SYC & Rory’s Group Australia

HITsa hosted a fantastic group of students for the SYC/Rory’s Group pre-employment training in January.

All participants left with a heap of practical hospitality training (including SITSS00069 Food Safety Supervision Skill Set and HLTAID011 Provide First Aid).

They also left having gained employment with Rory’s Group. Congratulations to all the students in this program!

If you are an employer seeking to find industry trained and ready to work participants for your business, get in touch with our team on 8375 2800 or visit the website.

CHCSS00098 Individual Support/Disability Skill Set

Congratulations to health students successfully completing this skill set in January!

The skill set has four units as set out by the Industry Skills Council. To undertake this training, students must hold a qualification at Certificate III level or higher in Community Services, Health or related field.

It gives a student the skills and qualification to work in both ageing and disability sectors. Students will receive a Statement of Attainment on successful completion of the units.

For further information, please visit our website here or call the health team on 8375 2800.

Staff and students pictured

Pictured Below from L to R: Back row: Jodie W, Darlene S, Mariama S (Cert III), Lucinda T, Rachel O and Snezana P. Front row: Marie (trainer) and Yullie R (Cert III).

chef pictured

Cookery – the year ahead

Whilst most of the HITsa team have been relaxing and enjoying some downtime over the holidays, Chef David has been hard at work (nothing unusual) creating new and interesting dishes.

< Check out this new dish on the menu…12 hour braised beef cheek served with braised lentils, parsley and dill oil and szechuan jus…

David will be back in the kitchen to kick off the first Basic Skills for the Food Industry Skill Set in February. This course is perfect for anyone who enjoys cooking and would like to complete a short course before committing to a 12 month or 4 year nationally recognised qualification.

Why choose HITsa? Small class sizes, trainers with current industry experience and flexible training/delivery options, just to name a few…follow the link below to take a look.

Staff Development

We kicked off 2024 with a staff development day: trainers participated in sessions which covered a variety of topics including presentations with Kathy Pillon on Instruction Design Principles and RUOK? SA Ambassador Jake Bateman (aka HITsa Business Manager).

Meanwhile, management and administration teams met at round-tables to discuss exciting plans and opportunities for 2024. 

Vocational education is a dynamic field and HITsa is committed to staying on top of the game – being the best training provider we can be!

HITsa’s “short stay” @ Adelaide Womens’ Prison

A highlight from late last year was the opportunity to deliver training at the Adelaide Womens’ Prison.

Ladies in pre-release gained accredited units in First Aid and Prepare and Serve Espresso Coffee. Pre-release provides inmates a transition process from prison back into the community.

Our trainers at the site were thrilled with the opportunity to work with this group of keen and eager students, who have a strong initiative to learn and develop their skills. Raj and Lizzy are keen to return to deliver more training should HITsa be invited back in 2024.

Pictured below: Trainer Lizzy with a very warm thank you from the pre-release ladies.

Lizzy pictured with her Thank you card
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CHC33015 Certificate III in Individual Support

Claire MNathan FVictoria S
Charles SNooshin S

BSB30120 Certificate III in Business

Lacynda E

SIT30816 Certificate III in Commercial Cookery

Dallas. S

BSB40520 Certificate IV in Leadership and Management

Mitchell W
Jared B