CQ Education Training
Delivered by people passionate about helping others achieve their goals, CQ Education’s training courses are of exceptional standard.
We apply the same rigour in our training courses that employers would expect of their employees. Delivered by highly skilled and friendly trainers, these courses have the flexibility to meet individual needs, while adhering to national standards.
Our dedicated compliance officer ensures that all programs meet the Standards for RTOs 2015.
Downloads and Information
- Information on Student Eligibility for Government Funding:
2018 Guidelines about Determining Student Eligibility and Supporting Evidence
Note: For clarification or assistance please contact the CQ Education Quality Officer or Program Manager prior to committing for training.
- CQ Education – Summary of Audit Findings and Actions for Rectification
- 2017 Quality Indicator annual summary report
These indicators are based on a survey of 108 students and 10 employers. This sample represents 78% of CQ Education’s training delivery in the 2017 year. The students and employers surveyed for these indicators were selected by this organisation in accordance with national guidelines.
The Construction Induction Card otherwise known as the White Card.
All people performing construction work require proof of having completed a general Workplace Health and Safety (WHS) construction induction training for the industry.
An employer must accept a Victorian Construction Induction card which will allow you into the premises of a worksite.
This is an entry level qualification ideal for sales staff and school-based trainees who seek work in retail stores, specialty stores, supermarkets, department stores and fast food outlets.
This is an intermediate-level qualification ideal for people seeking more senior retail roles.
In the course, trainees get the opportunity to refine their existing skills so they can become a team leader, assistant manager or supervisor in a range of retail settings.