Mai-Wel staff embrace training opportunities
Mai-Wel staff have embraced the opportunity to upskill with formal training through TAFE NSW Glendale; 29 in disability services and 14 in youth work.
In the ever-evolving disability services sector, training, retraining and upskilling staff is an important exercise in remaining relevant and ensuring services are the best quality.
Mai-Wel CEO, Lynne Graham, says training opportunities like this for staff is so important to ensuring Mai-Wel is continues to be a provider or choice.
“Our participants deserve the best services and experiences and we are really proud to be in a position to offer training opportunities for our staff to ensure they are highly skilled in their areas of work.”
TAFE NSW Head of SkillsPoint, Health, Wellbeing & Community Services, Helen Cosgrove says TAFE is pleased to deliver training tailored to Mai-Wel for the essential support role it plays in the community.
“TAFE NSW is proud to deliver training within an industry that brings so much empowerment to so many.
“We are happy that our training partnership with Mai-Wel is equipping many key community workers to be skilled workers of the future within the disability services sector."