read the full post

What to Consider When Choosing a Child Care Facility

0 Comments   Posted: 24/07/12   by Brent Rogers

High Demand on Childcare Australia’s child care system is experiencing more demand than ever before. Many families need both parents working to make ends meet and rely on childcare services to take care of their children. Single parents are also often reliant on childcare providers to keep their kids safe and happy while the parent Read the full post

For Prospective and Current Inspire Students: The Hub ‘Run-Down’

16 Comments   Posted: 23/07/12   by Brent Rogers

Familiarize yourself with Inspire's Student Portal

A Run-Down of The Hub As an Inspire student, you will access the majority of your work from the student login portal. The portal gives you great access to resources and forums, allowing students to communicate with fellow peers while easing into the learning process. My Profile: The ‘my details tab’ is exactly that… Your details! If Read the full post

Career Pathways after OHS Certification

2 Comments   Posted: 04/07/12   by Brent Rogers

Career Pathways for OHS Certification

Occupational health and safety aims at reducing the risk of injury or illness in an occupational setting. Traditionally, employers and safety officers have had the approach of fixing problems as soon as they become apparent. Today, there is emphasis placed on the prevention of OH&S problems through training, policy making, managing human resources and implementing Read the full post

Living Longer Living Better: The Future of Aged Care

0 Comments   Posted: 01/07/12   by Brent Rogers

Aged Care Reforms The 1st July 2012 marks the start of the Gillard Government’s 10 year plan to reshape aged care. The initiative aims to keep people in their homes for longer, delivering more choice, better care and easier access for older Australians. Living Longer Living Better The $3.7 billion ‘Living Longer Living Better’ plan Read the full post

Inspire’s Brand New TESOL Course

6 Comments   Posted: 01/07/12   by Brent Rogers

Certificate IV in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL) Have you ever considered a career path where you can travel the world and get paid for it? Inspire Education’s brand new TESOL course offers this opportunity. Launching on July 1st, the Certificate IV in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL) is Read the full post

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