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As the new Early Childhood Early Intervention (ECEI) approach is rolled out in Western Australia for the National Disability Insurance Scheme initiative (NDIS), Choiceone have exclusively partnered with an amazing Not-for-Profit Organisation to bring you an exciting Workplace Trainer opportunity to support the implementation of the NDIS for children aged 0-6 years at a local community level.As a Workplace Trainer your responsibilities include:Coordination and delivery of a range of NDIA approved learning and development frameworks and other specialist training.Participate and complete relevant NDIA professional development and training activities to achieve required levels of competence, knowledge and expertiseDesign, develop and deliver high quality mandatory training packages and specialist courses within an adult learning environmentMonitor the progress of participant's learning to ensure achievement of required competenciesConduct post-course evaluation and analysis to identify opportunities to continuously improve the quality of learning programsEssential Criteria Degree in Allied Health (Occupational Therapy, Speech Pathology or Physiotherapy) or other relevant professional field.Certificate IV or Diploma in Training and AssessmentDemonstrated understanding of the NDIS and early childhood best practice principlesCurrent WA ‘C; Class Driver’s Licence and access to a roadworthy motor vehicle suitable for work purposes that is licensed at the Standard RateCurrent Working with Children CardSatisfactory current National Police Clearance Australia - WA Perth
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Workplace Trainer

  • Three roles available | Belmont & Mandurah |2 F/T & 1 P/T
  • Assist Children aged 0-6 years achieve long term positive outcomes
  • Attractive Remuneration and Salary Packaging


As the new Early Childhood Early Intervention (ECEI) approach is rolled out in Western Australia for the National Disability Insurance Scheme initiative (NDIS), Choiceone have exclusively partnered with an amazing Not-for-Profit Organisation to bring you an exciting Workplace Trainer opportunity to support the implementation of the NDIS for children aged 0-6 years at a local community level.



As a Workplace Trainer your responsibilities include:

  • Coordination and delivery of a range of NDIA approved learning and development frameworks and other specialist training.
  • Participate and complete relevant NDIA professional development and training activities to achieve required levels of competence, knowledge and expertise
  • Design, develop and deliver high quality mandatory training packages and specialist courses within an adult learning environment
  • Monitor the progress of participant's learning to ensure achievement of required competencies
  • Conduct post-course evaluation and analysis to identify opportunities to continuously improve the quality of learning programs



Essential Criteria

  • Degree in Allied Health (Occupational Therapy, Speech Pathology or Physiotherapy) or other relevant professional field.
  • Certificate IV or Diploma in Training and Assessment
  • Demonstrated understanding of the NDIS and early childhood best practice principles
  • Current WA ‘C; Class Driver’s Licence and access to a roadworthy motor vehicle suitable for work purposes that is licensed at the Standard Rate
  • Current Working with Children Card
  • Satisfactory current National Police Clearance


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