Community

At Capital Training Institute, one of our key objectives is to “develop long-term partnerships with suitable organisations”. We believe these partnerships need to exist on many levels, however most importantly, we see the need to integrate with our local community, building relationships that are mutually beneficial.
CTI helps to up-skill individuals and the community as a whole, providing the opportunity for professional development with a Nationally Recognised Qualification.

CTI Students

CTI recognises the important link with both our past, present, and future students. For those yet to study with us, it is our hope to highlight the benefits we can provide you with should you want to: kick-start your career, help with a career change, or simply formalise your work experience.
For our current students, we understand the constraints of everyday life and how it can impact on your studies. This is why we pride ourselves on our flexible delivery and blended learning approach, providing our training in a range of ways to cater for school leavers and those ‘mature age’ students needing to continue working while studying.
Finally, our past students are our ‘voice’ in the community; highlighting the effect CTI has had on their professional careers. It is you that tells the greater community who we are and how we can help you. No matter the stage of your “CTI lifecycle”, we can continue to help you with your professional career. For more information contact us today on 1300 CTI EDU.

Not for Profit Organisations

CTI has always been committed to engaging its local community. To assist in this process, 2014 will see the introduction of our “Community Rebate Scheme”. The Community Rebate gives not-for-profit organisations the opportunity to directly benefit from our success, by receiving a financial rebate for any affiliated individuals who undertake qualifications with CTI.
Contact us today to discuss how CTI can help your not-for-profit organisation through our “Community Rebate Scheme”.

 

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