Upskill in your downtime
Posted on April 24, 2020
If you’ve found yourself with downtime during coronavirus, now is the perfect time to upskill.
You could be an employee and have found yourself on the market or you could be looking to advance your career during this slow economic climate. Learning new skills will give you the edge when work returns to normal.
As an employer, you’ll need to be ready to relaunch with freshly-skilled staff when the coronavirus crisis is over. While the Federal Government’s JobKeeper program will keep staff employed during this period, online training will help them stay engaged while assisting a business to emerge in a stronger position when doors open.
Allara Learning offers nationally recognised qualifications which are an ideal solution for employers who wish to train staff from home or for those individuals wanting to upskill in their downtime. Allara Learning has worked with many of Australia’s leading brands over the years, assisting in the training and upskilling of staff across all levels.
With online certificates and diplomas, these nationally-recognised qualifications are an ideal solution for staff training at home during this current period.
While employers may be eligible for government incentives, employees can apply for subsidies. Concessions may apply for those looking to return to paid employment.
As the Government continues to encourage people to stay at home, online courses offer an ideal environment in which to further advance your skills. In this current climate of self-isolation, learning can also help improve and maintain your mental health and well-being.
Online courses offered by Allara Learning are ideally suited to be undertaken in the current environment and include:
Allara Learning have combined their training expertise with the latest best practices in online learning to create a suite of online short courses that are not only fun and engaging but highly effective.
We are delighted to announce that Allara Learning will be a major sponsor of the North Queensland Cowboys in 2017 and beyond.