In some good news for the training industry, Registered Training Organisation (RTO) Lennox Institute has received funding for 15 places in Sydney for the Diploma of Management Course in 2014. However, the funding does not cover the enrolment cost.
Hako, off the back of its sponsorship of the Building Service Contractors Association of Australia’s (BSCAA) Young Manager of the Year Award, has decided to cover the enrolment cost for each of the 15 places.
Hako’s managing director, Frank Cupido, says the decision came about for two reasons – to help eliminate any barriers for employers to send their key staff and to try and put training on the map in the industry. Hako’s involvement means that neither employers nor students will have to pay anything to attend the course.
“I chose do this because I feel well-trained staff and development is the key to sustained success. If we can continue to develop people in our industry then our industry will be better for it,” continued Cupido. “And if I can have Hako associated as a genuine contributor to industry success, then that is an added bonus and great for the Hako brand.
“Our team here are constantly involved in training of some form or another – be it product training or external course development,” Cupido shared. “And we will have at least two of our own people undertaking the Diploma Course with Lennox.”
Enrolments must be sent by end of April to Lennox Insititute in order to be eligible, visit www.lennoxinstitute.org