CHC33015 Certificate III in Individual Support
Disability workers make a valuable contribution to the daily lives of thousands of different people across Australia. The course teaches factual, technical and procedural knowledge of the concepts and practices needed to gain a Certificate III in Individual Support, Disability Specialisation. Students enrolling into this qualification will be taught and assessed on with knowledge and practical skills required for working within the disability industry. Certificate III in disability is a highly desirable qualification which is always in demand.
The qualification reflects the role of workers in the community or residential setting who need to follow individualised plans, provide person-centred support to people who may require assistance due to disability, ageing or some other reason.
A leading education institution, contact h&h at our Sydney campus at Granville today to find out more about our Disability Specialisation training including:
– Course options and learning delivery methods
– Easy weekly payment plans if you are not eligible for government funding, such as Smart and Skilled
– Recognition of Prior Learning or Credit Transfer pathways are available to those who qualify
Both our Certificate III in Individual Support (Disability Specialisation) and Certificate IV in Disability are available as distance courses, where you can learn from home. Get in touch today to find out how we can make your study dream a reality with one of these great flexible study options.
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CHC43115 Certificate IV in Disability
This qualification is suitable for those students already working in the disability industry who want to take the next step in their career. This course will broaden the knowledge you already have and prepare you for roles where you may be managing or supervising others. The course teaches factual, technical and procedural knowledge of the concepts and practices required to gain a Certificate IV in Disability.
This qualification reflects the role of workers employed in the community and/or have previously studied the entry requirements for this qualification. Within this role employees provide person-centred support required to persons with a disability or ageing or some other reason. It can qualify you for roles such as disability officer, residential care worker, senior personal care assistant, behavioural support officer, social trainer and supervisor.
Find out more about our Certificate III and Certificate IV in Disability face to face classroom and distance courses today. h&h also offer a range of other opportunities including:
– Course options and government funding
– Easy weekly payment plans if you are not eligible for government funding
– Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) and Credit Transfer pathways
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