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Transforming a passion for creativity into a dream job

13
Feb

For some of us, creativity is a part of who we are. That was the case for Georgia, who displayed a creative flair from a very young age.   “I was always creative,” she recalls. “I did art at school and always loved doing things with my hands – basically anything creative.”   Her passion […]

How to become an IT specialist without a degree

07
Feb

Who says you need to have a degree to earn a high income as a successful IT specialist? Despite the common misconception that you need a degree to enjoy a successful high-paying career, as global employment site Monster.com highlights, there are many high-paying tech jobs you can get without a university degree. Here are just […]

An inspirational day with Danessa Myricks at her make-up and beauty masterclass

31
Jan

Over the Australia Day long weekend, I had the exciting opportunity to attend the Look and Learn Masterclass by successful make-up artist, photographer and entrepreneur Danessa Myricks in Perth, along with the rest of the team of TrainSmart Australia trainers as well as our students. I first saw Danessa Myricks at the International Make-Up Artists […]

Certificate training courses in Perth WA

29
Jan

To be able to successfully compete in today’s job market, it’s important to be well-equipped with the knowledge and skills you need to meet the changing demands for jobs. In Western Australia, the State Government (through the Department of Training and Workforce Development) implemented the Jobs and Skills WA initiative to prioritise its investment in […]

New Screen and Media diploma course launched in Sydney

22
Jan

If you’re an aspiring hair and make-up artist in Sydney, you can gain a unique opportunity to find out what it’s like to work backstage on a large-scale production and see your characters come to life on stage and screen. A new Screen and Media diploma course has just been launched in Sydney, giving you […]

Life as a Diploma of Screen and Media student

17
Jan

I’m not a person that was ever really into makeup or hair, so when I decided to study for a Diploma of Screen and Media, my friends and family were stunned – and, honestly, so was I. I’ve always been creative and a little bit artsy, but I never thought I would have chosen a […]

A look back at creative make-up in 2018

20
Dec

Having been involved in a wide range of highly acclaimed productions, 2018 has been a busy, but abundantly exciting and fulfilling year for TrainSmart Australia’s TSA College of Creative Arts – and especially its students. The most recent of which was Jesus Christ Superstar. Jesus Christ Superstar is a rock masterpiece written and produced by […]

Making a difference in mental health

14
Dec

In October, we hosted a series of mental health presentations in Perth’s CBD to coincide with World Mental Health Day. Professional experts from their respective fields in mental health discussed important issues facing our society today, including suicide risk, identity and self-esteem, and medications. Through these presentations, our aim was to educate the public on […]

Get one year off your university study!

11
Dec

As a Trainsmart Australia student you can now fast-track your learning, thanks to an advanced standing agreement with Edith Cowan University (ECU).  You can shave off up to a year of your bachelor’s degree if you complete a diploma qualification first!  Check this page for more information about the study paths. Edith Cowan University has […]

Apply Now for our last intake of 2018!

04
Dec

Do you have your own personal lived experience of mental illness? Are you passionate about helping people suffering from mental health issues? With our  CHC43515 Certificate IV in Mental Health Peer Work, you could be on your way to a rewarding career as a recovery worker, carer support worker, peer support worker, community support worker, youth […]

Jesus Christ Superstar: My Journey and the students of TSA College of Creative Arts

27
Nov

Jesus Christ Superstar is a rock masterpiece written and produced by Tim Rice and Andrew Lloyd Webber. It’s a global sensation that exploded into theatres in 1971, and thereafter changed the face of musical theatre forever. The day had come after months of rehearsals for the cast and crew to gather at The Quarry Amphitheatre […]

Community services courses online

23
Nov

Demand for community and health service workers in Australia is consistently on the rise. The Australian Government predicts “very strong” job growth for Welfare Support Workers – including Community Services Workers – over the next 5 years. This reflects the ever-increasing demand for people in our society who can effectively provide a range of support […]

Pursue a successful and rewarding career as a beauty therapist

15
Nov

Getting the know-how and expertise you need to become a qualified and successful beauty therapist can mean you can transform your hobby into a rewarding career. It all starts with getting the right qualification. Working as a beauty therapist in Australia is an excellent career option, with the Australian Government predicting “very strong” job growth […]

What does a youth worker do?

12
Nov

Youth workers play an important role in helping to support, nurture and shape the future of youth within our communities. Jobs and Skills WA define a youth worker as someone who “helps young people develop the skills to make positive changes in their lives.” They do this by providing a range of services to youth […]

TrainSmart Australia’s mental health presentations help to raise awareness of mental health issues

09
Nov

In October, TrainSmart Australia hosted a series of mental health presentations in Perth’s CBD to educate the public on a range of mental health issues and help raise awareness of their impacts and how they can be successfully managed. The presentations, which included Responding to Suicide Risk; Identity and Self-esteem – Positive Psychology Tools; and […]

Working with people with alcohol and other drugs problems

06
Nov

Alcohol and other drugs are major causes of preventable diseases and illnesses in Australia. According to a recent report from the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare (AIHW), there is a strong link between problematic alcohol and other drug use and experiences of homelessness in Australia. Young people are especially vulnerable when it comes to […]

Study now, pay later with VET Student Loans-approved courses

02
Nov

When it comes to getting qualified for your dream job, costs can be an obstacle between you and your career aspirations – especially when you need to pay course fees upfront while juggling living expenses. VET Student Loans give you the opportunity to apply for a government loan to help fund your studies, meaning you […]

How to get into university with a diploma

26
Oct

Getting into university isn’t always easy. Places at well-renowned and respected universities are usually highly sought-after, and competition is high to secure a place. If you’re fresh out of high school and haven’t obtained the necessary grades, or without relevant work experience in your chosen field, it can be especially difficult to meet the entry […]

3 tips for how to get motivated to study online

25
Oct

It can be easy to get yourself caught in a rut when you’re juggling things like work, family and a social life with online studies. Here’s 5 tips for how to get motivated to study online:   Plan and prioritise One of the greatest pitfalls when it comes to motivation for online students is that […]

Top 5 tips for building a mentally healthy workplace

19
Oct

Workplace stress is a reality around the world. In a recent study, the International Labour Organisation (ILO) found that work-related stress around the world costs global society billions in direct and indirect costs annually (source: WFMH). And the ramifications go far deeper than the financial costs – the human costs of workplace stress can equate […]

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