CHC33015: Certificate III Individual Support (Disability)
NEW COURSE COMMENCING: APRIL 2021
Email SA Learning Centre on firstname.lastname@example.org to register your interest in the Program commencing in April.
Support and empower people with disability with a Certificate III Individual Support and learn to work in the community or in residential facilities, reporting directly to a supervisor.
With this qualification you can:
- Work effectively with people with disabilities
- Provide support to meet and maintain personal care needs
- Contribute to skill development and maintenance
- Carry out activities related to an individualised plan
You will have the potential to work as an accommodation, community or family support worker, and in-home respite care worker.
This course is Supported by the Government of South Australia, the training fee is subsidised for eligibile participants. Please visit www.skills.sa.gov.au for eligibility criteria. Limited places - refer to the subsidised training list.
|Duration:||15 Weeks plus 120 hour Placement|
|Delivery mode:||Workshop + Distance learning|
|Assessment:||Assignment + Workplace Simulation + Work placement|
|Funding:||Subsidised training available to eligible participants www.skills.sa.gov.au|
|Course Fee Value:||$2,375 (GST Exempt)|
|Course Fee Description:||$470 Subsidised fee for eligible participants + incidental costs related to placement (eg. DHS screening $63.25)|
|Course Deposit Value:||$470 (GST Exempt)|
|Course Deposit Description:||Payment at enrolment; non-refundable; Concession for eligible applicants|
|Course Prerequisites:||A computer, laptop or tablet with adequate Data/WIFI. Satisfactory DHS check. The enrolment process includes a Language, Literacy and Numeracy (LLN) screening and interview|
Communicate and work in health or community services
Follow safe work practices for direct client care
Comply with infection prevention and control policies and procedures
Work legally and ethically
Provide individualised support
Contribute to ongoing skills development using a strength’s based approach
Support independence and wellbeing
Facilitate the empowerment of people with disability
Work with diverse people
Recognise healthy body systems
Follow established person-centred behaviour supports
Support community participation and social inclusion