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18 February 2020

Interested in becoming a VET Trainer?

Do you have a passion for teaching others? Perhaps you’re considering a career change. Find out the steps you need to take to become a trainer (Hint: it’s not as hard as you might think).

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18 February 2020

Celebrating our firefighting hero

Glenn McLaren, one of our Melbourne Trainers spent his Christmas holidays fighting our devastating bushfires. We sat down with Glenn to acknowledge his heroic efforts.

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As a new entry level person I was made to feel a part of the group and class. The trainers ensured I was up to speed with the group and answered all my questions and more importantly encouraged me to ask questions. The training keeps you very interested and keyed into the subjects you’re learning. I did the Work Safely at Heights course and learned so much! The best part was also to see guys who were in the mining / construction sectors just doing a refresher course also learning new and updated things and they were kept on their toes with the trainers expertise. I have a major fear of heights but with the help of my trainers who encouraged me throughout the entire practical part of the course I was able to complete everything required. They were patient and extremely helpful. An excellent course with excellent trainers - I would highly recommend Pinnacle Safety and Training to anyone.

John R. - Hammond Park, WA

Public Course Participant Work Safely at Heights