Customised short courses, in any stream, can be developed by the trainer to suit your workplace. The trainer will conduct a training needs analysis, then develop a course to ensure maximum opportunities for skills acquisition by the participant. These courses can be:
- Based around particular problem areas.
- Orientation and induction courses.
- Generalised up skilling.
For example, in the hospital environment, courses can be aimed at:
- Specific units e.g. maternity, orthopaedics.
- Specific equipment e.g. hoists.
- Specific work groups e.g. PCAs and nurses.
In aged care courses can be aimed at:
- Specific disabilities e.g. dementia, agitated.
- Specific environments e.g. home, hostel, nursing home.
- Specific work groups e.g. support workers, nurses, family carers.
In disability, courses can be aimed at:
- Specific age groups e.g. young children through to adults.
- Specific disabilities e.g. cerebral palsy, autism.
- Specific environments e.g. home, respite or school.
In the loads environment, courses can be aimed at:
- Specific job roles e.g. grounds keepers, catering.
- Specific environments e.g. hospital, hotel.
- Specific work groups e.g. cleaners, support workers, trades persons.
Customised courses can be delivered across Australia. The AAMP will develop a standardised session plan, which can then be delivered by different trainers in each state, ensuring consistency and minimising travel costs.
For further information please contact:
Administration Assistant, AAMP (WA)
P: 0450 800 592
PO Box 18
Subiaco 6904 WA