Village to deliver accredited training to employees

29 October, 2010 by IF

Press release from Village Cinemas Australia

Village Cinemas Australia have partnered with Registered Training Organisation, Selmar Institute of Education and Sarina Russo Apprenticeship Services to deliver Nationally Accredited Training to their Cinema Employees.


Employees will receive a new standard in workplace education, with a training program that has been designed and developed to not only be nationally recognised, but also specific to individual roles and responsibilities.

The training program, known as ‘PACE’, has been fully integrated into the Village Cinemas Induction, on job coaching and mentoring program.

The Program delivers a suite of transferable skills and ensures a consistent approach to the training and development offering.

The program is structured for learning and assessment activities to be completed during rostered work hours.

All eligible Village Cinema employees will take part in the PACE Training Program, with an opportunity to complete Certificate II and III in Retail for retail employees, and Certificate III in Hospitality for hospitality employees.

Kirk Edwards, Village Cinemas CEO; “PACE offers our Cinema employees the opportunity to complete a national qualification throughout their employment. We are proud to support our employees in their learning journey and further their career development for future opportunities in the Retail and Hospitality Industry.”