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Information for potential new students
To kick-start your new career, here’s some useful information about enrolling at Amana Living Training Institute. Our Student Handbook can be downloaded here.
ALTI has developed aged care and disability care training programs in line with our expertise in the care sector. All our courses meet national requirements and are rigorously reviewed for quality through Continuous Improvement processes.
ALTI trainers are practising health care professionals and training is delivered using a blended training model, which includes:
Face to face clustered lecturer/trainer directed workshops
Workshop based practical skills and written assessments
On the job training and assessments
If you choose ALTI as your training provider, you’ll get access to industry leading training and guaranteed work placements in Perth. Before applying for a course at the Amana Living Training Institute, check that you meet the entry criteria.
Potential Amana Living Training Institute students must be:
An Australian citizen or permanent resident to apply.
A current resident of Western Australia.
Able to read, comprehend, discuss and write simple statements in English.
To be eligible for a Traineeship Program or Government Funded Training, you must meet the criteria set by The Western Australian Department of Training and Workforce Development or relevant Government Department. Please refer to the full entry and eligibility requirements for your course, which can be found under each course listed on the Courses page.
Help choosing a course
ALTI trains hundreds of students every year across courses in aged care and disability care, ranging from entry level through to more experienced staff.
If you need help deciding on what course is right for you, our helpful Student Services Team can provide you with guidance. Speak to the team by calling ALTI Monday to Friday, 8.30am to 4.30pm.
New Announcement April 2023
Amana Living Training Institute is proud to announce that we will be delivering the latest aged, disability and allied health accredited training courses from the recently released National Training Package.
For more information regarding this change in our courses and what this will mean for your enrolment, please view the short presentation video below.
Application and Enrolment
Once you have determined you are eligible and have chosen a course, you can commence the enrolment process by:
Phoning ALTI on 1300 492 703 Monday to Friday, 8.30am to 4.30pm
Completing the online enrolment form, which you can find here.
Emailing ALTI on firstname.lastname@example.org, or
Visiting our premises at Level 1, 1-9 Tanunda Drive, Rivervale WA 6103 during business hours.
To enrol in an accredited course, the Enrolment Form must be completed and signed by you. If you are under a traineeship program, the Enrolment form must be signed by both yourself and your Manager.
Selection and Admission
Employers can nominate employees or individuals can nominate themselves to participate in public courses provided at ALTI, subject to meeting prerequisite enrolment requirements.
You will be advised in writing when your application is received. Once your enrolment has been accepted and confirmed, you will be contacted by our Student Services Team (SST) member to arrange a Pre-Course Meeting date.
If the selected course of training is not available an alternative course will be recommended where possible.
All students are required to provide a Unique Student Identifier (USI) number at the time of enrolment. Learn more about what a USI is here.
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