USI – Unique Student Identifier

Yep it’s a pain but it’s easy and free to gain this number and will provide access to your training records well into the future. All Nationally Recognised training from the 1st January 2015 will require the participant to provide their USI number to the training organisation. This information will then create a database that enables the participant to view, on one site, all of their accredited training and obtain transcripts of this training. You will only need to get this number once.

  • Students will be able to get a complete record of their Australian-wide VET achievements from a single, secure and accurate online source.
  • There will be immediate access to your training records which can then be easily given to employers or other training organisations etc as proof of VET ( Vocational Education and Training ) achievements.

To get this USI number all you need to do is visit www.usi.gov.au and have some form of approved identification such as a drivers licence number or Medicare card. It should only take a few minutes to create this personal lifetime number.

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MAINTAINING OUR SERVICE AND PRICES DURING THESE DIFFICULT TIMES.

We are running very limited number of courses at our Gosford and Cardiff (Charlestown) venues , all other venues are currently closed.

We are taking all required steps to ensure everyone’s safety including ensuring 4sqm per person, removing tables, no breathes required when doing CPR, ample cleansing wipes, refusal of attendance for any participants presenting with flu or cold symptoms or those that should be self isolating. 

Our standing request for unwell students : If you are unwell with any type of “cold or flu” we will NOT ALLOW YOU TO ENTER THE COURSE.

Health.nsw.gov.au Covid 19 update

Travelling to a course is permitted in NSW under the new guidelines (educational reasons)