Outsource Institute of Technology is a flexible, passionate and knowledgeable Registered Training Organisation delivering nationally accredited business, management and engineering courses whilst focussing on building relationships with clients and students alike.
Our vision is to be recognised locally and globally as a premium provider of flexible and customised Engineering and Business Training solutions.
It is our mission to continuously expand and enhance our relationships with our Australian and International customers while continuously improving our systems, course offerings and people.
Industry Skills Fund
The $476 million Industry Skills Fund – Growth Stream (the fund) is a key element in the Australian Government’s Industry Innovation and Competitiveness Agenda and will provide up to 200,000 training places and support services over four years.The fund prioritises SMEs, including micro businesses, and is delivered through the single business service, which streamlines access to essential information for all Australian businesses. Continue Reading »
Trade Skills Assessment & Gap Training
The Trade Skills Assessment and Gap Training program supports eligible individuals who can demonstrate substantial competency to complete a nationally recognised Certificate II or higher level qualification in a priority trade. The Trade Skills Assessment and Gap Training program will also provide eligible employers or industry with the capacity to address current workforce development needs that are adversely impacting on productivity where individual employees meet the program’s eligibility requirements. Continue Reading »
Global Village Housing
This February we are jetting off our CEO Jenny Townend to join the Global Village Housing team in Cambodia to help make a world of difference to those in need! Global Village Housing is a grassroots social enterprise that builds and gifts homes in Cambodia – to the poorest of the poor…. Our mission is to put her to work building these incredible houses. Continue Reading »
Industry Partnerships Strategy
Industry Partnerships Strategy The Industry Partnerships Strategy is a key initiative under the Queensland Government’s five-year training reform action plan Great skills Real opportunities. The strategy provides Queensland industry with an opportunity to partner with government to meet the priority skill and workforce needs of employers. It provides employers with an opportunity to influence public investment in skills, including how, where and when training is delivered. Continue Reading »
PBC Alliance Breakfast
PBC Alliance Breakfast One of our Engineering Trainers Neil attended a breakfast hosted by the PBC Alliance in support of the Palm Beach Currumbin State High Pathway Centre Apprenticeship/Traineeship and Work experience programs in 2014. The guest speaker for the event was Jann Stuckey (Minister for Tourism, Major Events, Small Business and the Commonwealth Games). The main focus of the event was the presentation of the vocational awards. Continue Reading »