Remember that one person when you were growing up? They weren’t a real superhero, but they were to you. For a lot of people that person was a teacher - someone who made that passion from deep within light up and inspire you to change the world around you. They changed the course of your life from that one, awe-inspiring moment.

Here at Education Institute, we strive to find these people every day to help us with our quest to make a difference in the Registered Training Organisation (RTO) world. Without these inspired people constantly pushing the boundaries, life would be pretty boring!

Our people are what build our culture, discover each of their stories.

All of our Operating Theatre Technician Trainers have extensive experience within the sectors they service in addition to their adult teacher and training capabilities. Most have worked across a range of large hospitals making them the best possible source of information those wishing to enter the industry..

Meet our trainers below! 

Ewald Kaintz

Ewald Kaintz brings passion, enthusiasm, and 30 years of Operating Theatre Technician experience to Education Institute. As the trainer/assessor for Certificate III in Health Services Assistance (Operating Theatre Technician), Ewald enjoys training students to be Operating Theatre Technicians, helping them onto the road to beginning a rewarding career that could last a lifetime. Ewald stays active in the industry, regularly meeting and networking with other professionals in the Operating Theatre sector. Along with this, he participated in developing the other course he delivers - Education Institute’s Certificate IV in Operating Theatre Technical Support program which is for the professional and personal growth and development of employees who have already been working in the field as an Operating Theatre Technician for at least a year.

When asked what attracted him to training OTT, Ewald said, “Being able to be involved in a speciality that makes a difference in people’s learning and making them exceed to a level as to which they never thought would be possible in this field.”

Want to know more? Click here to see Ewald in action!