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Truly immersive learning Experiences

 

 

  • Latest Nationally recognised training
  • Trainers who actually work in the industry
  • 25 years experience in the Community Sector
  • 18 years experience as a  registered training organisation
  • High quality materials, resources and personalised support
  • The opportunity to learn and work with the best

 

 

We are not just another RTO or TAFE

The Spectrum Organization is a non-profit, benevolent association committed to the wellbeing of the community. The organisation’s ethos is inclusive, celebrating those things that make us all alike and human, by providing service options that are accessible and appropriate for all in our community. Service provision is person centred and holistic, a wellness model that seeks to build strength and capacity in the individual through service delivery and connection with the community. Spectrum provides a venue where all members of the community are welcome and where the capacity of the individual to make a valuable contribution to their community is recognised and facilitated.

Do you want the best community sector training available?

Learning that is not just online or in the class room.

 Learning that will immerse you in the sector and provide you with opportunities to practice your skills in a real community services environment, with real clients and hands on supervision.

From working in our respite home, to working with kids and young adults with disabilities in our vacation programs, to supporting and assisting our disability and mental health clients to achieve their outcomes, Spectrum offers you real life experiences like no other training provider.

With our main campus on the same grounds as our support, counselling and health and fitness services, from the very first moment you walk into Spectrum you will be immersed in day to day workings of a community services provider with more than 25 years experience in the field.  You may also have the opportunity to work at our respite home, to assist with clients through our community access programs, and support them to achieve the outcomes they desire while you achieve yours.

 

Spectrum commenced operation as an employment service, formed by a sub-committee of the Redcliffe Special School’s Parents and Citizens Association. At this time the local area offered a limited range of options for students with disabilities exiting the school system and the committee sought to establish a service focussed on extending these options. Spectrum Employment Service Association Inc. commenced service delivery in 1991, providing community based employment support services to people with disabilities in the local area. Over the 22years of operation, the service maintained an ongoing commitment to facilitating sustainable, long-term employment opportunities with equitable remuneration for clients of the service.In 1997 Spectrum’s CEO facilitated the commencement of The Spectrum Organization Association Inc. to work in partnership with the employment service to provide an holistic model of service delivery to people with disabilities. Since this time, the organisation has grown to provide a range of community service options to support and engage the broader community. Spectrum uses its resources and the skills of its staff to target disadvantage in whatever form it may take and strengthen the sense of connectedness within the community.Spectrum now boasts an extensive community centre in Lawnton QLD, with outreach service to the broader area extending north of Brisbane City to the Sunshine Coast. The community centre and scope of services currently includes:

  • A registered training organisation (2441) providing a range of accredited training. Spectrum operates professional training facilities for face to face training and hire to the public as well as offering a range of online training options
  • A recreation and fitness centre including a large gymnasium with free and pin weights, a designated cardio room, group fitness classes, personal training, a purpose built obstacle course, tennis courts and multi-purpose courts.
  • A disability support service offering a range of service options for clients including accommodation support, community access, life skill development, case management and family support.

In addition to these service streams, the organisation provides complementary professional supports including:

  • Professional counselling
  • Psychology
  • Exercise Physiology
  • Massage

 

For more information on any of our courses contact one of our friendly learning advisors