Sandra Hillier , Ministerial Correspondence Coordinator , Water Resources Operation Team - Murray-Darling Basin Division - Department for Water
“ Thank you very much for providing Cert IV workshops in a professional, supportive and enjoyable manner. In undertaking the certificate I found the facilitators very approachable and helpful which contributed to my learning. I learnt a lot about Government and built relationship with co-workers and made new networks. ”
We offer both nationally recognised training and non-accredited courses tailored to individual client's needs, either through our public courses or through in-house courses for a specific target group.
What is the difference between an accredited (nationally recognised) course and a non-accredited course?
By undertaking a nationally recognised course, participants learn in accordance with nationally agreed industry standards. On successful completion of the course, participants receive a qualification (or statement of attainment if doing part of the course).
The qualification is recognised in every state of Australia (and New Zealand).
Participants are required to complete an assessment for all nationally recognised courses.
Non-accredited courses do not carry national recognition, however they carry several advantages if gaining a qualification is not a key reason for the training:
- The course can be built around a client's specific training needs
- There is no assessment requirement