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Three Ways To Tap Into Your Creativity

When you have a job and career that involves caring for either children, the disabled or the elderly, there will always be a time when you need to get creative in the activities you carry out with them. Whether it’s art, drawing or drama, or music and dancing,...

Five Tips To Get The Most From Your Adult Education 

As adults, we have a tendency to overthink things and we can often be quite hard on ourselves. We may feel we are ‘too old’ to begin a new career or ‘not qualified enough’ or just plain ‘too busy’ to take on a life changing and lifestyle improving course.  You know...

Food Preparation in the Carer’s Workplace

In Early Childhood, Disability and Aged Care settings, we can make huge differences in the lives of children, parents and other family members, and a large part of that includes how we prepare their food and make meal times an enjoyable experience. For this reason,...

Relationships with Family Members

Whether the course you’re undertaking will qualify you to work with children, the disabled or the aged community, you will need to have skills to communicate and build relationships with the family members of those in your care. This is a vital part of the care...

Why Should You Study Business?

Are you wondering why you may need business skills to apply to your chosen career? There are so many amazing reasons to study business, no matter what field of work you decide to enter into. Knowing how to run a business of any kind will afford you so many more work...

Should I study from home or on campus?

h&h Accredited Training Australasia is one of the leading accredited providers of government funded vocational education.  A family owned and operated college located in the heart of Granville, NSW, h&h caters to a wide range of students, jobseekers and employed...

What does a disability services worker do?

Disability care services in NSW provide support to the many people with intellectual or physical disability. It is a rewarding career choice with many career paths stemming from disability services study. Not only do you usually support the person that has the...

Why would someone go back to study?

Going back to study further particularly when you haven’t studied in years can be particularly daunting. Is it worth it?  Can you handle the increased workload? Will it pay off in the long run? Are all questions that I’m sure comes to mind. There are however quite a...

Should I study further?

One of the biggest reasons someone will put off studying, is finding the time to add study to their already busy life – most of us have family, work and social commitments, so adding ‘study’ to that mix seems almost impossible.  Then there are the assessments and...