Community Education Australia (CEA) is a Nationally recognised training provider registered under ASQA to deliver quality programs and specialised training courses.
CEA provides education programs in the Vocational Education and Training (VET) sector, ranging from Certificate II to Diploma level courses.CEA believes that a quality education and training will lead to better job opportunities and that is why CEA offers courses that lead the graduates to opportunities of jobs in the society with professionally enhanced skills fitted for the desired job.
CEA welcomes all individuals from different background to come together and obtain lifelong knowledge and skills that will enrich their personal character and professional career.
Skills Assure suppliers
The Queensland Government is committed to providing Queenslanders with access to a high quality vocational education and training (VET) sector. One that supports a globally competitive Queensland economy and delivers knowledgeable and skilled graduates equipped to meet job demands now and into the future.
The Skill Assure supplier (SAS) system provides a central register of pre-approved registered training organisations (RTOs) for the delivery of training and assessment services subsidised by the Department of Employment, Small Business and Training.
Training delivered under Queensland’s VET investment Programs is based on Skills Assure Suppliers (SAS) arrangements, where funding notionally follows the eligible student to their choice of SAS and course. Registered training organisations (RTOs) that wish to participate in subsidised training programs administered by the Queensland Department of Employment, Small Business and Training (the department) – must be approved as a SAS in Queensland.
The SAS system is intended to provide prospective students and employers with peace of mind that providers possess the capability to deliver positive training experiences and quality skills outcomes. CEA is an approved SAS for delivering CPP20218 Certificate II in Security Operations.
Key principles of the SAS system include students able to make informed and considered choices that support their best interests; training investment is aligned to the skills needs of industry and Queensland’s economy; quality VET service provision; and an inclusive training environment.
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