Training for Learning Co commenced in July 1995.
It was named Training for Learning Co to endorse the belief that training must offer the growth factor of learning to be valuable to the individual and the client organisation. The company is affectionately referred to as TLC, and the team ensure that TLC is observed in their facilitation.
As a Training Organisation, TLC offers industry recognised courses to provide qualifications and skills to business clients and individuals.
TLC is renowned for trainer training. TLC Principal, Catherine Logue, has been delivering training and facilitation techniques since 1990. With the introduction of the first vocational qualification in 1995 known as the Certificate in Workplace Training Category 2 , Catherine tailored the course for her individual clients.
As the training curriculum changed, TLC continued to deliver the nationally accredited programs while tailoring case studies and materials to individual clients. TLC now delivers trainer education and business management on behalf of HBTA Qld (RTO 30831).
TLC has delivered Retail, Beauty and Security qualifications for a range of client businesses In 2008 TLC moved the focus to general management training across the broad spectrum of business operations. TLC had been delivering to their business clients since 1995. This meant Supervisors, Managers and Business owners could undertake training and build a range of recognised skills to better run their operation and receive recognised qualifications in Frontline Management at the same time.
Principal Catherine Logue is a member of AITD Australian Institute of Training & Development, and ensures her team are also members of their professional body. For the past decade, Catherine has held a seat on the National Board of AITD, and undertook the prestigious title of National President for a 3 + 1 year term..
Catherine's passion for training has been the driving force behind the special programs such as Innovation in Training, Innovative in Assessment, Innovation in Advanced Facilitation and Training Games to boost Involvement. New topics have been developed to add to this suite of specialty workshops The overwhelming reaction of the participants has seen the development of resources and manuals to provide them with more resources to tailor their own training delivery. TLC now self publishes training manuals, resources, inspirational DVD's and inspirational posters for the dedicated training professional.
Another division, the Career Centre, was started in 1997 to assist graduates and clients with the development of their portfolios. TLC now works with individuals, business clients and government departments; developing resumes, applications and providing interview coaching to complete the cycle of career development. TLC has recently published a second edition of the Career Series booklets, which were released in 1998 to assist school leavers with the development of the profile folders