New careers on the cards

If you are interested in a career in the growing Health and Community Sectors, then Partners in Training Australia (PTA) (RTO Code 21837) should be your first stop.

Delighted to offer the necessary courses qualifications, many of PTA's qualifications are supported by JobTrainer Funding. For applicants who are unemployed, hold an approved concession card or are 17-24 years old, total course fees start from $120.

PTA's Business Development Manager, Libby O'Dwyer, says "Job Trainer funding allows students who were previously ineligible for Skills First subsidised training to re-skill in sectors associated with high employment growth. This funding is a genuine opportunity for those who are looking for a new career."

PTA training is designed for adult learners. Most courses are delivered one day per week. This allows students to train while they juggle family or work commitments. Training is either in the face-to-face classroom or is delivered via a combination of Zoom and face-to-face classroom.

Partners in Training has been a quality training provider specialising in Health and Community Services fields for over 14 years. PTA deliver training that provides highly regarded qualifications but most importantly sought-after skills and knowledge.

The employment opportunities in regional Victoria across the Health and Community Sectors, including ageing, disability, and the community sector are strong. PTA Qualifications may lead to fulfilling jobs and careers in these sectors.

PTA is a Skills First funded provider in 2021. If you are eligible for Skills First Funding and access your entitlement, this training is delivered with Victorian and Commonwealth government funding.

For further information and sessions contact Partners in Training: 1300 664 601 or info@pta.edu.au or lodwyer@pta.edu.au.

Job Trainer funding allows students who were previously ineligible for Skills First subsidised training to re-skill in sectors associated with high employment growth.

PTA's Business Development Manager, Libby O'Dwyer
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