At Workright, we believe in making learning fun and adventurous to achieve maximum learning outcomes for all our students.
As a student, you will significantly improve your knowledge and skills, and will gain new understandings and attitudes whilst undertaking training specifically relevant to the high demands of commerce and industry, as well as your specific workplace.
We endeavour to ensure that our training and education is:
- Equitable – based on the truth that every person is unique – no two people are alike, and thus the aspirations, abilities and needs of each person need to be considered in the preparation, delivery, evaluation and assessment of all we do.
- Current – based on current world’s best practices for workplaces, and readily adaptable to local industry and/or local legislation.
- Practical – be able to apply equally in the workplace (industry or commerce), to the community and in the home.
- Academically Sound – the standards of the vocational programs that we offer are constantly undergoing review, evaluation, upgrading and assessment by the Quality Control Unit of Workright Australia. All training modules and Units of Competence are nationally recognised under Australian Skills Quality Authority (ASQA) and all our trainers all have professional, academic qualifications, with a minimum of 5 years industry experience in their field.
- Encouraging – recognising that everyone needs encouragement, our trainers, tutors and mentors are selected on the basis of their – personal qualities; academic qualifications; current industry expertise; and practical abilities.
- Cost Effective – Workright Australia ensures that people and organisations are not excluded from training because of financial constraints. Our prices are competitive and flexible payment arrangements can be arranged to ensure that anyone may access the training that they require for their professional development.
- Flexible – We recognise the ever changing needs of individuals and organisations, and have designed our training delivery to provide maximum flexibility. Training may be undertaken on a Unit basis or as part of a full qualification. Delivery modes include face-to-face, intensive, distance or blended delivery methods. Likewise, if an individual’s life circumstances change, they can stop and start their qualification to work around their changing circumstances. Workright Australia’s flexible approach to human needs means that ill-health, long service leave, parenting leave and annual leave no longer need interrupt professional development or training.
When you attend a training session, be sure to wear comfortable smart casual clothing.
You will find plenty of car parking areas located in close proximity to training venues.
To ensure fairness to all students, we have devised the following Training Etiquette Guide:
- turn off all mobile phones;
- please be punctual to training sessions;
- smoking is not permitted on the premises.
Further information regarding our policies and processes are located at gem-college.com