National Provider Code: 40074
Status is a registered training organisation (RTO). To become registered we must meet the requirements of the VET Quality Framework. To be an RTO we must be audited and evaluated by the Australian Skills Quality Authority. This ensures our training is quality assured and meets the needs of industry. As an RTO, Status delivers vocational education and training that is recognised across Australia by industry and many other educational institutions. For more information on our scope of registration go to training.gov.au
The Skills for Education and Employment (SEE) Program is funded by the Australian Government and provides language, literacy and numeracy (LLN) assessment and training to eligible job seekers, with the expectation that such improvements will enable them to participate more effectively in training or the labour force.
Status provides training to eligible job seekers across 2 States in 7 locations. Status has 3 South Australian sites; Adelaide CBD, Marion and Noarlunga, and 4 sites in Western Australia; Cannington, Mandurah, Rockingham and Fremantle. Training is tailored to meet individual needs and interests and focus areas include; digital literacy, reading, writing, numeracy, learning strategies and language. Click here for more information.
Status has an approved Skills Agreement in place with the Government of South Australia. Through this initiative Status delivers qualifications to meet South Australian skills priorities. Status can provide training and assessment services from any of the 10 Status sites across the Adelaide Metropolitan area.
Youth Jobs PaTH is a flexible new approach to youth employment. It is designed to support young people to gain the skills and work experience they need to get and keep a job. Status is delivering the Employability Skills Training component of the Australian Government’s Youth Jobs PaTH initiative. Employability Skills Training providers are proudly supported by the Australian Government. Status delivers training across 8 contract regions in 3 states; Victoria, Western Australia and South Australia.
The Western Australian Government offers funding to eligible individuals looking to study in priority areas that are, or will be, in high demand. With a focus on training for employment, selected Status training programs are available to eligible individuals at significantly reduced costs. Status will work directly with the Western Australian Government to apply for funding, so you can focus on your training. Further information about subsidised training can be found at jobsandskills.wa.gov.au/skillsready.