Bathurst VERTO trainer and assessor, Claire Stone, continues to be acknowledged by students and employers for the important work she is doing to help build and deliver important training in rural and remote New South Wales.
VERTO trainer acknowledged for life-changing training
Ms Stone has not only delivered courses in aged care and disability support, she has designed and delivered suicide prevention and resilience workshops that have helped hundreds of people in some of the most remote areas of the state.
“The communities I work with - Bourke, Cobar, Lightning Ridge and Walgett - are often isolated and there are not many trained people on the ground with an understanding of mental health,” Ms Stone said.
“Training people from these remote areas and giving them the opportunity to contribute to improving their community’s wellbeing is very rewarding and the main reason why I love my job as a trainer and assessor at VERTO.”
VERTO Chief Executive Officer, Ron Maxwell, added, “Claire is an outstanding trainer who is committed to helping others.
“VERTO is extremely proud of Claire and all our trainers and assessors who work tirelessly every day to provide their students with expert knowledge, ongoing support, and life-changing opportunities.”
For more information about VERTO’s range of courses and training options, including mental health, suicide prevention, aged care and disability support, visit www.verto.org.au or phone 1300 4 VERTO (1300 483 786).