We focus on understanding your goal/purpose, your previous experience (if relevant) and training, and what you need to learn next.
Completing a certificate course of study will enable you to gain a nationally recognised qualification in your chosen field in the Health (Health Training Package) or Community Services Training Package (Community Services Training Package).
In consultation with our Student Services Team, we consider your previous experience and learner background to best advise you on a learning journey with Amana Living Training Institute.
Our Nationally Recognised Training meets industry and vocational training competency standards, and will prepare you for work or further study.
The duration of course varies based on AQF guidelines outlined in the HLT and CHC Community Services Training Package. This information can be found under each course categories. This is based on the time required by someone who does not hold any of the competencies identified in the relevant units of competency or modules.
Most of the qualifications under Health and CHC Community Services Package have a mandatory work placement as part of the qualification, which can vary from 100 to 120 hours of work placement.
Some students may already hold employment in a care related role and may wish to use some of their recent work to count as part of their placement hours. Please speak to our Student Service Team to assess your situation.
Traineeship, Priority Industry Training (PIT) and Other Government Funded Programs
Amana Living Training Institute can offer eligible students reduced course fees through Government subsided training opportunities under the Jobs and Skills WA programs.
To be eligible for a traineeship program, PIT or other Government funded training, you must meet the criteria set by the Western Australian Department of Training and Workforce Development or the relevant Government department.
Please contact our Student Services Team to find out more about accessing funded courses.
Austudy, Abstudy, Youth Allowance and Pensioner Education Supplement Approved
ALTI’s Certificate II, III and IV Nationally Recognised Training courses are approved courses of study for recipients of Austudy, Abustudy, Youth Allowance and Pensioner Education Supplement.
Your Unique Student Identifier (USI)
If you are undertaking Nationally Recognised Training delivered by a Registered Training Organisation, you will need a USI. This gives you access to an online account containing all your Nationally Recognised Training records and results from 1 January 2015 onwards.
Applicants must reside in Western Australia and demonstrate suitable English skills for example, participants need to be able to read, comprehend, discuss and write simple statements in English.
In line with government standards, up to date COVID and Influenza are required to complete our courses.