At CIT we can customise training to address current needs for accredited or non-accredited delivery. CIT staff work in collaboration with our clients to ensure we provide a tailored, individualised workplace training outcome. Our state of the art resourcing capabilities allow us to overcome workplace constraints while adapting to emerging workplace concerns resulting in a highly adaptive training product. CIT staffing expertise allows us to provide flexible and or blended delivery training models.
Examples of training models for consideration;
- Utilising an organisation’s own training material to provide content for a program
- Short courses, and or chunked block delivery
- Workplace delivery and assessment (pre and post assessment can be arranged)
- Small group training programs
CIT has extensive experience delivering customised training to clients including but not limited to;
- Pacific region Police force
- Infigen Wind
- Serco Immigration Services
- Department of Foreign Affairs
- Australian Border Force
- Therapeutic Goods Association
- St Vincent de Pauls Society
- Mirinjani Aged Care
- Belconnen Community Services - Early Childhood
Early 2016 CIT Electrical College delivered a unique tailored program for Australian Border Force to address risk mitigation around electronic safety of current marine communications Technical Officers on board operating naval vessels. The 3 day non-accredited training program was designed in partnership with ABF officers and CIT Electrical Trades specialist teaching staff utilising sate of the art industry specific training facilities at CIT Fyshwick.
CIT Civil Construction – Earthmoving
CIT Earthmoving has catered courses to meet clients’ needs for over 20 years delivering commercial training working closely with organisations such as: Actew, Cord civil, Guidelines, Huon, TAMS and NASA research station.
Queanbeyan City Council chose to stay with CIT for the delivery of industry required courses. Currently 30 employees are being taken through their 3 yearly refresher training in skid steer loader operations.
CIT Civil Earthmoving regularly assists small operators through to larger organisations achieve and maintain industry compliance for regulatory contract approval procedures. Examples include: Locating and protecting underground services, roller operations, working on steep inclines and declines, skid steer loader, grader, excavator, backhoe, front end loader and all attachment awareness operations.
Our flexible training delivery options allow training at ‘work sites’, at a time more suited to the client, minimising loss of productivity.
High Risk Training School
Flexible delivery of High Risk training involves of identifying and working with local industry to provide training at a place, time and in a mode that is individually tailored to the client. The benefits of this evolutionary model include the identification and incorporation of specific operational and WHS information. This training approach enables CIT to value add to the traditional mandatory learning requirements associated with the specific High Risk training competency being provided to the client.
CIT High Risk School currently provides training to the following industry developers: BLOC, Milin, PBS, Hindmarsh and Richard Crookes. Local Government departments include the ANU & TAMS with training niche models being developed and initiated for specialist organisations such as NASA at the Tidbinbilla tracking station.
CIT High Risk School will be working closely to assist the ACT Government initiative prepare and upskill individuals for work within the local wind and solar power industries providing crucial base entry Work Safe at Heights training.
Community Health Sciences – Community Work
CIT Community Work specialist educators responded to a request from St Vincent De Paul's Society Canberra to address the need for conformity in staff professional report writing addressing mandatory auditing processes. St Vincent De Paul Society Staff were supported through a half day workshop covering; reporting processes, mandatory and legal reporting requirements, writing succinctly without personal bias or subjectivity. The overall objective - create a clear appreciation of the legal requirement for consistent reporting process within the organisation.
Human Services - Aged Care
CIT have worked closely in collaboration with executive Age Care community living staff to design a unique accredited professional learning program to support staff self-empowerment. The program design provides a blended learning approach allowing staff to complete assessment tasks and achieve competence while administering to their workplace responsibilities. Resources and study material are provided via the CIT online environment enabling easy access for staff to complete assessments during workshop time, at home or in the workplace. Students have access to specialist ESL support during all face-to-face workshops with additional assistance available via online correspondence and/or email with CIT facilitators throughout the duration of the course.
Yurauna Indigenous Education Ctr. & Human Services - Disability Support
With the introduction of NDIS, engagement with community is paramount.
Working with Nous Consulting CIT have designed and facilitated delivery of a half day workshop aimed at supporting mainstream NDIS service providers engage with their indigenous workforce and client base. CIT Yurauna and CIT Human Services have supported this introductory program with a niche suite of workshops for the Disability Sector with the purpose of providing 'action tools' to strengthen its ability to:
- engage, retain and support indigenous employees
- engage with indigenous clients in relation to the NDIS and/or other aspects of community support.