Kells Training Centre & Safety Supplies was first established in July 1992 with the gaining of approval from the NSW Environment Protection Authority. We have a team of committed, positive people who will always work in co-operation with all those who believe in quality training.
In 2007 we became an RTO and can now offer our large company base a wide range of competency based training courses. We will educate ourselves, our clients and all those whom we work with, whilst we entertain them and create a positive learning environment. We will educate our clients in all aspects of the transportation handling and storage of dangerous goods, in conjunction with all aspects of driver training, WH&S plus fatigue management and the use of all our safety equipment.
Our products and services are of the highest quality and value for money and we use the latest up to date and most effective training techniques. We are proud to service over 1500 clients. They range from small companies to well-known high profile organisations that have a common desire of achieving their goals.
We can give people the knowledge to make well informed decisions in respect of their own business through a wide range of training courses and products in which they will feel confident when operating within the various Government Acts and Codes.
Types of Training on offer
Nationally Accredited Training
All qualifications and statement of attainment course offered by Kells Training Pty Ltd are nationally accredited. When you complete a nationally recognised qualification or statement of attainment it will be recognised by other registered training organisations across Australia.
If undertaking Non-accredited training you will receive a Certificate of Attendance or a Statement of Completion.
Training Course Information
Participants will have theoretical and practical knowledge and skills for work and/or further learning Knowledge – Participants will have factual, technical, procedural and some theoretical knowledge of a specific area of work and learning.
Participants will have a range of cognitive, technical and communication skills to select and apply a specialised range of methods, tools, materials and information to:
• Complete routine activities
• Provide and transmit solutions to predictable and sometimes unpredictable problems
Participants will apply knowledge and skills to demonstrate autonomy and judgement and to take limited responsibility in known and stable contexts within established parameters. Classroom delivery of the program will involve off-the-job training in a classroom environment. Teaching methods will include training courses held in sessions of face to face classroom durations, class discussion, learner participation, practical demonstrations and reading resource materials. Each course has a power point presentation for viewing, reading text and visual pictures for participants to follow during the course.
Assessment methods will include reading and writing using resource materials.