Archive for September, 2013

Getting an Aged Care Work Placement

16 Comments   Posted: 26/09/13   by William Cowie

How To Get Aged Care Work Experience If you’re studying your Certificate III in Aged Care, you’ll be aware that you need to complete a vocational placement with an aged care provider. It’s necessary as this is the only place you can demonstrate a lot of the practical, hands-on skills you’ll be using every day Read the full post

Why teachers should get the Certificate IV in Training and Assessment

3 Comments   Posted: 26/09/13   by Inspire Media

Why Teachers Should Get the Cert IV in Training and Assessment

Course hot link: Fast-Track Certificate IV in Training and Assessment for Teachers The Certificate IV in Training and Assessment is a great professional develop activity for qualified Australian teachers. It’s a relatively short and inexpensive course that builds on your teaching qualifications and experience, yet it opens up a whole range of new professional opportunities Read the full post

WHS Issues: Gender Discrimination and Sexual Harassment in the Workplace

0 Comments   Posted: 24/09/13   by Inspire Media

Gender discrimination and sexual harassment are two serious issues that can be an insidious poison in a workplace. Apart from legal consequences (which can be serious for the employees involved, as well as their employer), sexual harassment and gender discrimination can also cause significant long term harm to the victim and have wider social impacts. Read the full post

Why do miners need the Certificate IV in Work Health and Safety?

0 Comments   Posted: 19/09/13   by Inspire Media

Course link: Certificate IV in Work Health and Safety Miners work in dangerous environments where one mistake can cost someone their life. Mining is by no means an easy job. While miners are generally well compensated in Australia, some would argue the health risks and danger involved in their work justify an ever higher wage. Read the full post

New Fast-Track Certificate IV in Work Health and Safety Study Option!

4 Comments   Posted: 19/09/13   by Inspire Media

Fast Track Your Certificate IV in Training and Assessment

Inspire Education has been busy developing an exciting NEW study option for the Certificate IV in Work Health and Safety ( What is the Certificate IV in Work Health and Safety? The Certificate IV in Work Health and Safety is a very popular, nationally recognised and accredited, vocational health and safety course. It is commonly Read the full post

How to set your bookkeeping prices and rates

0 Comments   Posted: 19/09/13   by William Cowie

How much should you charge as a bookkeeper?

One of the rewards of being a contract bookkeeper or registered BAS agent is having the ability to set your own rates and your own working hours. A career as either of these can be rewarding with many Australian businesses needing their services to comply with financial regulations. Among these valuable services that you can Read the full post

12 key expenses contract bookkeepers should not forget

1 Comment   Posted: 18/09/13   by William Cowie

12 key expenses contract bookkeepers should not forget

Don’t forget these bookkeeping expenses! Price is defined as the “amount of money charged for a product or service, or the sum of values that consumers exchange for the benefits of having or using the product or service”. Being your own boss has a lot of benefits, but it also means you’re responsible for setting Read the full post

Vocational Training Outcomes for Disabled Graduates

0 Comments   Posted: 17/09/13   by Inspire Media

Vocational Training Outcomes for Disabled Graduates

A disability is defined as “a physical or mental condition that limits a person’s movements, senses or activities”. A disability in humans may be physical, cognitive/mental, sensitive, emotional, developmental or some combination of these. Some people are born with disabilities, some develop them, and others are the result of accidents or misfortune. Whatever the cause, people with a disability Read the full post

What does an accountant do?

5 Comments   Posted: 16/09/13   by Inspire Media

What is an accountant? Course link: Certificate IV in Accounting Simply put, an accountant is a trained professional who is tasked with maintaining the accounts of a company. The accounts of a company are very important, since they are meant to be a reflection of the financial state of the organisation. They also have a Read the full post

The importance of employee training at Nestle

0 Comments   Posted: 13/09/13   by Inspire Media

The importance of employee training at Nestle

For every business organisation, success depends on the ability of its employees to perform at the highest level. Business analysts state three main reasons to improve employee efficiency; training, motivation and job satisfaction. Out of the three, training is perhaps the most important factor that leads to employee efficiency. Admittedly, motivation and job satisfaction are Read the full post

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