On-Site Training Services

Do you find it difficult to release your staff for training, or find it challenging to coordinate a location for off-site training? Connection Group Australia makes it easier. We can provide trainers across Australia & Offshore, for a number of our qualifications and short courses. 

In an environment of skills shortages, the ability to train and develop your own workforce is increasingly required to achieve operational success. All of our courses can be offered on-site at your facility, provided it meets the required training and assessment criteria. 

Our highly skilled team will connect with management to help provide solutions needed to ensure workforces are trained and ready to operate assets efficiently and safely.  

 

Venue Agreement & Site Suitability Check

The purpose of this is to ensure that the nominated venue for training and assessment(s) meets the minimum requirements of the chosen Short Course or Qualification and that the training and assessment can be done safely and efficiently on-site. 

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Frequently Asked Questions

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Absolutely, provided we can come to the conclusion between Client and Connection Group Australia that suitable compliant plant and equipment required will be available to undertake the VOC, we are able to quote for Australia wide and international competency assessment.

Every course information page will give you a detailed run-down of what to bring. We provide all general training equipment such as notes, logbooks and training plans, calculators and pens. For dogging and rigging courses, whistles will also be supplied

When you start your course, you’ll need your USI or unique student identifier number – this is part of your initial enrolment and is an Australia-wide identification number administered by the Federal Government. We can help you obtain your USI if you don’t have an existing one from previous studies or courses.

If you have existing log books or other training records, bring them along, plus any statements of attainment or current high risk work licences that are relevant to your chosen course. You’ll also need Identification suitable to the state requirements in which you are completing the course, this includes but is not limited to such as a driver’s licence or passport, Medicare card, debit card or birth certificate.

If you’re not sure, check the specific course information page or give our team a call for assistance.