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A look at what makes a Royal College graduate

A look at what makes a Royal College graduate

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Aged care courses are offered at a number of training providers Australia-wide. So what is it that makes Royal College graduates stand out and succeed? We’re immensely proud of the success of our graduates and make it our mission to give learners the skills and training they need not just to succeed in their studies […]

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JobTrainer funding: everything you need to know

JobTrainer funding: everything you need to know

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Funded training places are now available for those wanting to study aged care with Royal College. Changes to government initiatives like JobTrainer can be hard to follow, but don’t worry if you’re not sure what JobTrainer means for you. Below you’ll find all you need to know about how to take advantage of the latest […]

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Job seekers guide to working in aged care

Job seekers guide to working in aged care

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Getting the job you want is important, but knowing when and how to start looking can sometimes feel like a bit of a challenge. With this in mind, we’ve put together a useful guide to help job seekers get a head start. From getting qualified to getting the job, here’s everything you need to know. […]

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International Women’s Day 2022

International Women’s Day 2022

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Here at Royal College we are acknowledging International Women’s Day. Taking place each year on 8 March with the mission of celebrating women across the world, International Women’s Day is a time to recognise how far we have come in the pursuit of gender equality but also how far we still have to go. The […]

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Tips for studying aged care as a mature age student

Tips for studying aged care as a mature age student

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Thinking about heading back to study in your later 20s, 30s, 40s or 50s? This means you will be returning as a mature age student. If it’s been a while since you last studied, whether it was in high school or undertaking a course, you might feel a little nervous. But there’s no need to […]

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Changing careers with Royal College

Changing careers with Royal College

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When you’re doing your research around course providers and what’s involved in starting a career in aged care, it’s important to get firsthand guidance from those who have been there. That’s why we got in touch with Royal College learner Helene Fletcher. Helene was kind enough to lend us some of her time to chat […]

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A study journey with support

A study journey with support

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If you have been exploring the prospect of commencing or progressing a career in aged care, you might already realise that there are many reasons to work in aged care. More than just a job, working in aged care is an opportunity to engage in fulfilling work, make a meaningful contribution to society, cultivate valuable […]

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Education trends for optimal learner outcomes in 2022

Education trends for optimal learner outcomes in 2022

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New technology, sector overhauls, societal shifts — there are many factors that influence learning trends from year to year. Not to mention of course the pandemic that certainly drove changes to the way we live, work and study. The way education and training is approached can evolve over time. And so it should, as the […]

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The value of aged care staff and the sector

The value of aged care staff and the sector

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At Royal College we work directly with the aged care teams who support our vulnerable elderly citizens. In providing high quality training to aged care workers, we see the valuable contribution they bring to communities across the country. As we enter the third year of the Covid-19 pandemic, which has had a marked impact on […]

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