NEWS & UPDATES
Qantas staff re-train through Australian Training Management
Australian Training Management (ATM) is happy to help individuals retrain for new careers due to COVID-19-related employment disruptions. Many Qantas staff have come through ATM since the business was forced to make 5000 staff members redundant in March due to the pandemic and consequential travel bans. ATM sees excellent potential for individuals transferring their skills from the aviation industry into mining roles.
Establishing more robust safety practices for a national civil infrastructure business
One of Australia’s best-established national civil infrastructure development companies contacted Australian Training Management (ATM) when dealing with some safety issues across project work sites in Victoria and Western Australia.
Training Still Running As Usual
Regarding the COVID-19 pandemic, we have not yet received a directive from the Department of Health or the Australian Skills Quality Authority (ASQA) that says we can no longer run our courses. As such, our courses are still being delivered at both of our training centres in West Swan and Jandakot, but some courses are being delivered with a few small changes, where you can also complete these courses from your workplace or at home via online or remote facilitation (video-conferencing).
What Is Australian Training Management Doing To Prevent The Spread Of Covid-19?
Australian Training Management is committed to upholding the highest public health and safety standards at this difficult time for the country. We have received many enquiries about whether training is going ahead or not. The great news is that Australian Training Management is open for business as usual. We won’t be grinding to a complete halt just yet! The world keeps spinning, and we continue to deliver our training courses in a safe and healthy environment. All training will continue as scheduled.
2019 Australian Trainee of the Year Award, Finalist – Rebecca Hudson
Australian Training Management wishes our former trainee Rebecca Hudson, now employed by BHP as a Crane Operator, all the very best at the forthcoming Australian Training Awards, to be held at the Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre on the 21 November. After winning the WA Trainee of the Year award, Rebecca is one of 8 finalists vying for the National Trainee of the Year award and is a deserving finalist. Commencing in 1994, the Australian Training Awards are the peak, national awards for the Vocational Education and Training (VET) sector, recognising individuals, businesses and Registered Training Organisations for their contribution towards skilling Australia.
Jandakot Training Facility Officially Opened and ATM Celebrate 30 Years Success in Business
On the 7th November, Australian Training Management Board and Staff celebrated 30 Years of successful business operations, which coincided with the Grand Opening of the ATM Jandakot Training Centre in Biscayne Way. After the speeches from Alan Gregory, Managing Director and Jim Giumelli, Director, the facility was officially opened by Jim Walker, Chairperson of the WA State Training Board. Guests enjoyed an afternoon of networking, and some fun and games where the top prize of a Remote Pilot Licence course was won, amongst many other inviting prizes. ATM enjoyed showcasing its new premises and training services and is looking forward to its next 30 years in business with its valued clients.
Tilt-Up Construction: What Makes It So Appealing?
Almost 100 years ago, an architect in California created something that would utterly revolutionise the construction industry. Instead of creating a wall by pouring concrete directly into upright formwork, he devised a method of forming the wall on the ground, and then tilting it up into place via a crane. It comes with a lot of advantages so today we’ll explore the pros and cons of this fascinating process.
ATM Trainee - Rebecca Hudson wins WA Trainee of the Year 2019
Congratulations goes to Rebecca Hudson for her success in winning the WA Trainee of the Year 2019 on Friday 13 September
Why Confined Space Training is Important
You simply cannot be too careful when it comes to working in a confined space. The two greatest threats are people thinking they can operate without completing confined space training, and the complacency that can set in after training, when work becomes repetitive or corners are cut to save time or money.
The Importance of an EWP High Risk Work Licence
Elevated Work Platforms (EWPs) are essential pieces of machinery in any workplace that requires workers to access high and difficult to reach areas. An EWP presents a clear and present danger to people on the ground and a crush risk to those on the platform or inside the basket. Courses like Elevating Work Platform from Australian Training Management are essential towards you gaining skills and your EWP ticket in Perth, and for maintaining a high level of safety.