Training

Thank you for considering partnering with us to deliver exceptional clinical training and support services to our Students and Graduates.

Due to continued growth from the operational arm Activated Concepts Consulting and Counselling and external industry demand; we are always on the lookout for talented professionals seeking to impart their knowledge and clinical expertise to our students.

This could be the very first step towards an exciting new career with us – a fresh beginning, an extension of your passion, investment in yourself or something more! At Activated Concepts Clinical College (“The Clinical College”), these are moments we live for.

Opportunities:

The Clinical College is currently open to expressions of interest from passionate Trainer and Assessors for the below courses.

  • Diploma of Counselling (CHC5105)

  • Diploma of Community Services (CHC52015)

  • Cert IV in Community Services (CHC42015)

  • Cert IV in Disabilities (CHC43115)

  • CPR & First Aid (HLTAID009/011)

  • Administer and Monitor Medications (HLTHPS007)

Opportunity

In applying for these roles, the suitable candidate must be able to demonstrate the following skills

Ticking Boxes Option
  1. Understanding of, or interest in, trauma-informed care and psychosocial disabilities. 
  2. Be prepared to continue to develop your Vocational Education and Training (VET) knowledge and skills as well as their industry currency and trainer/assessor competence. 
  3. High level written and oral communication skills in English and proven ability to communicate effectively in a wide range of educational, industrial or community environments.
  4. Commitment and ability to facilitate learning in an adult environment and demonstrated organisational skills applicable to an educational setting.
  5. Demonstrated commitment to quality customer service and demonstrated ability to contribute to a team environment.
  6. Proven strengths in problem-solving and change management.

Required Qualifications & Training

One of the qualifications below:
  • TAE40116 Certificate IV in Training and Assessment or its equivalent/successor

Or

  • A diploma or higher-level qualification in adult education
Qualifications & Training
Interview Process

Diploma of Counselling

  • Minimum of two years post-qualification experience in counselling relevant to your qualifications gained no longer than five years previously for Diploma of Counselling (CHC5105).
  • A qualification in counselling or related field (Social Work, Psychology, or equivalent qualification) that involves counselling at Diploma level or higher.

Administer and Monitor Medications

  • The trainer must be a Registered Nurse or Registered Enrolled Nurse or Registered Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Practitioner as per ASQA requirements.
About You
You are friendly, with a can-do attitude!  You are outrageously organized and outgoing - colour-coding, folders, clean computer systems and getting up in front of people and motivating them is the stuff of dreams. You are incredibly skilled at both micro and macro thinking – making sure the big picture is always moving forward by way of all the tiny details that need to get done.  You are a solution-based thinker who investigates why things went wrong with the goal of improving the process. You believe that a process problem lies at the root of every apparent people problem.
You are loyal and proud of the organisation you work for and want others to know it. You are comfortable speaking with other referring organisations and drumming up business. You do not thrive on being micromanaged and love to be given the freedom to excel in your job. Having autonomy within an organisation is a dream come true for you.
You have a strong alignment with the culture and values of Activated Concepts.
If you meet the above requirements and this sounds like you; please complete the below and send us a cover letter addressing the above and your current CV.
We look forward to receiving your expression of interest.

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