If you live in Western Australia you have the opportunity to access a subsidised training course under Jobs & Skills WA.
Jobs & Skills WA government subsidised training makes gaining your qualification affordable and achievable, with subsidies that reduce the costs in specified Traineeship courses under User Choice, and many certificate and diploma level courses as Priority Industry Qualifications.
Jobs & Skills WA flexible eligibility rules makes subsidised training open to eligible Western Australian residents, regardless of employment status and the qualifications you hold.
Now is the time to take up this opportunity. It’s time to get skilled for the future!
Jobs & Skills WA courses are subsidised by the Department of Training and Workforce Development.
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The Advanced Diploma of Banking Services Management will help you develop high level skills in managing people performance and the co-ordinating the sale of financial products and services. These are key skills in the ever changing banking sector. Other subjects include organisational change and continuous improvement with a focus on customer service management.
The Certificate II in Business will give you the essential work skills needed to start a career in an office or business environment. Learn how to prioritise work tasks, help customers and work safely in a business environment. The Certificate II in Business qualification allows elective choices to suit the different needs for a range of entry level office roles.
This Certificate II in Financial Services is the perfect starting point for a career in banking. You will develop a greater understanding of the Australian financial system and how credit works. You can also gain the skills and specialised knowledge to prepare for a future role as a customer service officer, teller, cashier, lending or administration officer.
The Certificate III in Accounts Administration qualification covers both sides of the accounts clerical role i.e. accounts payable and receivable. In the process, you will learn about journals and ledgers and how to manage and reconcile petty cash. You will also learn key support functions like writing letters and basic word processing skills.
The Certificate III in Business will ensure that you develop key business skills in customer service and workplace safety, and then provides the flexibility to allow you to choose electives that suit your specific needs. Elective options include business writing, cross selling, time management, purchasing and many office computer applications such as word processing and desktop publishing.
The Certificate III in Business Administration is a specialist administration course designed for entry level administrative staff looking to increase their office skills in one of two tailored areas - Microsoft Office applications or accounts administration. Learn word processing, spreadsheets and email communication with an elective option to learn desktop publishing or accounts clerical.
The Certificate III in Business Administration (Legal) is the ideal course to kick start your legal administration career towards that ideal Legal Secretary role. This qualification provides an essential background into how the legal sector operates and ensures that you are aware of the etiquette and legal terminology needed to carry out legal administration tasks.
The Certificate III in Business Administration (Medical) focusses on the specialist skills needed to work as a medical receptionist. You will learn about medical terminology, medicare accounts, skills to manage medical supplies and how to manage patient appointments. As well as understanding the workings of a medical practice you will develop essential touch typing skills.
Certificate III in Customer Engagement addresses the skills needed in customer contact roles in the growing call centre industry. These include skills to deliver a rewarding customer service experience, and the ability to manage priorities and workplace challenges. You will gain a solid understanding of call centre systems and culture, and have a range of electives to suit career goals.
The Certificate III in Financial Services will develop your finance industry and compliance knowledge as well as develop essential skills in customer service. Select electives in banking transactions to equip you for key service roles in banking, or sales and service options for roles in the broader finance sector. You can also meet ASIC RG146 Tier 2 accreditation requirements as part of your elective subject choice. Or choose general finance and accounts clerical subjects if banking isn't your focus.
The Certificate III in General Insurance will give you a strong introduction into the insurance industry. You will be able to transfer your knowledge into the workplace almost immediately as you will become adept at issuing quotes, understanding the renewal process and making approved policy alterations and cancellations. ASIC Tier 2 accreditation is also a part of this qualification.
Large organisations have sophisticated records management systems. Start a career in this specialist professional field with the Certificate III in Recordkeeping. Learn about the control, retrieval and disposal of records, as well as the legislation and codes that apply to the record keeping sector. A wide range of elective options are available to meet your specific interests.
The Certificate IV in Accounting qualification delivers learning outcomes in manual double entry bookkeeping and computerised accounting (using MYOB). It covers all key accounting functions such as processing journals, budget preparation, payroll, preparing financial statements and preparing a BAS. This qualification will start your accountancy career.
With the electives available, the Certificate IV in Banking Services can be tailored to focus on lending and sales and service. This course can be specifically tailored to help you gain the knowledge needed to grow your retail banking career into the direction you want to take.
The Certificate IV in Bookkeeping will give you the practical skills in terms of setting up and maintaining a computerised accounting and payroll system. You will learn how to generate and interpret financial statements as well as gain an understanding of your industry related compliance obligations.
Build on your existing office skills with the Certificate IV in Business. Ensure that you have the necessary safety and customer service management skills and also enjoy the widest choice of business subjects and electives possible. This creates a learning platform that can suit any combination of business skills needed and match your interests.
The Certificate IV in Business Administration will develop your advanced administrative, business writing and Microsoft Office application skills. Elective choices allow you to choose subjects that suit your career goals, whether that be to develop marketing or networking skills, or team leadership skills for those seeking to move into an office managers role.
The Certificate IV in Business Sales will show you how to hone your sales techniques, improve your networking skills and maximise potential prospects. Elective options allow you to also address customer service delivery, learn about marketing promotions, develop skills to lead a winning sales team or to create successful and achievable sales plans.
This Certificate IV in Credit Management is ideal for new lenders and internal collections officers. As part of the course, you will learn how to process applications for credit, implement risk management strategies and resolve disputes - all of which are key areas in the credit management industry. Whether a lender or a collector - learn about both parts of the credit management role.
Certificate IV in Customer Engagement builds on your existing call entre experience and develops higher level customer engagement and workplace coaching skills specifically for a contact centre. Learn key skills in leadership, process improvement, operational planning or sales planning, from a wide elective choice that allows you to tailor the course to your needs.
The Certificate IV in Finance and Mortgage Broking will deliver the skills and specialist knowledge needed to operate as a successful and effective finance or mortgage broker. This course has been tailored to meet the requirements of ASIC RG206, and ensures a thorough understanding of the key lending requirements around responsible lending and disclosure.
When you undertake the Certificate IV in Financial Practice Support you will be introduced to concepts relating to financial plan preparation and implementation so that you will be able to provide invaluable support to the financial planners and para planners within your organisation. You will also gain an understanding of compliance obligations whilst meeting the Tier 2 requirements of ASIC RG146.
The Certificate IV in Financial Services will help take you to the next level of your finance career, and allow you to upskill in areas that suit your specific career goals and business needs. You can also meet the ASIC adviser and credit licensing requirements by selection of electives. This course is ideal for banking roles like senior tellers, customer service officers, lenders and branch supervisors who want to take the next career step.
This Certificate IV in General Insurance covers specialist insurance content such as claims processing and/or underwriting risk in depth, as well as the organisation leadership and team building skills you need to deliver ongoing benefits to your current or future business unit. Choose to specialise in underwriting or claims; or select both.
The Certificate IV in Human Resources covers all key HR functional areas to ensure a solid knowledge base for those entering the HR profession or those wanting to learn specific aspects of HR. By focusing on the policies and procedures that drive your recruitment, appraisal, industrial relations and retention processes, this Certificate IV qualification will ensure that you have a strong skill set in each HR specialist area.
Is your next step a leadership role? The Certificate IV in Leadership and Management offers leadership and management subjects to build essential leadership, prioritising, planning and communication skills. Electives allow flexibility to study other areas of interest such as risk management, business writing and customer service delivery.
The specialist Certificate IV in Legal Services course is designed to develop advanced administration and para-legal skills that will enable you to take the next step in your legal administration career. Key skills such as legal research and document preparation are addressed, as is ensuring that you have a strong understanding of the Australian legal system.
For experienced Records Officers, the Certificate IV in Recordkeeping will give you the advanced skills you need to properly control essential business records, apply appraisal and classification systems and implement correct disposal actions. This makes the Certificate IV in Recordkeeping the perfect course for any recordkeeping officer that wants to show commitment to advancing their career.
The Certificate IV in Work Health and Safety will advance your specialist safety knowledge and abilities across an impressive range of critical safety topics such as: risk management, WHS consultation and committees, managing safety incidents, monitoring safe work practices and sustaining safety information. This course suits safety officers and specialists.
The Diploma of Financial Services is considered to be one of the most flexible diploma qualifications for financial service managers and leaders. Select a range of electives that suit your needs to enable you to specialise or to branch out and open up a broader range of career opportunities.
The Diploma of Leadership and Management offers a broad spectrum of leadership and management subjects to help you develop your existing skills and prepare for a management role. Learn effective team management, quality operational planning techniques and effective people performance management. Electives allow options in risk management, sales planning and staff development, amongst other worthwhile topics.
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