Tursa Employment & Training Ltd (RTO Code: 90325) is able to deliver a number of training programmes and services.
These are predominately delivered to TURSA’s clients to assist them develop their employability skills and to transition into sustainable employment outcomes.
Funding is available through State and Australian Governments as well as Commercial Training.
TURSA is a Registered Training Organisation (RTO) and offers nationally accredited courses and units within the Australian Qualifications Framework. Successful completion of accredited courses entitles a trainee to a Certificate level qualification or Statement of Attainment that can be counted towards future study in the same field. Clients who successfully complete non-accredited training are usually entitled to a Tursa Employment & Training Statement of Achievement.
If you wish to enrol in TURSA Training or would like more information about our training services, the TURSA Trainee Information Handbook provides key points you need to know, including your rights to privacy, consumer protection, support and assistance when undertaking training and/or assessment, fee information, making a complaint or to appeal an assessment decision, recognition of prior learning and/or credit transfer (of previous learning and experience into current training where applicable).
Australian Apprenticeships (Traineeships & Apprenticeships) are the best way to combine training and employment – successful completion results in a nationally recognised qualification.
Australian Apprenticeships are available to anyone of working age and do not require any entry qualifications. Depending on the industry, some training packages do have pre-requisites. You can be an eligible school-leaver, entering the workforce for the first time, re-entering the workforce, existing workers or simply wishing to change careers.
Australian Apprenticeships offer:
- A great way to get a head start in a chosen career
- Paid work and structured training that can be on-the-job, off-the-job or a combination of both
- Competency based, which means you can complete your training faster if you reach the required skills level
- Existing skills and prior experience are recognised and course credit granted, potentially reducing formal training time
- Available as full-time or part-time
- A pathway from school to work
TURSA‘s most recent National VET Regulator (NVR) Standards Audit Results
NSW Funded Training
TURSA has been contracted by the NSW Government as a leading training organisation to deliver full and partial qualifications. These can be funded through the Smart and Skilled Programme. Smart and Skilled funding is designed to help eligible people develop the skills needed to gain employment and build/advance their career.
Important Note: For eligible participants, this training is subsidised by the NSW Government. You can either refer to Smart and Skilled for information or discuss your options with TURSA staff. To determine the fee amount you may be required to pay (which may be full, concession or exempt), refer to the Smart and Skilled Fee Administration Policy.
TURSA is able to deliver Smart and Skilled subsidised training in the below industries in NSW – refer to TURSA Scope of Registration for qualification details.
- BSB20120 Certificate II in Workplace Skills
- BSB30120 Certificate III in Business
- SIR20216 Certificate II in Retail Services
- SIR30216 Certificate III in Retail
- SIT20316 Certificate II in Hospitality
- SIT30616 Certificate III in Hospitality
- CHC41115 Certificate IV in Employment Services
Australian Apprenticeship Support Networks provide consultation with employers to select RTOs to deliver the accredited training for traineeships. The individual circumstances of the employer and trainee are taken into consideration before an RTO is nominated. TURSA offers flexible work-based options to suit those employers/trainees who prefer their traineeship be completed in a more practical on-the-job mode. Traineeship qualifications are packaged and customised to each specific trainee/employment environment depending on their job description and duties.
TURSA RTO works with Industry and TURSA employment services to package & deliver skill sets or full qualifications for participants/existing workers to suit labour market needs. Wherever possible, work placements are organised to support training delivery.
The Smart and Skilled enrolment process is explained within the TURSA Trainee Information Handbook. For more information about Smart and Skilled subsidised training please complete the Training Enquiry form or call 1800 266 425.
QLD Funded Training (QLD DESBT)
TURSA has been contracted by the QLD Government to deliver full qualifications through User Choice (Traineeship Training).
TURSA is able to deliver traineeship training in the below industries in QLD – refer to TURSA Scope of Registration for qualification details.
- Workplace Skills and Business Services
Additional information regarding User Choice is included in the TURSA Trainee Information Handbook. For more information about TURSA and/or our training services please complete the Training Enquiry form or call 1800 266 425.
Obtaining a Unique Student Identifier (USI)
Everyone who undertakes nationally recognised training must have a Unique Student Identifier (USI) so they can enrol and have their qualification recorded on a secure national register. This is beneficial so an individual can track their qualifications, and can readily print off information for employers when applying for a job.
Go to Unique Student Identifier (USI) to create your individual USI. It is an easy 5-step process and there is help on the website. Further information regarding the USI is included in the TURSA Trainee Information Handbook.
If you have any feedback regarding training you have undertaken with TURSA please complete the Training Feedback Form.