Welcome to Staysafe Industry Training

Staysafe Industry Training is an Australian Qualifications Skills Authority Registered Training Organisation who offers nationally accredited training. We are able to deliver all qualifications on our scope throughout Australia. We have a Head Office in Raby, NSW and a delivery site in Peregian Springs, QLD and Keswick, Adelaide, SA.

We offer a range of training options in the construction industry on the Sunshine Coast (majority), Brisbane, Gold Coast and South Burnett areas (group bookings required), however, it has been identified in collaboration with industry the need to diversify into other trade areas as indicated on the National Skills Needs lists and feedback from the community.

Diversify

We will be diversifying into other industries, such as; retail, tourism, business administration, civil construction and hospitality, offering qualifications and short courses such as high risk, social media, operate an espresso machine and responsible service of alcohol. This will be achieved through partnership arrangements with industry and community organisations.

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Who is Staysafe

Our mission is to break down barriers that stop people in urban, rural and remote communities from accessing opportunities to learn and deepen their knowledge and skills to gain nationally accredited units in partial completion of a qualification or a full qualification.

Our mission can be achieved through consultation and collaboration with employers and community groups  throughout Australia where quality, diversity and inclusiveness are at the forefront.

Diversity: understanding that each individual is unique, and recognizing our individual differences

Collaboration: by consulting with employers from small and large businesses who have a vision of empowering their employees and others within the community

Quality: by maintaining compliance, offering quality training and assessment materials, activities, qualified trainers and assessors 

Inclusiveness: by including people who might otherwise be excluded or marginalized, such as those who have physical or mental disabilities and members of minority groups.

Industry and community organisation partnership program

Staysafe is keen to hear from local businesses all around Australia who perceive a need in their community for accredited training. We welcome the opportunity to partner with local businesses in urban, rural and remote communities to close training gaps in your local market. We want to be proactive in providing a service to your community.

While becoming an RTO may not be a solution as start up maybe costly and compliance a burden, we make it easy for you to discuss training needs for your community. If what we have on our scope does not fit your needs, we can certainly look at adding to our scope. There are formalities such as consulting on training strategies, a heads of agreement, learner workbooks and assessments, trainer and assessor qualifications, what to charge, funding options which may be available.

If you have an idea of the type of training, however not certain of the unit and qualification code and title, our expertise can assist you to determine this as well as choose elective units to fit job roles. How you want training to occur is another consideration such as face to face, distance, e-learning or blended learning.

If this is of interest to you, we would like to hear from you. You can email: contact@sitedu.com.au or call 1300 748 338. Discussions can take place via face time, skype or in person. Whatever is convenient for both parties.

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I’d highly recommend working with Louise. Very down to Earth , relaxed and friendly. Louise is extremely knowledgeable and professional with the ability to communicate in a language relative to my industry.

Facebook review 24/01/2019

Cale Storer

Louise is very knowledgable and very friendly. Makes the whole process bearable. I recommend using her services.

Facebook review 13/10/2018

Peter Ball

Amazing service thank you very much

Facebook review 14/11/2019

Adam Biddle

Louise holds great one-on-one classes! If you’re thinking of getting one of these courses done, I recommend giving ‘staysafe Industry Training’ a call.

Facebook review 12/06/2018

Joel Allen

Audit services – what price do you put on compliance?

Staysafe Industry Training provides a range of review and audit services against the Registered Standards for Registered Training Organisations 2015. Services includes:

  • Becoming an RTO including assisting with preparing for audit
  • Quarterly reviews to maintain compliance
  • Review of training strategy documents
  • Review of training materials and assessment tools
  • Review of internal policies and procedures
  • Review of trainer and assessor profiles including sufficient professional development in VET and Vocational
  • Addition to scope
  • Attending an ASQA audit
  • RTO renewal application
  • After an ASQA audit such as reviewing evidence presented at audit and the audit report including responding to the auditor report
  • Any other ASQA compliance issue
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Promoting Tolerance and Inclusiveness

Disability training mentoring services

What does tolerance and inclusiveness mean: breaking down barriers such as isolation, exclusion, marginalisation, misunderstanding and discrimination by creating opportunity, one on one mentoring, training, and treating those with disability fairly and equally.

What services can Staysafe provide for disability?

Reasonable adjustment in assessment is underpinned by the Disability Discrimination Act 1992 and the Disability Standards for Education 2005. Sometimes reasonable adjustments, are made to:

  • an admission or
  • enrolment
  • learning environment
  • training delivery
  • learning resources and/or assessment tasks to accommodate the particular needs of a learner with a disability.

An adjustment is reasonable if it can accommodate the learner’s particular needs, while also taking into account factors such as:

  • the views of the learner
  • the potential effect of the adjustment on the learner and others
  • the costs and benefits of making the adjustment.

In assessing whether a particular adjustment for a student is reasonable, regard should be had for all the relevant circumstances and interests including the following:

  • the students disability
  • consulting with the student or the students associate
  • the effect of the adjustment on the student, including the effect on the student’s
  • ability to achieve learning outcomes
  • and ability to participate in courses and programs and independence
  • the effect of the proposed adjustment on anyone else affected, including the staff, education provider, staff and other students; the costs and benefits of making the adjustment.
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