Thinking about starting a course in aged care, disability, home care or disability?
In fact, there are some BIG differences between them. Choosing the wrong training provider can reduce your chances of gaining employment after qualifying… that’s if you even qualify.
To make sure you’re investing in the right training provider to get the results you need, see our EmployEase vs TAFE comparison below:
Completion rates – The number of students who complete a course at EmployEase is almost double that of TAFE. This is because EmployEase is a specialist in community services training with over 25 years’ experience.
Employment outcomes – EmployEase have a huge 80% of graduates employed upon completion. After graduation, students are invited to a recruitment day which gives them the opportunity to speak directly with employers who are actively looking for new recruits.
Work placement – EmployEase organise work placement as part of the course. This consists of training in a local facility with a fully qualified Nurse who assists you during this time! Unfortunately, TAFE does not provide this additional support for their students. This can be a little intimidating if they don’t know what you’re doing.
No material costs – Forget about material costs with EmployEase! EmployEase doesn’t charge you for the things you need. Expect to see materials costs, amenities fees and possibly other charges if you look to study with a TAFE.
Local campuses – EmployEase campuses are local, close to home and only have a limited number of students in each class. This makes it easier to manage other commitments such as family and work.
One on one training – EmployEase’s smaller class numbers mean high quality, face to face training with a professional trainer. Trainers who know the student and their circumstances to get you the best outcome. Students aren’t just a number with EmployEase!
Start dates – TAFE’s only have 2 intakes per year which means students have limited opportunity to start on their own accord. Luckily, EmployEase have multiple intakes per year so students can start a course when it suits them!