Training team continue to deliver successful workshops in rural towns

The NRA Training and Development team frequently travel across Australia to visit retailers, big and small, to deliver specialised knowledge and industry-specific expertise in order to grow their business. The team develop flexible and tailored training for employers and deliver the highest quality training in regional locations and capital cities throughout Australia.  Recently, the team visited […]

NRA Training working with members to add value to employee induction programs

This week NRA Training is travelling to Thursday Island to begin working with an NRA member,  Islanders Board of Industry & Service, (IBIS). We will deliver a Certificate II in Retail Services to indigenous jobseekers who will be participating in face to face workshop training and work experience placement in the IBIS community stores.  This training […]

Ready for Retail –MiHaven Cairns Program

This week we have completed our third Ready for Retail course delivered in conjunction with MiHaven in Cairns. Using our industry endorsed training program, MiHaven and the National Retail Association have trained seven participants in a Certificate II in Retail Services, giving them skills in customer service, visual merchandising, point of sale and how to […]

NRA’s Customised Training Programs

This week, the NRA Training and Development team delivered a customised program for Strandbags at their annual conference in Sydney. This is the third consecutive year that our Trainer Jo Maxwell has been invited to present at this event,  and is something that she loves to do and looks forward to. This year the topic […]

Queensland Training subsidies and incentives

In July, the 2016-17 Annual VET Investment Plan was released. It outlines the Queensland Government’s planned investment in vocational education and training over the coming year; a record $810.7 million in skills and training, an increase of $56.1 million from last year. Over 1/4 million Queenslanders undertake publicly funded training every year with 2015-2016 seeing a 6.4% growth […]