Overview

Health Training Australia provides nationally recognised training in accordance with the Australian Quality Training Framework for:

  • Aged care workers
  • Home and community carers
  • Disability services
  • Mental health workers
  • Health support workers in hospitals and aged care facilities

Training courses are offered on a fee for service basis or under a traineeship arrangement. Training is delivered at the HTA Training Centre. Depending on the course, training normally runs between 9:00am and 2:30pm unless otherwise specified.

For more information on the courses offered by HTA and to enroll, please go to the “Featured Courses” link.

AMA Training Services offers the opportunity to undertake a range of business qualifications that help develop your business skills. Qualifications range from Certificate II in Business to  Certificate IV in Human Resources and Diploma in Management. For information on the range of business qualifications available  through AMA Training  please go the the link to the AMA Training Directory.

Learner and Employer Survey Results

HTA is provided with a Learner Engagement and Employer Satisfaction Survey, as feedback on our performance as a Registered Training Organisation. Data is collected annually and reported in June for the previous calendar year.  A copy of the latest available report can be accessed here.

Code of Practice

HTA has a code of practice as a Registered Training Organisation to ensure that it delivers a quality service with high standards of ethical behaviour exhibited to all clients. A copy of the HTA Training Services Code of Practice can be accessed here.

Appeals Process

HTA has an appeals process to ensure that employers and learners have a fair mechanism in relation to the handling of appeals and that the principles of natural justice and procedural fairness are adopted at every stage of the appeals process. You can access a copy of the Appeals Policy here.

Complaints Process

HTA has a complaints process to ensure that employers and learners have a fair mechanism in relation to the handling of complaints and that the principle of natural justice and procedural fairness are adopted at every stage of the complaints process. You can access a copy of the Complaints Policy here.