The Agriculture Chemical Skill Set offers free* accredited training for eligible applicants who works with chemicals in their everyday work and will give them the skills and knowledge to safely work with chemicals. This course is tuition fee-free for eligible applicants, material fees still apply.
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The Course in Identifying and Responding to Family Violence Risk offers free* accredited training for eligible applicants. The course is offered fee-free to applicants who do not have family violence as a core function of their role and are currently employed or volunteering in a universal service organisation such as a school, early childhood, justice, community and health services, sport and recreation organisation or faith-based organisation.
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The Introduction to the NDIS offers free* accredited training for eligible current and future workers that work with the NDIS. They will gain the necessary information to understand the type of direct support work required for working within the NDIS.
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The Course in Working Safely in the Solar Industry offers free* accredited training for eligible electricians, plumbers, apprentices and trade assistants who want to increase their safety awareness on solar installations. This course is funded as part of the Victorian Government's Solar Homes training and workforce development package in conjunction with the Department of Education and Training’s Skills First package.
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This new free Customer Service short course provides you with the essential skills and knowledge for a customer-facing role in travel, tourism, retail or hospitality. This is the perfect course for someone wanting to skill up to enter the workforce or enhance their skills in their current role. Plus it is currently being offered free for eligible students and offered over three short sessions via virtual classroom.