Meet our Training Alliance Graduates June 2016

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Some of our Training Alliance graduates with Minister John Ajaka
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Training Alliance  welcomed The Hon. John Ajaka MLC to their Graduation Ceremony to celebrate the achievements of Disability Support Practitioners and Allied Health Assistants who have studied: Certificate III and IV in Disability and Certificate III in Allied Health Assistance.

Their training equips them with skills to ensure they are confident and capable in their job roles and the dynamic environment of the disability sector.

Also graduating today are students with disability who have completed the Certificate II in Business as part of their Transition to Work program (TTW). Our certificate programs are delivered in a small class environment with educational outcomes to assist with entry into employment and pathways to other vocational training opportunities.

There are several options available to help fund training, including ‘Smart and Skilled’ and traineeship options as well as employer incentives. Training Alliance works with you to find the best options to significantly reduce costs. In some cases, training expenses can even be completely compensated

Training Alliance is unique in that they draw on their experience as a service provider (Cerebral Palsy Alliance have provided services to clients for over 70 years) and expertise as a leading research institute as well as having an industry reputation as a leader in disability training. Training Alliance run courses for groups customised to an organisation’s needs as well as individual enrolments on a semester basis.

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