All posts by Sam Hendry

Sam is a training and career change professional. He is passionate about ensuring Kool Kids Training College students are industry-ready when they graduate. Sam has experience in public and private sector organisations across Australia and has been the Commercial Director with Kool Kids Training College since 2014.

WE ONLY KNOW WHAT WE KNOW…

By Sam Hendry, College Manager A wise person once said “We only know what we know, and we don’t know what we don’t know…” When it comes to training, never a truer word has been spoken. As many of you reading this will know, Kool Kids Training College (RTO 40636) offers centre based training in … Continue reading

It’s All About Trust!

As many reading this blog will know, Kool Kids Training College (RTO 40636) is focussed on the delivery of exceptional training in CHC30113 Certificate III in Early Childhood Education and Care and CHC50113 Diploma of Early Childhood Education and Care qualifications. Sam Hendry, College Manager noted this week that training is at the core of … Continue reading

The Importance of Values and the Power of WOW!

In this blog post College Manager, Sam Hendry talks about the importance of core values and how Kool Kids Training College strive to deliver WOW in their training every day. INTRODUCTION Creating and believing in a set of core values is instrumental in any successful organisation. Kool Kids Training College (RTO 40636) strives to be … Continue reading

5 Time Saving Tips to Help Busy Mums Find Balance

Do you feel like you’d have a better chance walking across a tightrope – as an elephant – than successfully balancing work and family life? If you are ready to make the next move in your career, this can be frustrating. How can you find time to take classes when you barely have time to … Continue reading

Why Changing Careers is Good For You

Do you have your dream job? If you answer “yes,” you’re one of only 14 percent of people who do. A study for the University of Phoenix in the U.S.A. shows that workers of all ages are unhappy with their careers. Eighty percent of people in their 20s and 64 percent of people in their 30s wish … Continue reading