Registered Training Organisation

We maintain a focus on providing culturally appropriate, accessible and supportive training to remote Indigenous people. RTO code - 70033

We're a registered training organisation (RTO)

HK Training and Consultancy as an RTO with a special focus on remote Indigenous people aims to:

  • improve the access to training;
  • provide quality training;
  • be flexible in delivery styles and options;
  • support learners throughout their training; and
  • develop a relationship of trust and respect with learners.

WE DO NOT CHARGE FEES FOR INDIVIDUALS

WE DO NOT HAVE A FEE FOR SERVICE TRAINING CALENDAR

WE DO NOT ADVERTISE OR SOLICIT FOR WORK

In order to achieve improved access to training for Indigenous people HK does not offer fee for service training to individuals. We aim to source training funds through mainly government departments or occasionally Regional Councils or Indigenous Organisations.

Northern Territory Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Aged Care Training Project

Funded through the Commonwealth Department of Social Services

This project aims to:

  • develop the NT Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Aged Care workforce through the provision of culturally appropriate training;
  • ensure quality aged care services for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people through appropriate staffing and training; and
  • build capacity and sustainability in the aged care training workforce in the NT.

How we train

Training is delivered on community and in the workplace using training resources and assessments developed by HKTC specifically for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students. We pride ourselves on making training and assessment enjoyable and relevant while still meeting national standards.

Students are achieving competence and transferring knowledge to workplace while increasing their self-belief and confidence. This means better services for the old people in their communities.

Since commencing this project we have had 28 graduates in Certificate III in Home and Community Care and 16 completing the Certificate III in Aged Care as well.  Since the introduction of the new Certificate III in Individual Support in 2016 we have had 16 graduates.

Funding extension

Funding has just been extended to 30 June 2019 and we look forward to continuing to make a contribution in the communities in which we work.

Where we train

We currently deliver the Certificate III in Individual Support to Aged Care Services in 13 communities.

Our students and trainers