Education and training

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Vocational, bespoke, flexible

Providing people with the skills they need for the jobs they want.

The Angus Knight Group understands the importance of targeted skills development to get and hold a job, and the capacity to provide integrated education and training is a vital component of our partnership model.

An industry leader in the training sector

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The Angus Knight Institute (AKI) is our training and education division, specialising in top-quality vocational training and certificate and diploma courses for a wide cross section of industries. Training can be provided in face-to-face and online environments and may be fully subsidised, partially subsidised or fee-for-service.

Offering a proven model

Angus Knight Institute offers a proven model that helps students get the most out of their training.

Flexible learning options: Students can learn the way they want to, with a combination of self-directed learning and personal online support available.
Professional support: Our teachers and trainers are always available across a range of platforms.
Industry leading experts: Courses are designed by the best in the business to ensure students graduate with the practical skills they need to start making a difference right away.
Personalised coaching and advice: Learning with AKI is more than just a course of study. Our student advisors provide career guidance and support to ensure students get the most out of their training.

As part of the Angus Knight Group, AKI also has access to the group’s employment services division, opening up a range of placement and employment prospects for our students.

A trusted provider for First Nations communities

Real Futures is a majority Aboriginal owned and staffed company that has mutually respectful relationships with Aboriginal Elders, Traditional Owners, employers, government departments and service providers. At Real Futures our passion is to appropriately skill and empower Aboriginal people to become workplace assets and community role models.

Real Futures operates Vocational Training and Employment Centres (VTECs) to deliver support-based training and employment as part of the Australian Government’s strategy to end disparity for First Nations Australians.

Vocational Training and Employment Centres

Vocational Training and Employment Centres (VTECs) have five components:

Community engagement

Work readiness

Vocational training

Guaranteed job

Post placement support

Based on continued quality of service delivery, Real Futures is the only national VTEC provider with the capacity, trust and respect of Aboriginal people to provide work opportunities across Australia. Our office locations are Hunter Region, Kempsey, Coffs Harbour, Lismore, Western Sydney, Geraldton, Pilbara and Darwin.

Working with employers to provide targeted training

Across the Angus Knight Group, we take great pride in working with businesses to deliver bespoke training that specifically meets their needs.

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