RAPAD SKILLING is a Registered Training Organisation owned by Central Western Queensland Remote Area Planning and Development Board.
RAPAD SKILLLING was established to meet the needs of the region particularly in the area of coordination and delivery of training and delivers quality, accredited and non-accredited hospitality short courses and programs aimed at upskilling Central West Queenslanders to meet the job vacancies in the Central West.
RAPAD SKILLING is continuously developing and improving. Should you require training in specific areas not offered, please contact and we will design / arrange a training package tailored to your needs
Did you know we regularly deliver First Aid Training?
HLTAID003 Provide First Aid
HLTAID001 Provide CPR
HLTAID004 Provide an emergency first aid response
in an education and care setting
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NOW DELIVERING THE NEW CHC51115 DIPLOMA OF FINANCIAL COUNSELLING [RURAL]
RAPAD Skilling delivers the latest Diploma of Finacial Counselling.
The CHC51115 Diploma of Financial Counselling reflects the role of financial counsellors working in the following two contexts: Generalist financial counsellors and Rural financial counsellors.
• Generalist financial counsellors who work in a variety of agencies that meet the requirements for the Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC) exemption from a financial services or credit licence under ASIC class order 10/1063. Financial counsellors work across a variety of metropolitan, rural and remote settings.
• Rural financial counsellors who undertake specialised financial counselling work that assists primary producers and rural small business owners in debt, and are employed in agencies funded for this purpose. These agencies meet the requirements for the ASIC exemption from a financial services/credit licence by meeting the conditions of ASIC class order 11/926.
The course is typically 12-18 months in duration and is a blend of self directed study and face to face clusters.
To achieve this qualification, the candidate must have completed 220 hours of work as detailed in the Assessment Requirements of units of competency.
RAPAD Skilling may grant recognition of prior learning (RPL) if a clinet can provide sufficient, current, valid and authentic evidence of prior knowledge or work experience.