Quality education and meaningful employment.
- Working with communities
Training Alliance Group:
- Works with individuals, employers and communities to deliver quality training and education services, exceeding customers’ and stakeholders’ expectations;
- Works with individuals to support them to achieve their employment goals through skill development;
- Is building a strong, sustainable organisation to become a national leader in training and employment services.
Formed in 2013, Training Alliance Group (TAG) specialises in qualifications within the business, manufacturing, mining, transport and logistics industries. Training Alliance Group tailors its training to suit individual client needs, which includes both experiential and classroom based learning. Training Alliance Group provides considerable support for organisations to provide their employees with the opportunity to have their skills recognised and enhanced through these formal training programs. The aim is to provide individuals with skills to enhance their career or create opportunities to secure employment.
Training Alliance Group is a leading provider of education in Western Australia whose purposes to pass on knowledge, skills and/or capabilities to other West Australians. The company provides vocational and education training to a range of participants including, long term unemployed; youth aged 15-21; indigenous and persons from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds.
The company provides education and training to a number of levels, including:
- Certificate II/III
- Certificate IV
The organisation works across a variety of sectors including:
- Employment services;
- Not for profit and Community organisations;
The organisation also provides employment services and delivers:
- Transition to Work (through Stirling Skills Training)
- Parents Next
- Employability Skills Training
Since its inception, the organisation has continued to grow across offices in 13 different locations ranging from Joondalup to Mandurah to Kalgoorlie.
Training Alliance Group’s approach is one of strength through collaboration. Our highly qualified Trainers and Assessors will work closely with clients to determine the best rollout and delivery method for the chosen courses in relation to the client’s needs and purpose for training.
The organisation operates in the following locations:
- Osborne Park
- West Perth
WHO WE ARE
Bala Suppiah, Director
Bala has been in the employment, education and training services for the last 12 years. After completing a Bachelors of Business and the Master of Science in Telecommunications, Bala joined The Salvation Army Employment Plus as the Employment Consultant in 2003. In 2010, Bala joined Community First as the Chief Operating Officer, managing employment services, DES and community services contracts working closely with both Commonwealth and State governments. In 2012, after, 2.5 years in the COO position, Bala joined Stirling Skills Training as the Executive Officer.
Alex Pereira, Director
Alex has extensive experience in managing government-funded training and employment programs, including JSA and DES. Alex has worked for organisations such Employment Plus; PVS Workfind and Community First; Alex started as an Employment Consultant in the Job Network contract with Employment Plus went on to manage JSA and DES contracts with PVS Workfind and Community First. He has significant experience assisting equity groups in both metro and regional areas in WA, and recently managed a National Training Organisation delivering both funded and unfunded training throughout WA. Alex is the Chairperson of the Stirling Skills Board.
Luke Dean, General Manager – Employment Services
Luke has been working in employment services for 18 years and has developed a strong understanding of the challenges faced by jobseekers in securing meaningful ongoing employment, whilst also understanding the needs of employers. Luke has experience in delivering Job Network, Disability Employment Network, Indigenous Youth Employment Contact, Job Services Australia, JobActive as well as contract specialisation in Disability Employment Services. More recently Luke has successfully implemented and delivered the Transition to Work program, Employability Skills Training program, ParentsNext program as well as co-ordinating the Green Army program for SST.
Luke has developed a solid work ethic that is focused on developing compliant performance focused processes.
Charlotte Sutton, General Manager – Training & Workforce Development
Charlotte has over 12 years experience in the employment and education sectors in Western Australia and South Australia . She started her career in the UK working in Recruitment across Construction and Renewable energy sectors. Charlotte’s prior work experience and her extensive recruitment background managing large workforces led her into the VET sector in Australia. Her position as Executive Manager – Employment (WA, SA, Victoria) with Skill Hire Pty Ltd for the last 7 years has provided her with in -depth experience working with Apprenticeships and Traineeships across Construction, Manufacturing and Mining sectors. In this position, Charlotte was responsible for managing large staff numbers across all three states as well as manage recruitment, safety, compliance, administration, P & L, budget forecasting as well as all processes and procedures across the divisions. She also assisted with managing a separate JV Skill Hire, Impact Services which is an aboriginal owned employment and training business.
She is enthusiastic and passionate about creating employment pathways for youth and jobseekers through accredited Training, as well as providing workforce solutions to businesses assisting them to meet their training requirements.
Harmony Thuresson, General Manager – Quality Assurance & Compliance
Harmony holds a Diploma in Leadership and Management and has over 10 years experience in the vocational and training sector in Western Australia. Harmony started her career working in customer service delivering solutions to employers and the civil construction industry through her work with the peak industry body. She worked with the Civil Contractors Federation for 7 years, with the last 3 years as the General Manager Operations which included oversight across all operations of the business including the RTO, Member Services, Events and corporate governance. After successfully supporting the civil construction industry for many years, Harmony moved her skills over to the VET sector where she developed and delivered accredited and non-accredited training. During her career Harmony has successfully managed and assisted RTOs and businesses through accreditations and re-registrations with TAC, ASQA and JAS – ANZ for ISO.
She is committed and passionate about supporting the VET sector to create meaningful, innovative, engaging and compliant training opportunities and systems to support individuals and businesses.