Introducing Cerebral Palsy Alliance - providing high quality, evidence-based training for individuals and organisations in the disability sector
At GO1, we partner with some of the best learning content providers from across the world, to bring you up-to-date specialist training for your industry.
Today, we want to introduce you to Cerebral Palsy Alliance (CPA) - one of Australia’s leading disability providers with more than 75 years’ experience in providing world-class services for people living with a broad range of physical and neurological disabilities.
CPA has leveraged this extraordinary expertise to develop a registered training organisation committed to creating high quality content, based on extensive experience, evidence-based knowledge, patience and research.
Through our partnership with CPA, GO1 Premium customers will now have access to high quality, evidence-based training for individuals and organisations in the disability and community sector.
CPA imagines a world where people with disability are fully included, active and contributing members of society, realising their full potential. Technological innovation has the potential to reduce barriers and become a powerful driver of inclusion. With their training at the forefront of the disability sector, you can feel confident that you are accessing the most relevant information out there.
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The organisation’s in-depth understanding of disability supports the development of a skilled and confident workforce, armed with the skills to meet the changing demands of the growing sector, and deliver great outcomes to people living with disability. All CPA online courses are created in consultation with their partners, and incorporate their own expertise as a service provider and training organisation.
Disability Support Practitioner, Robert Doyle, further cements this by stating that CPA training has given him “that confidence to go in there and do my job as best I can.”
CPA offers a wide range of recognised qualifications and specialist training courses to support people working in disability, students and those looking to join the disability and aged care workforce of the future. Training content covers a wide range of specialist topics including:
- Promoting health for people with disability
- Disability awareness and inclusion
- Nutrition for people with disability
- Workplace health and safety (WHS) awareness and duty of care
- Plus more in the GO1 portal!