The Australian and Queensland Governments are investing $200 million to deliver additional training places in short courses, as well as certificate and diploma qualifications to Queensland jobseekers, young people and school leavers. This is good news if you’re a student or an employer!If you’re an employer, you could source potential workers with the skills and training needed to meet your workforce requirements through partnering with College Australia to provide your future employees with:
Fee-free training for short course and certificate level qualifications such as:
– CHC33015 Certificate III in Individual Support
– HLT33015 Certificate III in Allied Health Assistance
– HLT33215 Certificate III in Health Support ServicesLow-fee training of no more than $400 (paid by the student) for higher qualifications such as:
– HLT43015 Certificate IV in Allied Health Assistance
– HLT47315 Certificate IV in Health Administration
The Job Trainer fund is supporting Queenslanders as our economy recovers from the impacts of COVID-19. Jump on a call with our Learning and Development Manager, Anna, on 07 3255 0506 to see how you could partner with College Australia to build a stronger workforce.College Australia can partner with your organisation to help you build your future workforce by:
– upskilling your existing workforce with nationally recognised qualifications
– creating career pathways for your employees that support the vision and success of your business
– assisting with succession planning and workforce development plans to help you create a sustainable workforce
With qualifications to support a business workforce in the following areas: Health Support & Community
– Business and Management
– Hospitality & Tourism
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