Advanced Diploma of Disability (CHC60112)

 Locations: Boronia

The Advanced Diploma of Disability is the industry standard qualification for people wishing to further their careers in the disability sector. This qualification will support you to take the next step up in your career.

This course is designed to provide you with the confidence, knowledge, practical skills and qualifications to work in the following job roles:

Career Opportunities:

  • Case manager
  • Disability development and support officer
  • Home supervisor
  • Psycho-education trainer
  • Psycho-social trainer
  • Service co-ordinator
  • Team leader
  • Unit manager

Delivery method
This qualification is delivered in the classroom over a 12 month period.  Classes are face to face 1 day per week, augmented by online assessment and outstanding resources. Full course timetable is available upon request.

Entry Requirements
To gain entry into this course, candidates need to have previous experience in the disability sector in a job role involving:

  • The self-directed application of knowledge with substantial depth in some areas
  • The exercise of independent judgement and decision making
  • The application of a range of technical and other skills

You must also have:

  • Access to management-type roles to complete assessment tasks
  • Moderate computer skills and internet access

Our trainers include some of the most experienced and knowledgeable people in our industry including Alma Adams, industry legend who has led many major service developments in the disability sector.

The subsided fee for this course is $1,500
For further details refer to our Statement of fees

Next Intake:
If you’re interested in taking the next step, call our friendly staff on 9761 2156 or send an online enquiry TODAY

Units Delivered:
CHCAD603B – Provide systems advocacy services
CHCADMIN604B – Manage the finances, accounts and resources of an organisation
CHCCS604B – Manage the delivery of quality services to clients
CHCCS607E – Coordinate in-service assessment and response to address client needs
CHCDIS511A – Coordinate services for people with disabilities
CHCINF604D – Manage the organisation’s information systems
CHCNET503D – Develop new networks
CHCORG428A – Reflect on and improve own professional practice
CHCORG607D – Manage workplace issues
CHCORG608E – Establish and manage new programs or services
CHCORG610B – Manage change in a community sector organisation
CHCORG611C – Lead and develop others in a community sector workplace
CHCORG619D – Manage quality of organisation’s service delivery outcomes
CHCORG620D – Promote and represent the service
HLTWHS501A – Manage workplace WHS processes
CHCCOM403A – Use targeted communication skills to build relationships
HLTHIR403C – Work effectively with culturally diverse clients and co-workers
CHCORG502B – Work autonomously
CHCICS404B – Plan and provide advanced behaviour support
CHCCM605C – Develop practice standards


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