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What is a registered training organisation?

1 Comment   Posted: 12/11/14   by William Cowie

A registered training organisation (RTO) is a provider and assessor of nationally recognised vocational education and training.  They are able to offer students training and qualifications or statements of attainment that are recognised across Australia, and are accepted by industry and other educational institutions. RTOs are registered with the Australian Skills Quality Authority (ASQA); or Read the full post

What does a child care worker do?

0 Comments   Posted: 05/11/14   by William Cowie

Child care (aka day care or child minding) is the supervision and caring for of a child or children, usually from ages 0 to 12 years. As a child care worker, you’ll be responsible for the care of children within a centre, or child care facility. You’ll get to work with families and communities to Read the full post

Work Health and Safety Career Guide

4 Comments   Posted: 31/10/14   by William Cowie

What is a Health and Safety Professional? A work health and safety professional is a person trained in Work Health and Safety (WHS) practices and regulations. They design, develop, implement and analyse WHS programs. WHS professionals ensure safe and healthy working conditions in workplaces, assist injured staff through the compensation and rehabilitation process or workers Read the full post

Would you move for work?

2 Comments   Posted: 28/08/14   by William Cowie

“Workforce mobility” is essential in Australia’s modern economy. It’s vital to get people with the right skills to where they are needed. Moving for a job is a huge commitment and a decision most people don’t make lightly. Have you ever relocated to accept a job? What would (or did) it take for you to Read the full post

TAELLN411: What is actually happening?

4 Comments   Posted: 21/08/14   by William Cowie

You, like many other trainers, may be confused about the upcoming changes to the TAE training package. Do you need the TAELLN411 unit or not? The inclusion of the unit ‘TAELLN411 Address adult language, literacy and numeracy’ as a core component of the TAE40110 Certificate IV in Training and Assessment has been pending for years. Read the full post

The Job Hunting Guide

0 Comments   Posted: 30/07/14   by William Cowie

Job hunting would be in most people’s “top 10 most stressful activities”. It often coincides with some of the lowest points of our lives – when we’ve recently lost a job or are working in a job we dislike just to survive. For the majority of us, earning an income is essential to our quality of life. Read the full post

36 Resume Writing Tips

2 Comments   Posted: 23/07/14   by William Cowie

Your resume is an fundamental and essential tool for your job hunt. At some point in every job application process, someone will want to have a look at your resume. This document is a reflection of you; not just the information in it, but how you present it too. So how do you make your resume top Read the full post

Last Minute Tax Checklist!

0 Comments   Posted: 25/06/14   by William Cowie

Have you remembered everything you need to do this financial year? This is the last chance to make any payments this financial year so you can claim tax deductions in the new financial year! Here are a few common tax deductions and payments many Australians are able to claim: 1. Enrol in Education and Training Sign Read the full post

Don’t Miss Out on Your Self-Education Tax Deduction This Year

0 Comments   Posted: 29/05/14   by William Cowie

Self-Education Tax Deductions Every financial year is an opportunity to claim a tax deduction for your self-education expenses while you advance your career through education and training. In case you’re new to Australia, the tax year runs from July to June the following year (for example July 2013 to June 2014). Tax season starts in July Read the full post

$200 Million Government Fund for Child Care Training

6 Comments   Posted: 08/05/14   by William Cowie

Govt Childcare Training Fund FAQ *Click Here for Your Free Long Day Care Professional Development Programme FAQ!* The Australian Government recently announced the creation of a $200 million dollar fund to support training, skills development and other professional development activities for early childcare educators. This includes mandatory training courses such as the Certificate III in Early Childhood Read the full post


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