An Open Day was held on 26 October at Training HQ, located at 6 A/ B Victoria Street, Bunbury. Representatives from employment service providers, recruitment agencies and apprenticeship and traineeship companies gathered at Training HQ to celebrate the co-location of two private Registered Training Organisations, Corporate First Aid Australia and Combined Team Services.
The CFAA team need no excuse to don the party frocks and we were ecstatic to glam up again, for the West Australian Regional Achievement and Community Awards, held at Perth Hyatt Regency on Saturday night. A select group of finalists was selected from 350 entries.
At CFAA our team is always on the go delivering high-quality training to a wide range of clients at our location or at the worksite. Our nurses know just how important foot health is. CFAA’s Training Manager Dianne Needham recently delivered First Aid training to the friendly administrative team at South West Foot and Ankle Centre.
Whether on a formal or informal basis, carers make a huge impact in the lives of others. According to the Australian Bureau of Statistics (2015) Survey of Disability, Ageing and Carers, in 2015 there were 2.7 million unpaid carers in Australia, with around 856,000 carers (32%) acting as primary carers. If you are interested in exploring a formal qualification as a carer, or would like to be recognised for what you already know and do, contact CFAA on 1300 177 337.
Arthritis is a large and very complex family of diseases, with over 100 types of arthritis and related conditions. The common link is that these conditions cause damage to joints and connective tissues. This makes the tasks of everyday life very challenging and often extremely painful, making living a ‘normal life’ impossible for some.
Corporate First Aid Australia is proud to be associated with RSL Care WA, a West Australian aged care service provider and registered charity organisation. Corporate First Aid Australia’s CHC33015 Certificate III in Individual Support students are placed with a range of agencies in the South West region, including RSL Care WA.
In response to concerns over the national home care system, COTA has launched consultantion surveys. These surveys are designed for older Australians, their family, carers and home care package providers to have their say.
The month of October marks a focus on workplace safety. Register your commitment to improving workplace safety by enrolling your team in First Aid training with multi-award winning Corporate First Aid Australia. Ring CFAA today, on 1300 177 337 to book your First Aid training and CPR Refresher courses.
It is often said that change is a matter of certainty. The odds are however stacked in your favour, when two local highly respected Registered Training Organisations, work in partnership to deliver high-quality vocational education and training. CFAA and CTS have co-located at 6A/B Victoria Street, Bunbury WA, affectionately known as Training HQ.
A five-year review of aged care reforms championed by the former Secretary of Finance and current Chair of the Aged Care Sector Committee, David Tune included 38 recommendations.