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Attend an information session at the Amana Living Training Institute.

Information Sessions

Attend an information session at the Amana Living Training Institute.

Not sure what you need?

Get in touch with the Amana Living Training Team, who can help with what you need.

Who is it for?

Take a step closer to a career in one of Australia’s fastest growing sectors.

Attendees will gain an insight into an aged care career and what it is like to study with ALTI.

Our information sessions are geared toward people interested in studying Certificates II, III, and IV in:

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Aged Care

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Home Care

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Community Services

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Disability Support

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Allied Health

What to bring

What to bring with you on the day

Interested in training?

You’ll have the opportunity to enrol in a course on the day, so please bring with you:

  • Photo ID
  • Unique Student Identifier (USI) Number
  • Proof of residency (i.e Australian Passport/Citizenship documents/Birth Certificate/ Permanent Residency)

Need funding support?

If you wish to receive funding to support your studies, you will need to bring:

  • Photo ID
  • Resume 
  • Concession Card (if applicable)
Work placement documents

The below items are not required at enrolment, but will be required prior to arranging a work placement:

  • Current Police Clearance or NDIS Worker Screening Check 
  • Flu and COVID-19 vaccinations (unless medically exempt). This is an Australian Government requirement to work in aged care. 
What is covered?

What is covered in the information sessions?

The information sessions are for prospective students interested in a career in aged or disability care and want further information about studying with Amana Living Training Institute.

These information sessions cover a wide range of topics including:

  • An introduction to Amana Living Training Institute

  • The role of the Student Services Team (SST)

  • Course structure

  • Timetables

  • Work placements

  • Jobs

  • Working for Amana Living

As well as providing you with helpful information, our team can also enrol you on the day. Please refer to the ‘What to bring’ section to make this process as easy as possible.

An Introduction to ALTI

An introduction to Amana Living Training Institute

Amana Living Training Institute (ALTI) is a Registered Training Organisation (RTO no. 0609)

We have delivered quality accredited and non-accredited training to thousands of Western Australians since 1998.

ALTI offers:

  • Training to external organisations and students;

  • Ageing, Disability, Home and Community, and Allied Health training programs, and;

  • Customised training to meet the changing needs of the care industry.

ALTI is committed to providing a consistently high standard of training through analysing feedback and constantly trying to improve our performance. We encourage and foster a positive learning experience and provide you with an appropriate delivery mode for your learning.

ALTI will aim to:

  • Be open and honest at all times;

  • Be respectful and courteous in their dealings with students

  • Ensure that information provided is current, accurate, impartial and consistent

  • Be available by telephone, email and in person

  • Respond quickly and accurately to requests for support Student Services Team (SST)

The role of the Student Services Team (SST)

The Student Services Team (SST) is your central point of contact during your studies at Amana Living Training Institute.

The SST is committed to providing you with a learning environment that will assist you in acquiring the skills and knowledge for you to improve your work performance.

Their role includes:


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