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ALTURA NOW - Restrictive Practices and Restraints

In this episode of Altura Now, Nicola Burton, Altura Learning, speaks with Ann Wunsch, Executive Director, Quality Assessment and Monitoring Operations and Dr Melanie Wroth, Chief Clinical Advisor, Aged Care Quality and Safety Commission, about restrictive practices and the use of restraints.


Altura Learning is working with The Maggie Beer Foundation and William Angliss Institute to create a series of online learning modules for cooks and chefs, working in aged care.


A redeployment workforce initiative to support Aged Care.


COVID-19 is a type of Coronavirus. Altura Learning has developed a special event video which provides factual information regarding the virus, the potential impact of the virus to aged care and any strategies aged care needs to implement to mitigate the risk of infection to clients and staff.


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“ The new LMS looks fresh and offers intuitive usability. It has lots of great new reporting and administration functions that we had been seeking from the old ACC online system. In particular the ability to assign smart learner groups and programs via the CSV function has allowed for considerable time efficiencies when on boarding staff.”

Kyra Moss
Chief People and Culture Officer
Home Nursing Group


“The real-life scenarios in the films make them engaging and stimulating, and having had the opportunity to work alongside Altura Learning (previously ACC) to produce two films makes our team feel valued for their contribution to the wider sector.” 


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“As a first time presenter I felt fully supported through the whole process by an amazing team. Communication was excellent and all arrangements were taken care of. Overall a great experience.”


Mark Elliott, SME
Training Consultant

“Our nursing students flock to watch Altura Learning courses & found the DVD content “absolutely brilliant”. It covers content that is not necessarily covered in lectures.”




A member in Ryde, NSW
Clermont Aged Care


“I have had the great pleasure of working with this professional team on several projects over a number of years. I have always found this experience to be rewarding. The commitment to detail in the production of these projects has always been outstanding, and the whole team have been wonderful to work with. The end product has always been of the highest quality and a great contribution to the education of health care staff.”

Linda Starr,
Education Consultant


“Our partnership has allowed Altura Learning to build and deliver a unique offering in the health & social care market. Their extensive video course library built natively into the Bridge platform delivers training to over 50,000 learners and continues to grow.” 


Melissa Loble
VP of Platform and Professional Service at Instructure

“Many thanks to the Australian Institute of Training and Development for connecting me with Altura Learning.”

Chemène Sinson, Principal, Blackwater Projects

” The Altura team are extremely professional and their attention to detail during the development and filming of the fire safety training modules has been expansive.”

Brett Stevens, Director of Operations – Emcorp Group

“Altura Learning has been fantastic to work with, clearly striving to get important health messages and accurate advice to health care professionals.”

Rachel Freeman, Professional Services Manager

Home Nursing Group
Charity Workers Group
Fish Insurance
WCS Care Group
Hampshire Care Association
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Clermont Aged Care
City of Bradford Metropolitan District Council
City of Bradford Metropolitan District Council
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Skills for Care
Lincolnshire Care Association
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