Regional Training Services QLD

1-pumpkin-festival-group-29-5-16-2Regional Training Services Qld is an organisation dedicated to delivering the highest quality training throughout the Sunshine Coast, Gympie, South Burnett and the Wide Bay areas.
As a Registered Training Organisation [RTO] qualifications completed with Regional Training are recognised nationally. Qualifications achieved through the Australian VET system are also very highly regarded internationally.
Our management, trainers and support staff are dedicated and highly qualified with extensive practical industry experience. Every member of the team is committed not only to providing quality outcomes to participants but to also ensuring that all training is both interesting and an enjoyable experience.
As a pre-qualified supplier [PQS] to the Department of Education and Training, Regional Training is able to offer a wide variety of subsidised qualifications. The blend of cutting edge training techniques developed by the Regional team combined with quality face to face training have resulted in student completion rates and employment outcomes that are viewed with envy by many of the much larger institutes.
We offer tailored programs designed to suit your specific training needs, business processes and culture.
 
Regional Training specialises in the following industry areas:

Automotive

Business

Hospitality

Management

Retail

Tourism


Our certificate courses are government funded under the ‘Certificate 3 Guarantee Program’ or ‘Certificate IV Higher Level Skills Program’ for eligible participants.
Quick Facts:
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Nationally Recognised, Australian Skills Quality Authority [ASQA] Accredited.

 

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Open to anyone – citizens, permanent residents, student visas, working holiday visas [payment plans available].

 

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We own our own learning materials, so there are no additional fees that your tuition needs to subsidise.

 

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We keep costs low by setting our prices based on the resources required and the learning involved, not on how much our students are willing to go into debt for or what we can get from the government.