Ramp up of Infection Control Training to strengthen ICT’s revenue base

  • Sero Institute secures letter of appointment from Aegis Aged Care Group to train their 3,400 staff in infection control following LOI announced in mid-November

  • iCollege continues to work closely with The Pharmacy Guild branches in WA, ACT, NSW and VIC to roll out the training to members – 100 employee enrolments received from WA already

  • Agreement signed with ACT’s largest taxi company to provide infection control training; 100 drivers have already completed the course with a further 300+ to undergo mandatory training

    Leading vocational training provider iCollege Limited (ASX: ICT) (‘iCollege’, or the ‘Company’) is pleased to update shareholders on the ramp up in the government subsidised infection control training with three revenue-generating programs now underway.

    Senator The Hon Michaelia Cash, the Minister responsible for establishing the $80 million Infection Control Training Fund to fast-track fee free (or low cost) infection control training, designed to support the safe re-opening of customer-facing businesses nationwide, is actively supporting the program and participated in the first course hosted by iCollege on the 2nd of November. (see images below).

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