‘Training to Work’ Unit
Ochre utilises the scope, experience and expertise of both our RTO, Ochre Training and our Employment Unit to solidify our claim to be the leading specialists in the ‘training to work’ arena. At Ochre we provide customised ‘training to work’ programs that are linked to guaranteed jobs.
With high success rates for the delivery and outcomes of our intensive and extensive pre-employment programs so far in the areas of facilities management, trainee machine operators, admin, scaffolder and construction training, all of which lead to guaranteed jobs for the participants. Using our large network of high profile and large client companies, Ochre has the capacity to secure guaranteed jobs at the first instance; we then carefully select the most suitable candidates in partnership with the client companies to enhance the prospects of long-term retention rates to benefit both the employer and the employee.
The Ochre specialist ‘training to work’ unit that has the sole focus of rolling out these programs all year round to provide the maximum employment opportunities for Indigenous people which is in turn assisting the Government with its ‘Closing the Gap’ initiative. Who better to deliver these programs than an Indigenous business with a focus on improving the future of the Indigenous community across Australia, through nationally recognised training and legitimate employment opportunities?
THE OCHRE POINT OF DIFFERENCE
Our service is based on the standard labour hire models; however we offer the following benefits which set us apart from any competitor:
- Ochre can provide a 100% Indigenous workforce if the client company requests.
- Ochre considers safety to be an extremely high priority, and this is embedded into the culture and mindset of our workforce.
- Ochre is able to work with the client company to ensure all selected candidates have all compliances in place to achieve site clearance.
- Ochre has a fantastic mentoring program to assist and support each of our new starter personnel and their families with the issues of the FIFO industry. The mentor program includes regular contact with new starters via phone, emails and site visits with the candidate and their supervisors.
- Our mentoring will be available to our personnel even after they have been transferred over to the host mining company. This is part of our cultural obligation to ensure the long-term success of our workforce.
- We undertake all pre-screens, reference checks, compliance needs and all medical and urinalysis screens.
- Ochre has mandatory personal development workshops for all new starters across all of our Industries.
- Our workforce is encouraged to acknowledge their roles and responsibilities as role models to their families, as well as within the Indigenous community in general.
- Ochre encourages the host mining companies to take ownership of the personnel after a six-month period to provide long-term and permanent employment for those candidates.
- Ochre wishes to be known as a vehicle for the eager, willing and able Indigenous people to eventually be placed into permanent employment roles. These roles will assist the candidates to forge long-terms careers within their industry of choice.
- Ochre wishes to be known as the labour hire provider of choice when it comes to provision of quality supply of people, as needed, for all of our valued clients across many different industries. Labour hire is an excellent vehicle to get Indigenous people into eventual long-term employment across many diverse industries.
- The founder and CEO of Ochre has a genuine desire to improve the quality of life for Indigenous people and to develop the future potential of the Indigenous community in general.
Full Qualification Courses
Ochre now has the capacity to delivery full qualifications for the following courses:
- Cert I and II Leadership Development
- Cert II Retail Services
- Cert II Construction
- Cert II Civil Construction
- Cert II Resources and Infrastructure
- Cert II Cleaning Operations
- Cert II Warehousing Operations
These courses can be completed as part of our ‘training to work’ programs at our Burswood training centre, as school based training programs or as pre-app courses to prepare for employment as apprentices or trainees.
Traineeships combine practical experience at work with structured training. Traineeships are usually in non-trade areas such as hospitality, business, manufacturing and health.
As a trainee, the employee enters into a formal training contract with an employer that leads to a nationally recognised qualification. They spend most of the time in paid employment, learning practical skills on the job before putting them into practice. The rest of the time is spent in structured training, at a registered training organisation like Ochre Training, or being assessed in the workplace.
The training requirements are part of the training plan which is negotiated between the employer, the trainee and Ochre. Traineeships are now competency based. This means they can be completed earlier if the trainee can show they have reached the skills levels required for the industry.
Ochre Training (RTO 52506) has the following short courses available at our Burswood training centre. They can also be delivered anywhere around Australia.
- First aid
- Confined Space
- Working at Heights
- Four Wheel Drive
- Forklift License
- Fatigue Management
- How to Use a PC
- How to Create Simple Word Docs
- How to Use the Internet and Email
Ochre Training is an authorised RTO for the Rio Tinto Gap Training component for Working at Heights.
Ochre Training is an authorised RTO for the Centrepay program which allows for people to undertake our training programs which are then paid for from their Centrelink benefits in an affordable way.