Activ’s registered training organisation (RTO), Activ Pathways, is set to benefit from the State Government’s $57 million fee reduction package for the training sector.
The package focuses on areas
, such as disability services, with current and emerging job opportunities that will help the state’s recovery post-COVID-19.
There has been a strong demand for Activ Pathways training programs – in particular Certificate III in Individualised Support and the Certificate IV in Disability – as people look to upskill and meet immediate and emerging skill requirements.
Activ Pathways also offers training for people living with intellectual disability in a variety of areas including business, manufacturing and leadership.
This year the Activ Pathways team delivered training to 150 non-Activ staff in locations as diverse as Kununurra, Roebourne, Narrogin, Geraldton, Broome, Karratha and Albany.
The nationally recognised courses are delivered by qualified trainers at locations that best suit the needs of the enrolled students.
To learn more about the training opportunities available, click here.