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Benefits of Accredited Training

Understanding the difference between an Accredited Course versus a Non-Accredited course will assist you in selecting the right course(s) for your needs. Take a moment to read the below.

What is an Accredited course?

Accreditation is a formal confirmation that the training course is nationally recognised under the government’s National Vocational Education and Training Framework.

This means it meets industry, enterprise, educational, legislative, or community needs. An accredited course also provides appropriate competency outcomes and gives the qualification legal status, as a bona fide qualification for employment and education purposes. Completion of an accredited course could have positive career outcomes due to state and federal employment policies.

This is because some large corporate and government employers only employ candidates who have a formal education and have graduated at a specific level. Undergoing accredited training also shows potential employers your commitment to self-education and personal development.