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Establishments like bars and clubs, as well as the communities they are part of, and that form around them, have a responsibility to their members and guests to ensure that they can provide a safe environment. This includes the responsible service of alcohol. Establishments that serve alcohol must minimise the risks of harm that arises…

CPR training may seem reserved for specialised fields, but the truth is that it’s for everyone who’s interested in taking up the practice. Training in CPR procedures is available nationwide via Registered Training Organisations (RTOs) through face-to-face classes, with certification available within ten business days upon completion of the training course. Gaining the necessary training…

Tragedy can strike at any time. For academic institutions like schools and universities, medical emergencies can occur at random, and for this reason, it’s important for teachers and staff to know how to perform basic first aid and CPR (Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation).   CPR is an emergency procedure that utilises rescue breathing and chest compressions to…

Being able to apply first aid is an important skill set to possess. First aid can save lives in serious circumstances. In less dire situations, it can greatly improve the chances for recovery from a wound or injury.   In Australia, there are Registered Training Organisations (RTOs) that provide first aid certificate and training courses.…

Accidents happen all the time. Because of this, first aid training is an important skill that everyone should have. Having trained in life-saving methods like CPR can mean the difference between life or death in crucial situations, which is why it’s important to have some training in the event of such accidents happening.   There…

Working security is a serious job. It shouldn’t be taken lightly, as people’s lives are involved, and choosing to work in the security field requires a strong sense of responsibility and duty. But what other traits should be involved? Rohen Hancock, General Manager at Chief Group Services, offers insights from his extensive experience vetting applicants…

Let’s be frank for a quick moment: it’s a competitive world out there. Whether it’s in sports, business, or even in seeking employment, finding and attaining an advantage can spell all the difference between achieving goals and missing opportunities. Within the Vocational Education and Training (VET) sector, especially – a growing industry that provides vocational…

Skills You Develop Through the Certificate IV in Training and Assessment, Pt. 1   Working for the Vocational Education and Training (VET) sector requires taking on the TAE series of certifications. The TAE series of certifications is a nationally recognised qualification that employers look positively on when included in a CV. The TAE40116 Certification IV…

The TAE40116 Certificate IV in Training and Assessment elevates every CV it’s listed in – there’s a good reason for this. The TAE40116 – and the rest of the TAE series – are nationally-recognised certifications that are standard requirements when working in the Vocational Education and Training (VET) sector. As well, when seeking work in…

Vocational Education and Training (VET) work is one of the biggest industries in Australia today. Formally recognised by the national government as its own sectoral body, the VET sector has its own national-level certifications for various types of work falling under the VET umbrella. A couple of the occupations that are regulated under the VET…