This blog post will outline what you need to know about the TAE Update and the new TAE Training Package (TAE40122). The following information helps answer some Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs), which will help give you insight into the proposed changes.
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- What You Need to Know About the TAE Update and New TAE Training Package (TAE40122) FAQs
- Considering a career in rescue and emergency response?
- Don’t risk prosecution
- Want to get off the tools?
- Don’t throw out your certificate
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