It is a difficult time for all industries due to the COVID-19 crisis. However, there is support for training providers to continue to deliver quality education. Restrictions do not apply to educational institutions.
National regulators, including ASQA and TEQSA, will be flexible to support students to study online if face-to-face delivery is no longer an option.
It means there are still jobs!
Career Calling Jobs is continuing to work with Training Providers to find VET professionals to join their teams.
Now including Career Coaching services, we want to help anyone who may be left wondering what to do while they sit at home indefinitely, with the uncertainty of when or if they will have a job in the coming months.
One of the industries that have taken a big hit due to the pandemic is the Hospitality industry. Thousands of people in the Hospitality industry have lost their jobs. A large percentage of these people have been working in Hospitality for many years. For some, it is all they know, and they love it.
If you are one of those people, have you ever thought about using your industry experience combined with your qualification to train others? It’s people like you that should be using your extensive knowledge to deliver training to people who want to enter the industry when this storm has passed.
This same scenario goes for a lot of other people in other industries too. It is crucial to prepare for a life of not having the same job to go back to when this is all over. So, think about a backup plan.Training is one pathway.
Our Career Coaches can help you through our range of services like career advising, resume writing, job search training and much more.
If you are interested in following the career path of becoming a qualified trainer, we can help you find work too. Recruiting for the VET sector Australia wide, we have vacancies for multiple positions within the VET sector, most of those being Trainer and Assessor positions.
Below is information on what you need to know about how to become a trainer.