Non-accredited short courses are delivered based on requests, student numbers and/or expressions of interest.
TABMA Training offers a number of non-accredited courses, including educational or training activities.
What are non-accredited courses?
A non-accredited course may provide an increase in skills, knowledge and application in the workplace but does not attract credit toward a qualification/unit of competency
Participants in non-accredited courses receive a Statement of Attendance on completion of the course.
The names of non-accredited courses must not be the same as any formally approved titles of RTO awards.
Non-accredited courses and participants are not recorded on the client student management system.
Non-Accredited Courses offered by TABMA Training
Chain of Responsibility
Essential Supervision Skills
HR Essentials—navigating the legal minefield and meeting your obligations
Quality Customer Service
Applied Wood and Timber Knowledge
Timber Take Offs
Workplace Health & Safety Awareness
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Out of everything that TABMA Training does, it’s their commitment to quality outcomes for trainees that has impressed me. I am extremely grateful for their dedication in this area.
The training with TABMA Training has been very positive. We have more than half our technical staff enrolled in either Certificate III, IV or Diploma. There have been noticeable improvements to daily work performance and productivity.
I found that putting my people through a TABMA Training traineeship is more cost effective than sending the worker off to TAFE. The training being in the workplace means that the trainee is totally focused on their job and it, of course, eliminates travel time. I feel that TABMA Training offers this company a lot more flexibility than other training programs.