K.Y.M. Training Services encourages participation from learners from all walks of life including people who are disadvantaged, particularly young people and people with a disability. Our programs are delivered in a safe and friendly environment that is conducive to learning.
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- AQTF Quality Indicators
- Registration Audit Report
- Indicative Fees and Charges
- Students Complaints and Resolution
- Appeals Policy and Procedure
- Accredited Training
- Pre-Accredited Training
- Youth Training
- Hair and Beauty on Church Salon
‘These indicators are based on a survey of 133 students. This sample represents 60% of this organisation’s training delivery in the 2012 calendar year. The students surveyed for these indicators were selected by this organisation in accordance with national guidelines’.
Competency Completions Reports –
- Report 1 Enrolment & Completions by Qualification
- Report 3 Enrolment & Completions by State/Territory
‘Competency completions, in this case, are a measure of volume’.
Certificate I in Work Education - 22128VIC
Certificate I in Work Education is a post school course designed to prepare people with a range of special learning needs for employment or further vocational training. This program is perfect for someone wishing to take a step toward exploring employment or further education options.
Certificate I in Vocational Preparation – 22012VIC
Certificate I in Vocational Preparation is designed for people seeking vocational training who also need to improve their literacy and numeracy skills, develop communication skills for the workplace, while enhancing confidence and employment options.
Topics covered include - goal setting, motivation and barrier identification, confidence and self-esteem building, strengths and values, skills audit and career testing, decision making, accessing the hidden job market, resume writing and interview skills.
Certificate I in General Education for Adults – 21772VIC
Certificate I in General Education for Adults provides entry level education for students wishing to undertake initial literacy and numeracy studies and computer skills in a supportive learning environment. The course is designed for individuals who have left school early and need to improve their literacy (reading and writing), numeracy (maths), computing and general employability skills.
(Note – Students completing our Hairdressing Courses are able to complete practical experience in our Salon, Hair and Beauty on Church)
Certificate II in Hairdressing – SIH20111
This Nationally Recognised Program is the entry-level course for the Hairdressing Industry. It provides students with the practical skills and background knowledge necessary to assist a Hairdresser in a commercial salon. The Certificate II is the preferred Qualification for Salon Managers looking to recruit new Apprentices. The course is run during School Terms and includes a combination of theory and practical work.
Certificate III in Hairdressing – SIH30111
Certificate III in Hairdressing is the national standard entry level qualification for the hairdressing industry. Students learn how to apply skills and knowledge to sell products and services, ensure a safe work environment and perform a full range of client services including the latest hairdressing techniques. The course is run during School Terms and includes a combination of theory and practical work.
Certificate IV in Hairdressing – SIH40111
Certificate IV in Hairdressing has been designed to expand the development of the complex technical skills and knowledge of hairdressing practitioners. A selection of exciting electives to compliment core units has been put together; however selection of elective units may be negotiated to complement workplace requirements.
(Note – Students completing our Beauty Courses are able to complete practical experience in our Salon, Hair and Beauty on Church)
Certificate II in Retail Makeup and Skin Care – SIB20110
Certificate II qualification is designed to give you the education and training to launch your career as a Makeup Artist. This entry level qualification is suitable for those wanting to work in a pharmacy, cosmetic counter, small beauty salon, home based business or as a freelance makeup artist. The course will include topics such as skin care, makeup application, working with a photographer, merchandising, communication and all the attributes required for a professional in this field.
Certificate II in Nail Technology – SIB20210
Certificate II in Nail Technology will help students to develop knowledge and skills to work confidently interact with customers, provide manicure and pedicure services, apply acrylic or gel nail enhancements and apply nail art. Upon successful completion of this course students will be ready to commence life as a professional nail technician.
Certificate III in Beauty Services – SIB30110
Certificate III in Beauty Services has been designed to reflect the role of individuals who are competent in interacting with clients, providing a range of beauty services which may include, ensuring a safe working environment, providing treatments, including lash and brow treatments, waxing, make-up, nail services demonstrating and sell retail skin care and other cosmetic products.
Certificate II in Retail - SIR20207
Certificate II in Retail provides the skills and knowledge required for an entry-level position such as sales assistant, checkout operator, and customer service representative or crew member. Work would be undertaken in various retail store settings, such as specialty stores, supermarkets, department stores and retail fast food outlets.
Certificate III in Retail – SIR30207
Certificate III in Retail is the ideal program for students or workers who have completed their Certificate II in Retail or those looking to develop their career in the industry. Following successful completion work would be undertaken in various retail store settings, such as specialty stores, supermarkets, department stores and retail fast food outlets. Individuals may have some responsibility for others and provide or hold specific coordination or support responsibilities within a store team.
Certificate II in Business – BSB20107
Certificate II in Business is designed to assist learners to earn a Nationally Recognised Qualification that could lead to further employment. Units include Handle mail, Create and use spreadsheets, Produce simple word processed documents and much more. Upon successful completion job roles may include; administration assistant, clerical worker, data entry operator, information desk clerk, office junior or receptionist.
Certificate III in Business – BSB30110
Certificate III in Business, will assist students to gain the fundamental business skills and knowledge required to successfully perform a wide range of duties in diverse industries. During the course students will increase their skills in organising tasks, managing workplace information, producing business documents, delivering customer service, communicating effectively, fostering innovation and change, multi-tasking and prioritising effectively.
Certificate III in Business Administration – BSB30407
Certificate III in Business Administration will provide students with fundamental skills in office communications and general business administration tasks, including business software, keyboard operation, organising schedules and working safely. This course will further develop your skills and knowledge to give you a sound career foundation in an office environment. Upon successful completion of this qualification you will be knowledgeable in all facets of business administration and possess the skills required to work within a variety of roles such as: accounts receivable clerk, accounts payable clerk, clerk, data entry operator, junior personal assistant, receptionist, office administration assistant, office administrator or word processing operator.
Certificate III in Aged Care – CHC30212
Certificate III in Aged Care will prepare students to work as a carer in a residential aged care facility. It is the standard entry qualification for workers in this sector and will introduce students to all aspects of a carer's role including personal care, well-being and assistance with daily activities. Individuals involved in this type of work need the physical capacity to deal with personal care and must have genuine compassion and empathy towards others.
Certificate III in Home and Community Care – CHC30312
The Certificate III in Home and Community Care is recognised by industry as an entry level qualification and will allow the holder to work with people who are aged or have a disability within their home environment. Home and community service workers provide assistance with maintaining a person’s independence and wellbeing.
Certificate IV in Aged Care – CHC40108
Certificate IV in Aged Care has been designed to give students the knowledge, understanding and practical skills needed to provide services to individuals with complex needs and/or work with older people in a nursing home, hostel or home care environment. Workers may be required to supervise and/or coordinate a limited number of other workers.
Certificate IV in Disability Work – CHC40312
Certificate IV in Disability is designed to provide the skills and knowledge required to work within the disability services sector including work in residential group homes, training resource centres, day respite centres and open employment services, other community settings and clients' homes. These workers apply knowledge and skills gained through qualifications and/or previous experience to provide training and support to people with disabilities to enhance their ability to achieve greater levels of independence, self-reliance and community participation, report to service managers and may liaise with health professionals and other service agencies and may work without direct supervision and may be required to supervise and/or coordinate a limited number of lower classified workers.
Diploma of Youth Work – CHC51408
Diploma of Youth Work provides the skills and knowledge required for workers who are responsible for the development and the outcomes of programs and services for young people managed through a range of agencies and designed to meet the social, behavioural, health, welfare, developmental and protection needs of young people. The qualification is designed to ensure that policies and guidelines of the employing organisation are implemented and includes responsibility for direction and supervision of staff, contracting external agencies and/or management of specialist services. This work may be undertaken through employment in community, government and welfare agencies.
Get Going with Computers!
If you are new to computers and would like to know more, this course offers a friendly and comfortable environment for you to learn in. After a general introduction, you decide whether to progress to: MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Access, Outlook and Internet Explorer.
ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE (ESL)
Improve your English skills in a comfortable and friendly learning environment. We have classes for all levels of ability from Beginners, through Intermediate and up to Advanced. Classes include excursions and extra conversational English sessions.
Employment STEP BY STEP
Employment Step by Step is a pre-employment program specifically designed for people with a disability wishing to take that first step toward open employment. Program areas include, confidence and self-esteem building, transferable skills, likes and dislikes, OH&S, career testing, career pathways, employment options, creating resumes, job seeking, job applications, workplace communication, grooming and job interview skills.
Introduction to Hair and Beauty
This program is designed for people who have an interest in Hairdressing and/or Beauty. The course includes both theory and practical experience that will help you get an inside peek of the opportunities within the industry and will take you one step closer to deciding on a career pathway which best suites your needs. Course content will include; Exploring the hairdressing and beauty industry, an overview of nail enhancements and nail art, hair, beauty and cosmetic products, make-up design and application, make-up for photography and remedial camouflage, shampooing and basin services, head, neck and shoulder massage, tips for drying hair, braiding techniques, hair-ups and guest industry speakers.
Introduction to Retail
Introduction to Retail is designed for students who have an interest in the Retail industry. During the program students explore the various options within the industry, OH&S, positions such as, sales assistant, checkout operator, customer service representative, crew member and more.
Introduction to Hospitality
Introduction to Hospitality is based on an introduction to entry-level kitchen operations within the Hospitality Industry. The program will provide students with hands on experience within a commercial kitchen training environment and will assist with developing a range of practical skills. The aim is to give students some experience within the industry and to provide a pathway into formalised employment and training. The program is delivered by a fully qualified Chef.
Introduction to Business
Introduction to business will provide the learner with an insight into the requirements associated with business study and the pathways to further education and employment. Program outcomes will include a basic knowledge of workplace OH&S, communication forms, innovation within the workplace, sustainability within the workplace, workplace and future planning, teamwork, business technology and much more.
Hangin with the Boys
Hangin with the Boys is designed to assist young men to navigate their role within society, and look at pathways and options available to them. How do they learn to become valued young men? Where or who are their role models? This program will help young men learn more about themselves, improve personal skills and their ability to connect with employment or further training. Program outcomes will include a readiness to reconnect with learning or to commence employment.
Girlfriend is designed for young women who would like to learn more about themselves, improve self-confidence and how to deal with the real issues that face women today when looking at career and training options. Program outcomes will include a readiness to connect/reconnect with learning or to commence employment.
Get Direction is a program for young adults aged 15 – 19 that have either left school or are experiencing difficulty in their school environment. This course is designed to help participants explore their options in a supportive and challenging environment. This is an outcome focused program designed to reconnect young people with future employment and training opportunities. It runs 4 days a week during school terms and includes Certificate I in Vocational Preparation.
Freestyle is designed for 14 - 18 year olds who have had disrupted schooling. It is an interactive and hands-on program which allows students to fill their existing skill and knowledge gaps by providing individualised support, interactive teaching methods and smaller group sizes in our adult learning environment. Freestyle includes Certificate I in General Education for Adults with a focus to engage learners who have not functioned well in the traditional classroom environment and provide them with the skills and knowledge necessary to prepare them for further education, training or employment. Students remained linked with their schools whilst completing the program which provides for that added support from both K.Y.M. and the students mainstream school.