Pre-Induction Process (SA)
Benefits of Training
Our courses will allow you to gain new knowledge and skills as well as develop your existing skills and knowledge all whilst undertaking your daily job!
The skills and knowledge that you develop will lead to increased safety, increased opportunities and increased job security.
The training opens up new doors of learning opportunities including improving communication and increases team morale to ensure there is an understanding of business principles.
Minimal Entry Requirements
To enrol in one of our courses you need to meet the following minimum entry requirements:
- Employed within in the manufacturing sector
- Course content and outcome is suited to your current or future role
- Satisfying language, literacy and numeracy test
Let's get training!
If order for you to formally be enrolled into one of our courses, you are required to participate in the below processes:
- Complete Wiseman's Enrolment Form
- Provide a photocopy of a Driver's licence & a valid concession card (if applicable)
- Learner Commitment Survey
- Learning, Literacy & Numeracy Test
- Discussion on Recognition of Prior Learning
Discuss Learning and Assessment Process
The Wiseman Representative will organise and guide you through each step to ensure your enrolment progress runs smoothly and efficiently so you can start training!
Language, Literacy and Numeracy Evaluation (LLN)
For Wiseman trainers to assist our students with their learning needs a Language, Literacy and Numeracy (LLN) evaluation is conducted during the Pre-Induction Process.
This evaluation will guide us in customising our training for you and determine what kind of support we can offer you through this learning journey.
WorkReady is a South Australian Government initiative that is helping people gain qualifications and meet industry demands for skills by changing the way vocational education is state funded in South Australia.
From 4 November 2013, to be eligible for a government funded training place, you need to:
- Live or work in South Australia
- Be 16 years old or older
- Be 16 years or over, enrolled in school and undertaking training through the Training Guarantee for SACE Students (TGSS) or;
- Undertaking training through a training contract as an apprentice or trainee
- Be an Australian or New Zealand citizen, or a permanent resident, or hold a state sponsored visa on the pathway to permanent residency.
If you meet the above criteria you may be entitled to two funded courses under the WorkReady program from Certificate III level and above.
If you have not completed secondary school or any other qualification, or if you are registered with Centrelink and actively looking for work, you will also be entitled to two funded courses at Certificate I and II level.
Want to check whether you are eligible for WorkReady Funding? visit www.skills.sa.gov.au/training-learning/check-your-eligibility
Concessions/Fee Exemptions on Course Fees
Students who are Indigenous or hold any of the following concession cards at the time of their enrolment may be eligible to for a concession course fee rather than the standard full course fee:
- Commonwealth Health Care Card
- Pensioner Concession Card
- Veteran's Gold Card
You must provide a copy of your concession card during our pre-induction process for the concession rates to be applied and ensure that it is valid at the time of enrolment.