Community Services and Health is Australia’s largest industry sector.
There is no doubt that the Australian population is rapidly aging. The good news is that we are living longer as many diseases are now preventable or treatable.
This has however place an increased demand upon community services. The need for high quality trained professional community services and health workers has never been greater.
Simply put, this is where award winning, Corporate First Aid Australia shines.
Our training approach is contemporary, streamlined and meaningful. Our strong connection with industry ensures that our graduates are ‘work ready’.
Our graduates are sought after by industry, and work in a variety of care settings across the South West of Western Australia.
It has been recorded in the Australian Productivity Commission Report, Caring for Older Australians (2011) that by 2050, the projected workforce deficit in aged care supply will reach almost 280,000.
There has never been a better time than right now, to obtain high quality qualifications in this interesting and challenging industry sector.
Join the thousands who have trained with the Corporate First Aid Australia and discover why we are the Community Services and Health Training specialists.
Corporate First Aid Australia is not a typical RTO.
Corporate First Aid Australia is led by award winning, Director, Jane Goff, a highly accomplished critical care nurse with over 20 years of front line experience. Jane knows first-hand the real difference that highly experienced and professionally qualified employees make.
Jane hand-picks her team of qualified trainers who are exceptional nursing professionals. Her trainers maintain their industry currency as they are in continual contact with the community services and health sector, as front line professionals and workplace assessors.
Her team know exactly what is required to deliver first aid and to train competent carers. They understand the significant contribution trained professionals make to the lives of people in emergencies, in aged care facilities and other care settings, such as individual homes.
Carers who work for community organisations may also assist people in their own homes to maintain their independence and well-being, either as a long term client or while they recover after a hospital stay.
Training with CFAA ensure that graduates are ‘work ready’ and
- the individual student experience is enjoyable, relevant and meaningful,
- the community services and health sector benefits by the delivery of contemporary streamlined training, and
- the community is supported by high quality trained community services and health professionals.
CFAA commenced operation in 2005, and obtained Registered Training Organisation (RTO) status in 2009.
Responding to rapid growth in student numbers, in 2012, CFAA leased its own training facilities in Bunbury. In 2016, CFAA is located in the Leadership Centre at 6A Victoria Street, Bunbury.