Maximising returns through TAFE

Written on the 5 March 2009

 

GOLD Coast Institute of TAFE has developed a range of training solutions used by industry and employers for more than 30 years.
TAFE’s dedicated staff work with business and their people to identify what areas of potential growth exists. Training solutions are then developed to ensure the organisation has the expertise required to move forward in today’s fast paced environment.
The flexible programs allow various training initiatives – whether they are full programs or more tailored and specific solutions to businesses. The staff at Gold Coast TAFE are committed to helping organisations meet their strategic needs and developing the potential to vastly improve business performance.
Employers are able to take advantage of the extensive expertise and breadth of a state wide resource that offers first class services, while receiving that one to one personalised and flexible delivery to get results for business. Every day, Gold Coast TAFE’s employer partners are benefiting from the services Gold Coast Institute of TAFE provide.
Gold Coast Institute of TAFE provides access to training by highly qualified industry professionals, access to forms of government incentives for an effective training solution and deliver tailored skill sets for selected industries. Through training and education, Gold Coast Institute of TAFE is helping Australian businesses maximise their return on investment. 

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