Under new regulations all students MUST have a USI (UNIQUE Student Identification) number. Qualifications will NOT be provided to students until the number is provided. It is the students responsibility to have this number before they commence any accredited training with The Disability Trust. The number can be acquired online via www.usi.gov.au If you require assistance please contact the Training & Development team.
Please note this course is NOT currently being offered until further notice!
The Disability Trust (TDT) is a Registered Training Organisation (RTO) trading as Trusted Learning RTO – No. 91809. The RTO application was approved in March 2011. Included on the RTO scope are:
- CHC43112 – Certificate IV in Disability
To be advised.
Nationally Recognised Training – The Disability Trust as a Nationally Recognised Registered Training Organisation is required to be responsive to industry and learner needs and meet the requirements of the relevant Training Packages.
Non – accredited training – Professional boundaries, documentation, communication, duty of care, personal care (basic information), abuse & neglect, child protection, Basic Physical Needs (includes bowel bladder, spinal and pressure area care and information on Autonomic Dysreflexia. Also Epilepsy & Midazolam, Gastrostomy, introduction to disabilities (external only), disability awareness, professional conduct infection control and medication awareness. All training can be contextualised for external organisational requirements.
Training and Assessment:
All training and assessment for accredited training is delivered by individuals who have the required education and vocational qualifications including Certificate IV Training and Assessment (which are being updated to the required Certificate IV TAE if required). Trainers and assessors have numerous qualifications and many years experience in the Disability, Aged care and Community Service Sectors. All Trainers & Assessors have or are in the process of upgrading to TAE40110 Certificate IV in Training & Assessment and TAELLN411 Address adult language, literacy and numeracy skills.
Accredited courses are provided for internal employees, external organisations and individual participants not employed by The Disability Trust. Additional accredited courses will be added to the scope at a later date. Accredited Courses/workshops will be run in accordance with demand at scheduled times.
The Disability Trust’s Head office is in Jardine Street Fairy Meadow. It has a number of training rooms located including the Head office in Fairy Meadow as well as other TDT offices in Shellharbour, Mittagong, Goulburn, Warrawong, Bateman’s Bay and Bega.
Learning Management System (LMS)
The Disability Trust has iinduct as its elearning system. This system incorporates aspects of recruitment as well as training.
The Disability Trust is in the unique position of providing services and training that are disability specific. Services are provided to clients with a multitude of disabilities including physical, intellectual, developmental, sensory, autism, congenital, ABI/TBI, mental health issues etc. Training can be specifically contextualised for these disabilities or for other areas e.g. aged care.
Who to contact:
email@example.com – Manager Training & Development
Janelle@disabilitytrust.org.au – HR Administration & Training
For expression of interest in relation to any training course information please email Janelle Booth at firstname.lastname@example.org and leave your name and the course you are interested in doing. You will receive a return email confirming your request and information as to when the course may be delivered.
Ph: 02 42 95 9800
Fax: 02 42 95 9890