Workplace Dimensions gives you the training you need to upskill
to a nationally recognised qualification.
We offer live, interactive online programs via Zoom
including WHS and Leadership & Management .

Welcome to Workplace Dimensions

We’re here for one reason – to give you the skills to move forward in your career. Whether you’re wanting to progress in your current role or looking to build on the skills you’ve already gained and enter a new role, Workplace Dimensions gets you where you want to be with the best industry focused training available. You’ll benefit from our 30 years of experience in training and developing people within Australia’s largest organisations, tailored to what you need for your industry.
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Why learn with Workplace Dimensions?

We’ve been in your industry

We’ve worked across many industries, from construction, government, corporate, utilities, mining, aviation, retail, transport, manufacturing, health and insurance. Our facilitators aren’t the ‘chalk and talk’ type – they bring years of industry specific experience to their training, combined with the latest learning methods, to make sure your experience is tailored to the way you learn best.

 

You'll learn what you need

We’ve taken the learning techniques we’ve developed to train thousands of learners in Australasia’s largest organisations and made them available to you. Our facilitators train in a way that makes the information stick and gives you the skills to use what you learn in the training room in your industry.

Face to face programs and online

Focus on your learning in an interactive face to face or live-online environment with a group of peers and a skilled facilitator with extensive industry experience. Our activities are designed to support the completion of your assessments and if you need it, coaching is also available to support you with completing your assessments after the facilitator lead learning program is complete.

We support you

The Workplace Dimensions team are committed to supporting you during and after your classroom sessions,
to make sure you succeed in gaining the competencies to get your qualification.

The National Centre for Vocational Education Research surveyed our learners.
Here's what our learners said:

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97% were satisfied with the overall quality of our training

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93.7% would recommend our training

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96.4% would recommend us as their training provider.

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89.3% achieved their main reason for doing the training.

Source: National Centre for Vocational Education Research (NCVER) Australian vocational education and training statistics 2019
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What our learners say about our programs

An excellent course presented in a manner that was easy to understand and informative. The best lecturer I’ve ever encountered.

I would highly recommend this course to anyone working in the industry!

The whole program was fantastic, thank you Kevin and the Workplace Dimensions team.”

“Where would I start? Beginning with the legislation to reticular activity system, attitude-behaviour-consequences, i.L.E.A.D, SMART are some of the tools, guides and other techniques I have learnt doing the course that I will utilise in my workplace. 

I couldn’t be more impressed with the way this course was conducted. Paul Johnston (facilitator) is a true professional and delivered the information in a manner that meant all participants were able to get involved and, ultimately, learn. Great job Workplace Dimensions.

Want a customised program for your workplace?

We can tailor our programs to your specific workplace and industry
and deliver for you all around Australia face to face
or via live online training!

 

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