Aged care qualifications have now changed
The home and aged care industries are evolving in response to our ageing population and also as a result of government reform. Aged, disability and home care qualifications have changed.
ATA Training, one of the first WA Registered Training Organisations to offer the new Nationally Recognised Training care Certificates {Certificate III & IV in Individual Support (Aged Care, Disability and Home and Community Care) is encouraging students to do their research when looking for the best training for them.
“It is a great time to get into aged and home care, one of the fastest growing sectors in Australia and providers are always looking for well trained staff, but students should be aware not all training is the same,” advised Gayle Wain, Acting Manager for ATA Training.
“When looking for a training organisation, make sure you check that they are accredited, that the RTO and qualifications are recognised by the industry and don’t be afraid to ask lots of questions – a good training organisation will want to understand what you want to get out of your study.”
ATA Training offers an obligation free student consultation to discuss your goals, the different courses available to you, different fee subsidy options for eligible students, and to help you get working fast. Call 1300 70 70 01 to get started.
ATA Training
Level 1, 27-31,
Troode Street, West Perth
Phone 1300 70 70 01

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Quality Vocational Training
Thinking of a career in early childhood? Or perhaps you dream of becoming a nanny, travelling the globe and getting paid for it. The Australian Higher Education Academy (AHEA) is a registered training organisation, providing training and workshops in the following areas: Children’s Services (child care), Educational Support (teachers assistant), and Community Services (aged care).
One of the oldest private training organisations in WA, AHEA has always been at the forefront of training innovation. The pursuit of excellence and supporting the student are the main priorities.
“We ensure our students and trainees are provided with the best support and training possible. We have small class sizes and customised courses, with classes commencing at 9.30am and finishing by 2pm. This allows students to attend to their family responsibilities,” said principal, Mr Rob Black.
Courses commencing on 10th October: Child care – Certificate III in Early Childhood Education and Care (10 places only) and Teacher Assistants – Certificate III in Education Support (8 places only)
Government fees and charges are reduced due to subsidies, but are expected to rise in 2017.
Australian Higher Education Academy (AHEA)
15/200 Wellington Street, East Perth
Phone 9321 0168



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