Who are we:
Our registered training organisation (RTO-40875), Trained Up was created by enthusiastic management staff who have been working in the Security industry for over 30 years. Our industry knowledge has enabled us to understand the educational progression that is required to enable a student to gain the confidence to excel in the industry. Employers also play a key role in raising the standards of any industry. At Trained Up we recognise the important contribution that employers are making to develop their staff. We tailor our training and create courses that are structured to advance the staff members’ ability to contribute to the employers’ business goals. Trained Up is registered with the Australian Skills Quality Authority (ASQA) to provide a range of nationally recognised courses and qualifications within the Australian Qualifications Framework (AQF). As a Registered Training Organisation (RTO), Trained Up operates in accordance with the Standards for RTOs 2015.
Trained Up provides courses for the Security Industry, First Aid & Responsible Service of Alcohol.
What we believe:
At Trained Up, management and staff are focused on helping students to become smarter and safe workers with high standards. We aim to create a culture within the industry that places a high value on continual learning. Through education comes knowledge and with knowledge comes professionalism and respect. We will provide quality training, supplied by enthusiastic industry professionals. We will teach students safe techniques that they can use in their work every day and provide personalised service to fulfill our client’s needs. We want the community at large to value the knowledge and expertise that is required to perform all facets of Security Industry.
How we can support student learning:
Trained Up is committed to assisting our students complete their course by providing them with the specialised support required to meet their individual learning and assessment needs. Through the completion of an enrolment form and routine screening activities, students with special needs and additional support requirements are identified and supported. In these instances, the Trainer is notified, and a discussion is undertaken with the student to identify how to best meet their learning needs. So that the prospective student can make an informed decision the Trainer will at this meeting also discuss what services are available internally or externally to support their learning. The use of available support services, assistive technology, equipment, resources, and reasonable adjustment are discussed and their applicability in meeting the student’s individual needs is explored. Where the student requires specialised support and provides consent, referral to relevant specialised service(s) are organised.
National Operations Helpline: 1300 556 974
ACT -Head office: 3/2 Phipps Close, Deakin, ACT-2600
NSW Office: Level 1, 93 George Street, Parramatta, NSW-2150
SA Office: Level G, 121 King William Street, Adelaide, SA-5000
WA Office: St Martins Tower, Level 27/44 St Georges Terrace, Perth WA 6000
#We acknowledge the traditional custodians of the country throughout Australia and pay our respect to them, their culture, and their elders past, present, and emerging.
Copyright © Xtreme Service Holdings - All Rights Reserved.