Online training coming

AN Internet training program to provide Western Australians with twenty-four hour a day access to training and employment services will be operationally rolled out in February.

WestOne Online Technologies will act as a new portal to a range of online vocational education and training services including courses, enrolment services and career advice.

It will coordinate the development of such services with TAFE colleges, other registered training providers and various business and industry partners.

Although mainstream studies are not available online until next year, a number of courses are already accessible via WestOne and registered training organisations throughout WA.

WestOne marketing officer Michelle Lucchesi said the company had focussed on small business needs as the area where most difference could be made.

Commissioner for Taxation Michael Carmody said WestOne would make it easier for time-pressed small businesses to improve their skills and knowledge without leaving the home or workplace.

Employment and Training Minister Graham Kierath said WestOne would boost WA’s economic development by enabling online skills transfer to Western Australians and by exporting these products and services to the world.


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