Three months ago, I moved to Broome to take on the position of Lead Trainer for the SEE Program (Skills through Education and Employment). It has been exciting and fulfilling knowing I’ve been instrumental in building the program from what was 1-2 clients / one day per week to averaging 6 -10 per day, every day. We have enrolled our clients into Certificate I in Leadership and we started off with the BSBITU101 unit – Operate a Personal Computer. As of now we have just had our first completion of that unit and we are enrolling that client into their second unit. Since commencing with this program, I have had some challenges mainly due to the rapid growth of the participant numbers and the necessity to maintain an engaging environment. Through hard work and the odd cyclone, I’ve managed to maintain consistent numbers. We are at the point now I need a small bus to pick up the number of participants attending the program on a regular basis! I’ve also been fortunate to have had Kristie join the team, because with Kristie managing the admin side, I get to focus on the delivery of some quality training.
Introducing the newest edition to the Progressive Training fleet! Our new bus looks amazing and will be situated in Broome where it will be used to support the SEE Program and further encourage more participants to attend training.