Able Australia Positive Behaviour Support Training (PBS )
Security Trainers Association Forum
Cultural Awareness Training KSL 2017
Cultural Awareness Training with KSL 2017
Unveiling of Possum Skin Cloak at Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre 2017
We offer Training & Consulting to a variety of different industries & groups but not limited to;
- Health Care
- Child Youth & Family Services
- Aged Care
- Schools & Universities
- Local Laws
Why Choose Us ?
We build partnerships which focus on our clients priorities and needs. We consistently exceed our clients expectations by listening for and understanding their requirements, working to meet their needs and providing best practice information to assist in solving their problems. We are able to customize training to suit your needs, we can also tailor the training to be client specific with pre & post training site visits, plus we provide a free annual training review each year.
Our Promise to You
Rod Catterall & Associates strives to ensure compliance with regulatory frameworks and to conducting training in an ethical and culturally appropriate manner. Understanding of the organisations and staff expectations of the training outcomes required to ensure staff safety and compliance with the relevant regulations. Ensuring we turn up to deliver training every time.
What to look for in a Training & Consulting Organisation?
There are a number of training organisations out there to choose from. First attend any public workshops they may run and get an idea if the training could be modified to meet your organisational needs or tailored to be client specific? Is the presenter passionate about the topic, is he culturally competent, does he have the knowledge and the experience you are looking for? Do they provide a free annual training review each year ? Are they listed with any Governing bodies as a preferred provider for training?
The values our company stands by are Respect, Integrity, Accountability, Collaboration, Innovation, Care .
An acknowledgement of Country is a way of showing awareness of and respect for the traditional Aboriginal or Torres Strait island owners land, which a meeting or event is being held – and of recognizing the continuing connection of Aboriginal or Torres Strait Island peoples to their Country. An Acknowledgement of Country can be either formal or informal and involve a host or visitor acknowledging the local land and paying respect to the traditional owners and their ancestors. Unlike a welcome to Country, an Acknowledgement can be performed by a non- Indigenous person.
“Rod Catterall & Associates recognise the Aboriginal heritage of this country and acknowledge the Boonwurrung people of the Kulin Nation as the first peoples of the area of the City of Glen Eira.”