What our students say about us
- "Couldn't be happier with the support I received, AITT were very patient and understanding. A wonderful group of people." - Brian Barnett - Diploma of VET
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Important Coronavirus Information for Students
As you are aware, Australia is taking all necessary precautions to protect and prevent the spread of Coronavirus (COVID-19) now that we are on high alert of a second wave. The current COVID-19 outbreak in Victoria is concerning and measures are being taken to protect South Australians from the increased risk caused as a result of this situation (SA Health).
AITT has moved classes to ZOOM online to deliver our training. This has been a great success and has ensured students and staff remain safe and are still progressing through their course. We have also adjusted our Elizabeth office hours; Monday – Thursday 930am – 230pm to ensure you have access to face to face support if required (pre-appointments to be made)and to reduce contact and lessen the risk.
As a student of AITT, we ask you to follow hygienic practices when in the office, be mindful if you are unwell, to not attend the office, if you have been in contact with someone that has tested positive to Covid19, or if you have contracted Covid19, you inform AITT. We ask for your respect to others and be vigilant in your own practices in following the below information.
AITT are remaining vigilant in our practices and we are also calling on YOU to follow guidelines set out by our Government.
We ask YOU to take precaution and follow the below information if you have been in close contact with others that have travelled or arrived from interstate or overseas or if you are feeling unwell.
If you have been interstate in the past 14 days you must:
follow Government direction on where and when to isolate. Avoid public settings - this means you should not attend work, school, childcare or university or go to other public places such as restaurants, cinemas or shopping centres and should not use public transport or taxis. Do this for 14 days after arriving in South Australia (other than when seeking medical care) only people who usually live in the household should be in the home. Do not allow visitors into the home.you should stay in a different room to other people as much as possible.
A close contact could include any person meeting any of the following criteria:
living in the same household or household-like setting (for example, a boarding school or hostel)direct contact with the body fluids or laboratory specimens of a confirmed case a person who spent two hours or longer in the same room face-to-face contact for more than 15 minutes with the case in any other setting not listed above.
Many people who contract COVID–19 will suffer only mild symptoms. However early indications are that the elderly and people with pre-existing medical conditions are more at risk of experiencing severe symptoms.
The most common coronavirus symptoms reported include:
Breathing difficulties such as breathlessness
Fatigue or tiredness
Chills or sweats
Loss of sense of smell or taste
If you have any of the above symptoms, for further advice, call the SA COVID-19 Information Line - 1800 253 787 or your general practitioner https://www.covid-19.sa.gov.au/health-advice/call-centres-and-information-lines
Strategies for protecting yourself and others includes:
get tested if you have symptoms (even if mild) practise good hygiene, download the COVIDSafe app, keep 1.5 metres distance from others wherever, whenever possible, covering your coughs and sneezes with your elbow or a tissue, disposing of tissues properly, washing your hands often with soap and water, including before and after eating and after going to the toilet, using alcohol-based hand sanitisers, cleaning and disinfecting surfaces, if you are sick, avoiding contact with others and staying more than 1.5 metres away from people
Please see below links for further information.
At this stage, we will continue to deliver classes through ZOOM online and our office hours will remain as stated above.
If you have any questions, please feel free to contact our office.
Early Childhood Education and Care CEO
AUSTRALIAN INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER
Early Childhood College (Elizabeth)
What we do
AITT began as, and still is a management consulting business. We help organisations reach their objectives and solve problems by giving them the skills they need for success.
In 2001, we became a Registered Training Organisation to deliver nationally and internationally recognised qualifications. This added tremendous value for our consulting solutions.
Being an RTO also allowed us to help individuals, jobseekers and school students get ahead in their career journey.
In 2020 our growth will see us expand into three colleges and one management consulting provider.
AITT International Pty Ltd (Management Consulting)
AITT Future Skills College Pty Ltd
AITT Training and Assessment College Pty Ltd
AITT Early Childhood Education & Care College Pty Ltd
This expansion will allow us to focus and grow our niches while being able to support larger management consulting scopes of work. A new website will be launched in 2020.
Attention TAE Students!
AITT's Training and Assessment College has started operating at 223 Angas Street in the Adelaide CBD!
Here are the contact details for all TAE enquiries:
Phone: (08) 84320470
Our Early Childhood and Perth contact numbers & emails remain the same!
As a Registered Training Organisation, we are accredited to deliver Nationally Recognised Qualifications from Cert III to Advanced Diploma levels. All courses are certified to the standards set by the Australian Skills Quality Authority (ASQA) and Australian Qualifications Framework (AQF).
What our students say about us
- "I have received nothing but support and encouragement from a highly professional team, who are clearly invested in the success of their students". - Sally Wetherall - Certificate IV Training and Asesssment