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How to Choose a Vocational Training Course

0 Comments   Posted: 18/01/13   by Brent Rogers

Yesterday marked the release of Australian students High School Certificate results! In light of all this, my attention has turned to careers. Thousands of students and mature age applicants around the country have now received their offers for the 2013 intake and are hopefully on their way to the career of their dreams. However, for Read the full post

The Benefits of Staff Training for Organisations and Employees

0 Comments   Posted: 17/01/13   by Brent Rogers

Staff training benefits both organisations and employees

The Certificate IV in Training and Assessment is the leading vocational qualification in Australia. It is the qualification to become a trainer and assessor in the industry. It is also highly regarded for people holding training roles within organisations, and is a great addition to a manager or HR professional’s skillset. Why would an organisation Read the full post

Australia’s Education System

0 Comments   Posted: 16/01/13   by Brent Rogers

Are you considering taking on full-time study? Or perhaps like many Australian’s you are returning to study after a long break. The great part about gaining a vocational education and training qualification is that it can not only give you a competitive advantage in the job market, but it will help you get on the Read the full post

Cert IV Training and Assessment Course – VET Introduction Part 3

0 Comments   Posted: 28/11/12   by Inspire Media

Study your Cert IV in Training and Assessment with Inspire Education Today!

Written by Brent Rogers Cert IV Training and Assessment –  Introduction to Vocational Education and Training! (Part 3) Through our Cert IV Training and Assessment Course, webinar viewers will gain the knowledge to explain the key features of the VET industry as well as be knowledgeable in competency-based training and assessment. Viewers will also be Read the full post

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