CHC33015 Certificate III in Individual Support (Ageing, Home & Community)

LOCATIONS WE OFFER THIS COURSE: Boronia, Box Hill, Cranbourne, Rowville, Frankston, Hampton Park, Lilydale, Pakenham & Ringwood.

GOVERNMENT FUNDING IS AVAILABLE TO ELIGIBLE STUDENTS*

WHY STUDY WITH EMPLOYEASE?

A job in Aged Care or Disability is a lifelong career, which offers job security within an industry that doesn’t fluctuate. Our courses will place you with the best opportunity to work within the industry.

Find out why 93% of our past students would recommend us to their friends!

Certificate III in Individual Support provides a nationally recognised qualification delivered with a specialisation in Aged Care and Home & Community Care, providing our graduates with broader employment opportunities.

This course is for people wishing to work in aged care facilities and the home care sector of the community services industry.

Our courses are designed to provide you with the confidence, knowledge, practical skills and qualifications to work in the following jobs:
– Personal Care Attendant (PCA)
– Home Carer
– Residential Support Worker
– Working with agencies providing support for people with disabilities and older people

Delivery Method:
The course is delivered in the classroom over a period of approximately 28 weeks, 2 days per week,
9.30am – 3.30pm or part time evening courses are delivered over a period of approximately 52 weeks, 2 nights per week 6.15pm to 9.15pm.

Training / Career pathways:
Traditionally this course has very high employment outcomes, as this qualification is the minimum requirement for staff under the aged care industry quality framework. Demand for qualified staff outstrips supply.

Several units in this qualification can be credited across to the Certificate IV in Leisure & Health, Certificate IV in Ageing Support or the Certificate IV in Disability. This is a great way to obtain an additional qualification to open up your career opportunities.

There is also a 120-hour work placement component to the course, which is arranged for you by EmployEase and supported by a Mentor.

We specialise in training people who have been out of the workforce or education for a period of time. Our goal is to make your training relevant, inclusive and most importantly, enjoyable and fun.

Entry Requirements:
Police Check – Students undertaking this course are required to provide a current Police Check with no disclosures. These checks are required to meet industry standards. Should there be any doubt about your ability to meet this criteria, please raise your concerns with a Course Advisor prior to enrolment. The Course Advisor will support you to ensure your Police Check status is verified prior to commencing training.

Materials and Equipment:
Students enrolling in this course need access to a computer with an internet connection and MS Word, basic computer and MS Word skills and access to a document scanner or digital uploading resource.

Fees:
For further details refer to our Statement Of Fees

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Units Delivered:
CHCCCS015—Provide individualised support
CHCCOM005—Communicate and work in health or community services
CHCCCS023—Support independence and wellbeing
CHCLEG001—Work legally and ethically
CHCDIV001—Work with diverse people
HLTWHS002—Follow safe work practices for direct client care
HLTAAP001—Recognise healthy body systems
CHCCCS011—Meet personal support needs
CHCAGE001—Facilitate the empowerment of older people
CHCAGE005—Provide support to people living with dementia
CHCHCS001—Provide home and community support services
CHCCCS025—Support relationships with carers and families
CHCPAL001—Deliver care services using a palliative approach

– Return to Study
– Manual Handling
– Study Support

Next Intake:
New courses are commencing on a weekly basis, so if you’re ready to embark on a new career, call about our information sessions TODAY!

Call (03) 9761 2156 or send an online enquiry