NEWS & UPDATES
Drone Licence Perth: Calls for Regulations to be Revisited
Drone training through Australian Training Management will remove uncertainty surrounding RPA regulations. This CASA-accredited course will see you receive your RePL after five days of applied flying skills, flight theory, and thorough training in how to operate your drone safely.
The Increasing Need for Asbestos Removal Courses in Australia
Whilst asbestos was once considered the ideal construction material, it has become known contemporarily as a carcinogenic danger found in millions of buildings across the country. Read More.
Now is the Perfect Time for Traffic Control Training as WA’s Plans to Upgrade Roads get Underway
The recent news of the planned major upgrades to Perth’s Mitchell and Kwinana freeways isn’t just exciting news for motorists and better freight efficiency. It promises a boost in job numbers within the projects. One of the key areas guaranteed to need more people power during the disruption is traffic control. With inquiries already stepping up at Australian Traffic Management about our Traffic Control Training course, we felt it timely to look into the government’s announcement a little further.
SUPERIOR DELIVERY OF YOUR TRAINING NEEDS - ATM PURCHASE A ‘BRAND NEW’ GENIE Z45 EWP
It gives us great pleasure to announce that Australian Training Management have recently purchased and received the keys to our brand new Genie Z45 Elevating Work Platform. Always focussed on delivering the highest quality, job ready training, we believe that adding this brand new ‘industry standard’ platform to our already extensive range of modern equipment, we can better deliver all of your High Risk EWP Licence and safety training needs.
Drone Pilot Licence: What You Need To Know
Flying a drone is great fun, whether as a hobbyist enjoying the views around Perth and Western Australia from above, or as a professional capturing footage in the soaring industries of aerial surveying, photography, videography and data capture. As drones become more technologically advanced and are capable of greater use and have more impressive flight systems, the risk they pose to the aviation environment, aircraft and people makes regulation necessary to ensure public safety
ATM Safety Tips: Fire Extinguisher Course
Living and working in the city exposes us to all sorts of risks: traffic hazards, physical health hazards, mental health hazards, etc. One of the biggest risks posed against city workers is the danger of a workplace fire. Offices are typically busy, populated, and filled with electronics; thus, the possibility of a fire is constantly looming.
Tilt Up Construction, How Safe Is It?
Unsure What The Risks Of Tilt Up Construction Are? Australian Training Are Experts In Training For Safe Tilt Up Construction! Check Out This Article For More.
WA Training Awards 2018 finalists announced
It gives us great pleasure to announce that one of our trainees (Jess Haydon) has made it through to the WA Training Awards Finals for 2018. Jess has been nominated as the WA Vocational Student of the Year, which is especially notweworthy, as Jess is a Year 12 student who has successfully been attending our 2 year Certificate II in Civil Construction VET in Schools program.
Trainers Complete TAE40116 Qualification Upgrades
Following our Regulator and training and assessment best practice, whilst continuously developing the critical skills required to deliver our quality training services to you, Australian Training Management eagerly embarked on the essential upgrade from the TAE40110 to the TAE40116 training and assessment qualification. All 10 training and quality assurance staff at Australian Training Management have successfully completed their TAA upgrades; so you can be assured that we are in an even stronger position to deliver our quality, flexible training courses and on-site services to you, our valued clients.
UWA UNDERGRADUATE ENGINEERS HOSTED
Australian Training Management in conjunction with the Ertech Construction Academy recently hosted 29 Undergraduate Engineers from the University of Western Australia to provide a Construction Industry Awareness Day. The undergraduates received demonstrations on how to work safely and effectively within the civil construction industry and were highlighted some of the realities of what they could expect as a graduate Engineer on a civil construction worksite.