RTO Status and Beyond the Pleasure Dome
NEWS UPDATE | 2 Minute Read
Written by Matthew Nolan
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RTO News Summary:
- On the Job Training is now a registered training organisation (RTO 70023)
- Realising our goals to aid better quality learning
- Expanding scope to include civil and resource infrastructure units and earth moving
- New and key courses available undercover
- Online training support through videos, podcasts and documents
- Future of HRWL training through simulation
- For a limited time, courses by demand
We are now On the Job Training (RTO 70023)
What an eventful few months it’s been at On the Job Training. For starters, we recently acquired IM Training Pty Ltd, making us officially a registered training organisation: On the Job Training (RTO 70023) is born.
What does that mean for our customers?
Not much really, we still deliver the same level of industry leading training and assessment, but now we will be enrolling students directly with On The Job Training, and will use our logo on the top of certificates issued.
What does this mean for us?
It’s an exciting time and opportunity to realise our goals as an RTO. These goals include better quality learning delivery, new machinery and theory courses supported by e-learning modules. These aren’t just vanity driven goals though; ultimately we want to deliver training that produces more job ready candidates and in turn safer operators.
What might be more interesting to you though is we now have the scope to conduct civil and resource infrastructure units and qualifications. We’ll be launching a new suite of courses such as earth moving, traffic control, civil plant tickets and more to complement our current public offerings.
Our ‘sand pit’ has also expanded, with our ‘Pleasure Dome‘ housing opportunity for undercover all weather EWP, Forklift, Fabricating, Scaffolding and working in confined spaces training. Check out our short ‘Coming Soon’ video below to learn more about what’s happening.
Online learning support to suit all learning styles
We recently added online learning support in the form of videos, podcasts and documents to aid theoretical and practical learning of our courses. We’ve had overwhelmingly positive feedback about these, which allows our students to access them at any time. They can reinforce their learning or get their head around some of the trickier subjects (such as for our more advanced courses). We’re doing our best to accommodate all learning styles to aid students at an individual level.
Maximise practical learning while with us
This is just the tip of the iceberg. Our aim is to give students the opportunity to be up to speed on theory before stepping foot in our yard so they can focus on maximising their hands on machinery while with us.
And the future of high risk training?
Well that’s also a story for another time – but needless to say our goal is for there to be more reasons not to go anywhere else for HRWL training via cutting edge simulation.
We’re taking your course requests
Finally, for a limited time we’re doing ‘courses by request’. If you or your company need high risk training NOW, then we’re running courses on demand. Just get in touch to discuss your needs with us and we’ll do everything we can to accommodate them.
Thanks again all of you for your continued support as we strive for better quality learning in our industry!
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The Queensland Government only requires you to train on one of the many types of cranes you’re allowed to operate holding a Slewing Mobile Crane C6 Licence. For us, this inadequately prepares you as being ‘job ready’. We offer the ability to operate as many of 6 of these mobile cranes – check out our video with what some of students and trainers had to say about this industry leading course.
Meet King Duffy Our in house Franna Expert
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