ATA Training provide quality aged care training to students and businesses in Perth. We place a strong focus on offering hands-on and practically focused aged care training. In this way, we aim to give our students the skills and knowledge necessary for a rewarding career in the aged and healthcare industries.
We provide Nationally Recognised Training in aged care and first aid.
ATA Training – Enterprise Registered Training Organisation (RTO)
ATA Training operates as an enterprise RTO, meaning ATA Training predominantly provides accredited training for the employees of St Ives Home Care.
St Ives Home Care is committed to maintaining the highest possible standards of service for our clients and their families, as well as providing a safe working environment for our staff. You can read more about this here
ATA Training also accept enrolments from the general public into Nationally Recognised scoped qualifications and / or units of competence and non-accredited industry led professional development courses.
Nationally Recognised Training Provider
ATA Training are a Training Accreditation Council (TAC) Registered Training Organisation (RTO), meaning we’re scoped to provide a specific range of aged care qualifications and first aid training under (RTO code: 52359) delivered only in Western Australia. The Australian Qualifications Framework (AQF) is the national policy for regulated qualifications in Australia. The AQF was introduced to underpin the national recognised system of qualifications including vocational education and training (VET). The AQF is the agreed policy of Commonwealth, State and Territory ministers.
Once completed, a Nationally Recognised Training qualification or partial completion of a qualification resulting in a Statement of Attainment will be recognised within the aged, community and healthcare industries as well as accepted by other educational institutions throughout Australia.
Here at ATA Training, we undergo regular quality audits to ensure that we are meeting and maintaining the high training and vocational standards put in place under the Standards for Registered Training Organisations (RTOs) 2015 and the AQF.
We also offer non-accredited courses for groups including businesses or organisations. Our team of highly qualified and industry experienced staff offer customised training and assessments catered to meet the needs of your business. Ask us about customising a group training program for your organisation today.
We also offer non-accredited courses designed to up-skill individuals either currently working, or wishing to work, in the aged and healthcare industry. Our non-accredited courses offer a particular focus on the provision of job-ready practical skills necessary for individuals to become successful once they enter this challenging workforce.
Excellence in healthcare training
We work closely with industry groups and professionals to ensure our courses in Perth meet the needs of the sector and community they serve.
Our teaching and training staff are all practising health care professionals who draw on their depth of industry experience to create a rewarding learning environment.
A career with many opportunities
Aged, community care and healthcare in Australia are one of the largest growing employing sectors, meaning there is a high demand for qualified staff. You can pursue many different care giver roles in the aged care or community services industries including both in a residential or home care setting.
Please chat with us today about your career goals and how an ATA Training course can further develop your skills. Alternatively, read about aged care job prospects on the Australia Government website Job Outlook
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