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  • Workplace health and safety: The glue that holds it all together

    Workplace health and safety: The glue that holds it all together

    Posted 24 August 2015 / No comments

    Possibly the best WHS speech ever. O'Neill's pioneering success shows us just how much workplace health and safety matters.

  • Event: Adult Learners’ Week – 1–8 September 2015

    Event: Adult Learners’ Week – 1–8 September 2015

    Posted 24 August 2015 / No comments

    Work Health and Safety An exciting career option. Line Management Institute

  • 5 Productivity-Crushing Habits to Stop Today

    5 Productivity-Crushing Habits to Stop Today

    Posted 18 August 2015 / No comments

    A quick Google search reveals that people across the globe are

  • Preparing for a Career in Human Resources

    Preparing for a Career in Human Resources

    Posted 10 August 2015 / No comments

    If your career goals lean in the direction of Human Resources Manager or other similar roles, the ideal study option for you may be our Diploma of Human Resources Management.

  • The Best Way to Ask for a Recommendation

    The Best Way to Ask for a Recommendation

    Posted 13 July 2015 / No comments

    Whether its for a job or for admission into higher education or an internship program, at some point you will need recommendations from educators or previous employers. Here are some simple tips to getting solid recommendations.

  • Landing the Job: 5 Tips to Ace Your Interview

    Landing the Job: 5 Tips to Ace Your Interview

    Posted 3 July 2015 / No comments

    It's a no brainer you should always put your best foot forward in a job interview. But what exactly is your best foot and how do you know it's what employers are looking for?

  • What Makes a Great Boss?

    What Makes a Great Boss?

    Posted 22 June 2015 / No comments

    There's a fine art in finding balance between remaining an approachable and positive boss and being a tough and dependable leader. So what does it take to be a successful and effective boss?

  • Notes for Entrepreneurs:  Tips to Help You Choose the Right Business Partners

    Notes for Entrepreneurs: Tips to Help You Choose the Right Business Partners

    Posted 16 June 2015 / No comments

    How to select the right business partner? Here are a few tips for building a lasting partnership for a successful business.

  • What our students say

    “Trainer Support was great.  All my assessment were marked in a timely manner.  Admin support was helpful and also responded in a timely manner.  Help was readily available when needed by friendly and professional staff.”

    Michael AngusCert. IV Training and Assessment - December 2014 at

  • What our students say

    “I looked for an online course and I wanted to commence my studies from overseas.  LMIT was a suitable choice.  They were helpful and provided me all the information I requested. Study materials were awesome and it was easy to access them wherever I needed them.”

    BalazsCert. IV Work, Health and Safety - February 2015 at

  • What our students say

    “The Learning material was certainly current and relevant to the modern workplace.  The online version was well formatted and presented in an attractive manner.”

    Bronwyn QuaileCert IV in Human Resources - June 2015 at

  • What our students say

    “The trainers and staff were very friendly and very helpful. This is my third course with Line Management Institute of Training and I am very satisfied that, once again I have learned valuable skills which enhanced my professional confidence, adding value to my future employment prospects.”

    Traian BerloDiploma of Quality Auditing - August 2015 at

  • What our students say

    From the outset and first contact I have received high quality service from LMIT staff, from the Trainer/ Assessor to the Customer Service Representative. They contacted me more than I contacted them. When I needed help or information it was courteously handled and monitored until I had achieved or received what I needed.

    Initially I struggled with the portal, but that was me not the technology. Once I had spent a bit of time to familiarise myself it worked for me. I like the toggles, and the explanations are clear. I worried about the submission process and attaching files, but put that behind me until the time came to submit. The documentation was clear and the advice notes and messages from the Trainer/Assessor more than met my needs.

    When Jessica said that someone would be in touch in a set period of time she spoke the truth. If it was financial or course related LMIT were on the ball and the emails always addressed my query or need. I commented to Jessica a couple of times how pleasant it was and how, for example, when I added TAE50211 actions were immediate. I was impressed.

    Chris BartlettDiploma of VET at

  • What our students say

    I have enrolled into the Diploma of Quality Auditing to consolidate my skills and enhance my employment opportunities. While I was an OHS/Quality Lead auditor with several years of experience and a HSEQ internal auditor, I have found this course very helpful and the technical support provided was second to none. The trainers and staff were very friendly and very helpful. This is my third course with Line Management Institute of Training and I am very satisfied that, once again I have learned valuable skills which enhanced my professional confidence, adding value to my future employment prospects.

    Traian BerloDiploma of Quality Auditing at

  • What our students say

    “The main reason I enrolled into this course was because I was looking to upskill myself and be a qualified trainer. There was also a fantastic promotion on at the time of my enrolment which I got a free course (OHS) when I signed up for the TAA. I had been running training sessions in my previous retail job, but could never get a proper training role as I didn't have the Cert IV qualification and that further encouraged me to take on this course. Currently, I'm working as an HR Officer for a utilities company and doing this course will help me progress further in the field. It could also allow me to move into the T&D area of the team which is ultimately where my passions lie (in training). This course is allowing me to brush up on my writing skills for reports and socialising skills utilising the online student portal. I've been the lucky few who have had a chance to do this course via blended and VELP and I'm finding the support from the staff and trainers to be my main source of motivation. They keep me grounded and focused on what I have to do to achieve what I originally set out to do. I am a great procrastinator as I find it quite difficult to cope being back in study, and having the constant help and reminders from LMIT, I am finding it easier to complete my course.”

    Sandra LimCertificate IV in TAA & Certificate IV in OHS at

  • What our students say

    “Having recently taken up a full time position as Quality Manager, I wanted to ensure I had the knowledge and tools to undertake the role successfully and wanted to build upon the knowledge I had already gained in the workplace. Since completing the course, I now have increased knowledge of continuous quality improvement methodology and the associated tools available and have been able to apply them successfully in my role. The course has also given me the knowledge to communicate effectively with other senior staff within the organisation and understand the critical requirements to ensuring a successful quality improvement program. I found that although I did the course externally, I had sufficient support from my online support officer and the course material and information provided was very good. By doing the course externally I could work at my own pace and could also apply many of the subject assignments to my workplace.”

    Robyn WareDiploma of Quality Management at

  • What our students say

    “The main reason I enrolled into the Cert IV TAA course was the offer of employment to become a trainer for an RTO and also due to redundancy at my previous employment. So I decided to embark upon a career change as I feel I could provide a valuable service to the training industry and help others gain potential employment. The course has helped me to achieve my goal which is to become a successful trainer and assessor in the Dangerous Goods and Construction sector. The course provided me with communication skills, inclusive learning skills, and the confidence that will enhance my prospects for future employment in my chosen profession. When I embarked upon this course on 26/03/2010 I really did not think I would attain the qualification as I have never attempted such an intense course but, with the support from Line Management my goal has now been achieved. I would finally like to say that all the team members at Line Management provided me with the knowledge and encouragement that I needed and were a key aspect to my personal development. This has provided me with a professional and positive outlook and given me the opportunity to gain additional skills required for future employment. I would like to thank Line Management Institute of Training for their excellent job.”

    Kevin WoodsCert IV Training and Assessment at

  • What our students say

    “I initially enrolled into this course to consolidate my life skills and work experience; this qualification will confirm my position in the OHS industry as an equal with a qualification to proud of. I have learnt many valuable skills such as the need for exhaustive planning and review of works; even if you believe your work is comprehensive there is always room for new learning. Initially it was difficult to get started however my trainer managed my situation with professionalism and enthusiasm by recognising my prior learning and current industry competency and collated my evidence to a successful outcome. Thanks to my trainer and the team. I will be directing my colleagues to Line Management Institute of Training.”

    Kevin CareyDiploma of OHS at

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