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IN TRAINING: Stephen Easterbrook (left) with Alan O’Neill at their purpose-built scaffold training facility in Belmont. Photo: Attila Csaszar

Training standards under attack

Training standards in WA have been criticised by the auditor-general and big employers.

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Bellevue
Couldnt agree more. Another concern is First Aid courses for 25 people conducted in one day. This is a professional compliance concern, and a public concern and needs addressing.

Geraldton
This issue highlights compliance across the board. Many of us have spent millions on compliance demanded of us by industry only to see industry prepared to discount those efforts in pursuit of cheaper rates from small organisations with little or no procedures or processes.

Perth
Your so wrong Mr Crook. You attack small RTO's so that you can improve your own business revenues! Small businesses are very important and more important than your medium or larger bloated RTO's. Australia needs small business so that they can grow and employ people in addition it's a key role for them to keep people like you competitive. Support small enterprise I say

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