These students had studied diligently for 18 weeks including completing a Vocational Placement in industry of at least 120 hours. Trainers, Wayne Morden and Sandy Baker, were thrilled to see the students so overjoyed and proud of their achievements.
Of the total of 28 graduates, 23 have already commenced work. Sandy said “It is so rewarding to see the change in these students from Day 1 where they are often nervous and anxious, to Graduation where they are confident and ready to commence an exciting new chapter in their lives. As trainers, our reward is witnessing the students’ development.”
IMPACT Community Services will commence courses in the near future:
Certificate III in Individual Support (Disability) 15 MAY 2018
Certificate III in Individual Support (Home and Community) 28 MAY 2018
Certificate III in Hospitality 21 MAY 2018
Please call on 0741 534233 to enquire about these or future courses and to discuss eligibility for subsidised funding.
This training is proudly funded and supported by the Queensland Government through the Skilling Queenslanders for Work initiative.