Students are responsible for initiating contact with the vocational placement provider. GLAD Institute Vocational Placement Coordinator will then contact the facility to ensure the suitability of the placement and organise the Vocational Placement Agreement.
Yes. GLAD Institute First Aid Courses are Nationally Recognised Registered Training Organisation RTO No 31361 who provides nationally accredited first aid training that meets the ASQA guidelines for Training and Assessment in Australia. The course content is based on guidelines from the Australian Resuscitation Council (ARC) and our courses are equivalent to, and is usually exceed comparable courses. Upon successful completion, you are awarded a Nationally Recognised Statement of Attainment certification which shows the course name and national codes for the unit/s completed.
Is First Aid Courses nationally recognised and accredited??
Who Is Responsible For Finding A Vocational Placement?
You can find the student handbook on the student portal or you can access it directly here >> Student Handbook
Where Can I Find The Student Handbook?
Can I have the first aid course conducted at my workplace?
Yes. On-site first aid trainings can be delivered to your office and tailored specifically to your workplace requirements. A First Aid Program can reflect the known and anticipated risks of the specific work site as it includes general instructions, workplace hazards, specific knowledge and skills, and injuries related to your work environment. If required, we are happy to contextualise our training materials to suit your workplace requirements.
How Long Until My Work Gets Assessed?
GLAD Institute aims to provide assessment marking results as soon as possible, within a maximum of eigth (7) weeks of the student submitting their assessment. In the event marking time-frames are extending beyond eight (7) weeks (e.g. due to times of peak demand, holiday periods, unforeseeable circumstances having arisen), any students affected will be advised by email with an estimated time frame.