Learning Styles

Your way of learning - is it a visual, listening or feeling thing?

One of biggest issues with learning something new in any environment is that we all learn in different ways. Different learning styles respond to different stimulus allowing us to better absorb and retain information delivered in certain ways.

Some of us learn best through seeing (visual learners) some learn best through listening & talking (auditory learners) others will learn best through a ‘hands on approach” doing moving & touching (kinaesthetic learners). Many of us learn best through a balanced combination of all delivery approaches, through seeing, listening, talking & doing.

At the AHA we realise that we need to cater to all learning styles as well as your individual circumstances so we have many different options to meet your training requirements. We offer a range of online learning options, regular classroom delivery & assessment, we can also design a course to meet your venues specific requirements, or if required we can even provide a one on one delivery & assessment.

All of which begs the question, which course is best for me?

What are the benefits of online learning & assessment?

  • You can learn at your own pace, once registered you have 1 month to complete the program & assessment.
  • You can have the convenience of completing the course from the comfort of your own home or workplace. You donÂÂ’t need to attend a course at a set time or designated venue.
  • You can be in a regional or remote region without the need to travel hundreds of kilometres to Perth or your closest major town.
  • You can log on anytime 24/7 to complete your course, giving you the convenience of fitting the course into your work / life schedule not our timetable.
  • You save money. Because our overheads are lower we are able to pass those savings on to you.

Our online course is primarily used by participants who are from regional or remote regions & others who may find it difficult or inconvenient to attend one of our comprehensive classroom sessions.

What are the benefits of classroom learning & assessment?

  • The classroom environment engages all learning types, you learn by seeing, reading, listening, talking & doing. This helps with both understanding and retention of the course material.
  • We can cater to participants who may have individual requirements such as Language, Literacy or Numeracy issues.
  • You can ask questions of the Trainer as they arise, ensuring that you have a clear understanding of the material and the practical implications for you in your venue.
  • Our Trainers & Assessors are all industry professionals with a wealth of knowledge & practical experience, this means that the course material is delivered in a way that is practical and relevant to the industry.
  • The assessment is conducted throughout the day using different strategies from group work through to Task Sheets & Written Assessment. This means that we can be confident of your understanding before we move onto the next topic.
  • Working with a group in an open classroom environment you have the opportunity to discuss & clarify queries that relate to current Liquor licensing concerns
  • We also engage outside experts from Hospitality Lawyers or the Department of Racing Gaming & Liquor to address your group and answer any specific questions you may have.
  • We discuss common infringements, how to avoid them and the possible ways to defend them. This hopefully means that you leave with a clear understanding of the requirements on you under the Act and can avoid costly fines and penalties.

Our classroom sessions are well patronised by a broad cross section of the Hospitality community. The attendees tend to be Licensees & Approved Managers who want a detailed & clear understanding of the requirements of the Act as they may relate to them specifically.

Venue Specific Tailored Courses

Not all venues are subject to the same licence or conditions; in fact they all operate under a myriad of different licence types, conditions, permits, rules, regulations, policies & procedures. This can create some serious challenges in a ‘one size fits allÂÂ’ approach to training.

To assist in the training of your staff the AHA can develop a tailor made course to custom fit your venue and your individual requirements.

This helps to ensure that your staff know the licensing & legislative requirements specific to them in their role within your venue.

These courses range from accredited RSA & LLC, through to refresher courses for operational staff or key personnel. Further information or any queries can be directed to the AHA Training Department on (08) 9321 7701

While course dates and information are provided for your convenience on the AHA(WA) website and Training Calendar, please be aware dates and times may change. Contact 9321 7701 to find out more.

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CRICOS information for Student VISA holders

The WA Hotels & Hospitality Association (WAHHA) is not registered with CRICOS and therefore cannot deliver training to people who hold an overseas student/study visa (Subclass 500). Please visit http://cricos.education.gov.au to locate a CRICOS training provider.  WAHHA does not accept any liability which results from an inaccurate answer to this question. 

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