Phil has extensive experience working within training in both Registered Training Organisations and in corporate industry. Having spent the past 8 years managing the training and compliance for St John in South Australia, Phil joined SALC in October 2014. He brings with him extensive knowledge of compliance requirements for training organisations and a passion for working in the not for profit sector.
Learning and Development Co-ordinator
Daniel began his training career in 2003 teaching managers and staff commercial point-of-sale systems in numerous franchises and businesses throughout South Australia. In 2011 Daniel moved into the disability field, exclusively training and habilitating clients with various disabilities to improve their job skills and employment outcomes.
Daniel believes in making training as meaningful and engaging for the learner as possible to ensure effective learning. Daniel joined the SALC team in 2016 and holds a Certificate IV in Disability and a Certificate IV in Training and Assessment.
Brenton has worked within the disability sector for 19 years in varying roles where he has developed and facilitated training programs for Disability Employment Service Providers as well as Community Health Providers. Brenton believes in the effective delivery of training programs that will provide an insight to best practises that will enable participants to recognise and support the needs of individuals with a disability. Brenton brings both experience in disability and a passion for the improvement in the service delivery to meet the changing needs of this industry.
Mental Health Co-ordinator
Jo brings a variety of experiences to the SALC that range from working with families and individuals from the age of new born through to seniors, who experience living with various degrees of disabilities, mental health issues and palliative care needs.
Jo’s qualifications include a Bachelor of Applied Science (Disabilities), Diploma in Disabilities, Certificate IV Mental Health and Certificate IV TAE.
Jo believes that working with and supporting individuals through their life journey is a privilege and of great value to all.
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Manager, Learning & Development
An experienced practitioner in the UK within the Community Services sector, Frances worked predominantly with people with disabilities before moving into the vocational training and education sector. Her experience across these industries gives her a broad insight into her current role. Frances’ qualifications include a Masters Degree in Education, Post Graduate Certificate in Mentoring, Diploma in Health & Social Welfare, NVQ Level 4 in Management and a range of Training & Assessment qualifications.
Learning and Development Coordinator
Paul has worked at Minda in a variety of roles for over 30 years. In his role as a Development Educator Paul trained staff in supporting people with intellectual disability and it was through conducting this training that Paul discovered his passion for education.
Joining the SALC team in 2008, Paul began training First Aid and Manual Handling. Since then, he has used his qualifications and experience to train in many topics, including Personal Power (Recognising and Preventing Abuse), Behaviour Support, Mental Health First Aid, and Apply First Aid. Paul also delivers subjects across Certificate III, IV and Diploma in Disability.
Paul has a strong belief that people living with intellectual disability deserve the best possible support, and quality training for these support workers is a critical aspect of ensuring quality support.