18 Aug Connecting virtually with METS Training
We’re all doing things a bit differently during COVID, but the METS Training team firmly believes that with the right support students can continue working to achieve their career goals virtually.
METS’ online classes give students and trainers the option to work together virtually, and break courses down into small segments for students to learn and retain information easily.
Jordan, a DSA participant undertaking the School Leaver Employment Supports (SLES) Program has started his Certificate II in Warehousing Operations course with METS to kickstart his career in the warehousing industry.
Jordan’s Employment Consultant was the first to recommend the METS course and while he was nervous about starting initially, meeting and working with Trainer and Assessor Steve put Jordan’s mind to ease.
“I am really appreciative of all the support Steve has provided me throughout the course. I’m really impressed with how he rephrases content to make sure we have all understood the information before moving on,” Jordan said.
“He shows all of us students so much respect during class and makes even virtual learning a fun experience that I look forward to it every week. I was even happy to log into class on my birthday!”
DSA’s Employment Pathways and METS teams are thrilled to hear how much Jordan is enjoying the course, and that our partnership is creating exciting outcomes for participants.
“It’s been amazing to see participants who have maybe been told in the past that they will not amount to anything, working with experienced trainer to achieve nationally-recognised qualifications, build upon their skills and gain so much confidence,” said Karlie Trypis, Assistant Manager at Bankstown DSA.