We are pleased to announce new dates in June for our well supported networks, to be held in Wyong NSW.
* ECEC - Monday 20 June
* Individual Support - Monday 27 June
We have successfully convened networks in regional locations and welcome the opportunity to do so with those who would like to participate across NSW. Please contact us to discuss your needs and future possibilities.
#MakingSense of CHC & HLT Workshop
This workshop is critical to undertanding the changes to the training packages and ensuring quality training strategies and assessment outcomes. It is a great opportunity to get together with other RTOs to share thoughts, raise concerns and discuss issues regarding the implementation of the new CHC and HLT training packages. We will be announcing more dates and venues soon.
Sample of previous invitation click here
Online library of FREE LLN videos
What Works for LLN is funded under the Workplace English Language and Literacy (WELL) Program by the Australian Government Department of Education and Training. This online library includes videos for VET trainers, managers and workplace supervisors. The videos support the delivery of LLN units from the TAE training package and provide professional development opportunities for RTOs.
What Works for LLN click here
«Changes and more changes......
With the many changes in VET and the training packages, our e-resources to the left are undergoing revisions and/or disabled. Please go to our Products Page for current resources or contact us for more information.
Our e-learning site has been closed for maintenance. In the meantime, some resources have been added to this website.
Click on Products in left menu or click here
Endorsement of CHC & HLT Training Packages
Final endorsement of the entire CHC and HLT Training Packages was made by the Australian Indusrty and Skills Committee on 1 December. All can be accessed on www.training.gov.au
The CSHISC has published Companion Volumes, Videos, FAQs and mapping documents to support implementation of the training packages and all can be found on their website www.csh-itab.com.au
Companion Volumes Click here
Mapping documents Click here
Videos Click here
FAQs Click here
2016 Assessor Network
Plan now to join us in 2016!
First established in 2006, the network has continued to meet the needs of trainers and assessors by providing the opportunity for professional converstaion addressing current VET and training package requirements and the challenges to achieve best practice in training and assessing.
Mark your calendar: The Network meetings will be held on the 17th day of February, May, August and November from 10am-12:30pm.
Invitation click here
Registration form click here
VENUE for 17 August:
NSW Dental Assisting Assn, 4/116 Percival St, STANMORE (entry in Temple St)
New members welcomed!
New Traineeship Arrangements
NSW Vocational Training Orders (VTOs) hafve been updated to align to the latest version of the CHC Community Services and HLT Health Training Packages. Details are in the Commissioner's Information Bulletins 635 and 636 and can be viewed at www.training.nsw.gov.au
CS&HISC 2015 Environmental Scan
CS&HISC has released its 8th annual environment scan, EScan 2015: Building a Healthy Future.
With the CSH ITAB’s active engagement across our sectors in NSW, it is interesting to note current trends from the report including that:
We are happy to announce the launch of our free
smart phone app for care workers and caregivers
This app has been developed by NSW Community Services & Health Industry Training Advisory Body and Aged & Community Services NSW & ACT. The project was possible due the funding made available by Health Workforce Australia, an Australian Government initiative.
iNotice may be downloaded for free from the App Store for iPhone or iPod touch and from Google Play™ for Android™ .
For more information Click here
NEW iNotice Professional Development Program and Resources
Industry developed, this free resource has been created for use by aged care community workers.
Available now for free, go to our Products Page
|Last updated 20 May 2016|
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