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Aurecon Training and development services — power generation 2 Aurecon is a specialist Energy sector Registered Training Organisation (RTO) under the Australian Skills Quality Authority (ASQA). We have approximately 50 years of experience in the analysis, design, development and delivery of accredited and non-accredited training programs. In 2000 Aurecon purchased the NSW generation consultancy division of Pacific Power — Pacific Power International (PPI). PPI was well known as one of Australia's leading consultancy and technical training providers in the Power Generation industry. It had numerous consultants on various Generation advisory groups including the chair for the Power Generation National Training Advisory Group which steered the syllabus and curriculum of today's current UEP12 Generation training package. We immerse ourselves in client organisations, community groups, industry bodies, training stakeholders and representative groups on a regular basis. It is these sound relationships that enable Aurecon to deliver proficient solutions on each and every project we undertake. Capability Aurecon has one of the largest learning and development capability frameworks within the Energy sector in Australia and throughout Asia Pacific. This capability extends across the Generation, Transmission, Distribution and Rail industries. Some of our current and previous clients include: Power and Water Corporation (PWC) Horizon Power Koniambo Nickel Mine's Power Station International Power Hazelwood International Power Loy Yang B Eraring Power Station Santos (SA, NT and QLD) Queensland Gas Corporation (QGC) Queensland Rail and QR National BHP Billiton Macquarie Generation RailCorp and NovoRail VicTrack Rio Tinto SP AusNet Approach In order to maintain our level of compliance and quality, Aurecon uses the structured and internationally recognised ADDIE (Analysis, Design, Development, Implement and Evaluate) five staged approach to designing and delivering training solutions. It consists of: Analysing the workforce competency gaps Designing training and assessment solutions to bridge the gaps Developing appropriate tools and resources Implementing the solutions through tailored delivery models Evaluating the effectiveness of the solutions delivered We work closely with our clients to identify opportunities for continuous improvement at each stage. Aurecon's learning and development systems, processes and administration procedures and external service delivery are structured in line with the current standards for NVR Registered Training Organisations and the international quality standards of the AS/NZ ISO9001 quality system. Aurecon provides world-class engineering, management and specialist technical services to government and private sector clients. Part of this service offering includes a comprehensive suite of specialised technical courses for professionals within the Power Generation industry. Continuous Improvement Analyse Design Develop Implement Evaluate

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