Professional Training Delivered with Heart

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Professional Training Delivered with Heart


Byline: Suni Golightly

SINCE 2004, CHS Training has played a key role in educating and guiding hopeful employees along their career paths.

Since taking the reins of the business a year ago, Darren and Melissa Hayes say they have seen the business continue to grow from strength to strength through the provision of quality training in professional working environments.

aCHS Training is all about the outcome of our courses,a Melissa said.

aItas about giving people the skills they are looking for to build their careers and giving employers the opportunity of employing qualified employees.

aThe support and positive feedback we have received in the Clarence Valley towards our training has been fantastic.a

A leading provider of hospitality, aged care, St Johnas first aid, beauty and real estate training, CHS Training offers nationally accredited short-term, long-term and full certificate courses.

RSA and RCG courses are offered locally and a team of 10 CHS Training industry professional trainers cover regional NSW from the Queensland border, south to Kempsey and west to Armidale and Moree.

aWe go wherever training is needed,a Melissa said.

aWe especially love the chance to work with younger people who are looking to kick-start their chosen career training. We have been involved in delivering RSA and RCG courses in high schools for quite a few years and it has been a wonderful and rewarding experience.a

CHS Training runs regular RSA and RCG courses every month on the NSW North Coast.

There are also some fantastic courses available, including a barista course, St Johnas first aid, real estate CPD, real estate certificate of registration and food safety supervisor training.

CHS Training is also one of the few registered training organisations in NSW able to deliver RSA online via chstrain.

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