New skills for Glenray trainees

Access Knowledge has been providing workplace training to provide essential work skills to both new and existing workers over the last few years. Many of our learners have a disability or low language, literacy and numeracy skills. To help these learners achieve positive outcomes we have adjusted learning resources and assessments and a training delivery model that will best meets learners needs.

We recently partnered with Glenray, an Australian Disability Enterprise (ADE) in Bathurst, to provide accredited training to some of their employees. The training was an opportunity for employees to build on their existing skills and learn new skills.

The training was customised for Glenray’ s employees, with both training and assessment methods created to meet the individual needs of employees.  Training was provided in Workplace Safety and Quality, Environmental aspects of work and Teamwork. All units came from the MSM30116 Certificate III in Process Manufacturing, training can be provided as a complete certificate or shorter skill sets created for a shorter training as we did with Glenray.

We offer full qualifications, traineeships, or ‘Skill Sets’. Skill Sets are customised training programs to meet individual needs (2-6 units from a training package) and are delivered in a short time frame (2-4 weeks depending on units chosen).

Access Knowledge has several training packages on scope including Certificate III in Process Manufacturing and SIR30216 Certificate III in Retail. We also have Foundation Skills (FSK10119 and FSK10219) that are aimed at learners with low language, literacy and numeracy skills and school leavers who need additional support to transition from school into the workforce.