Placement

Gain crucial experience with on-site placements.

Students have the opportunity to connect with employers during their placement as well as gain the practical skills and knowledge in order to best prepare for the workplace.

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Students have the opportunity to connect with employers during their placement as well as gain the practical skills and knowledge in order to best prepare for the workplace.
What is workplace placement?

Workplace based learning gives you the opportunity to apply your knowledge on the job and helps you to understand your career options.

Placement gives the opportunity for on the job training and supports to be given to our students in a real workplace environment. Most of our courses require you to complete a number of hours in a workplace-based setting and carry out an on-the-job performance assessment. For example, some of our Certificate III and IV qualifications include (minimum) 120 hours of work placement, during which you are assessed on your practical ability.

Where can I do my placement?

Our parent company, Amana Living offers residential care, housing, respite care, transition care and dementia services, across the Perth metro, Australind, Kalgoorlie and Albany.

Amana Living is the only major aged care organisation to have its own Registered Training Organisation. This enables Amana Living Training Institute (ALTI) the ability to offer work placements, traineeships and possible employment opportunities for our students. It is an assurance that no other Registered Training Organisation in Western Australia can provide.

As well as offering work placements within Amana Living, ALTI has a number of partner organisations who may be suitable for your workplace placement.

Placement Requirements

You are expected to attend placement on the days that have been designated to you and record the hours that you attend.

Prior to commencing placement, you must:

  • Have a police clearance (no older than six months)
  • Provide proof of flu vaccination (unless medically exempt)
  • Attend placement on the days that have been designated to you and record the hours that you attend. 

This will be cross checked by your trainer and reported back to the Student Service Team Member. 

If you have a question or concern while you are attending your placement, please contact our Student Services Team on 1300 492 703.

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