Whether your challenges are retention, career progression, succession planning or limited skills and performance, we can support you with solutions that positively impact work performance, staff retention and the bottom line.
Our new omni-learning™ approach allows us to provide flexible learning and development solutions, customised to your unique requirements.
We work closely with employers to recognise their existing training programs and business practices to ensure that all courses are relevant to their business needs. Our long-term relationships with our retail clients are a testament to our ability to partner in a real sense and add value to their business.
For staff members who need to gain skills in a specific area, our short courses support the rapid development of new abilities, behaviours and attitudes to enable them to grow with the business. These courses can be customised to your specific needs and learners can study in a variety of ways through our omni-learningTM approach.
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Are you looking to develop specific skills?
Are you eligible for funding?
If you are looking to gain a qualification, whether it be through classroom learning, in the workplace, online or through recognition of your current skills you may be eligible for support, as an employer or an individual.
ARC has contracts for Government funded training in most States and Territories of Australia. Each State and Territory has different student eligibility requirements, and applies different fees and charges. They may also provide differing exemptions and concessions to these fees and charges.
See below for current funding options.
Parent of ARC School-based Trainee
"Andrea was a great support while our son successfully completed his Certificate III in Business via a school-based traineeship. We had some family health problems and relocated during my son's studies and Andrea consistently supported our son to ensure he was successful in obtaining his certificate.
I am very impressed with ARC & Andrea's ability to keep teenagers engaged with their VET studies while they study for school and work part-time. "