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Coex Training is an Australian based, global reaching Registered Training Organisation, RTO number 41119. We offer Nationally Recognised Qualifications and non-accredited courses specifically designed to give our students the competencies required to excel in their careers.

With a long history of providing training services to industries such as Resource, Infrastructure, Defence, Manufacturing and Construction, we pride ourselves on our dynamic and student focused courses which have been developed to meet the high expectations of students, employers and industry.

Through our extensive portfolio, we can provide training across all levels, from general awareness through to Certificate IV qualifications. Our national scope enables us to tailor our programs to meet the varied needs of organisations and students located across Australia and the globe.

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