This qualification offers participants a holistic approach to caring for the aged. You’ll learn to support older people and others requiring care to achieve their independent living goals. Upon completion you’ll have the flexibility to work either in residential care, respite facility or with clients in their homes. If you have a genuine desire to care for and be of service to the elderly, this qualification is for you. The delivery and assessment of this program is a blended approach comprising of distance based workbooks and assessments, training sessions conducted through scheduled webinars and online clinical modules supporting the aged care industry.
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All these Core and Elective Units must be completed to receive your qualification:
The delivery and assessment of this program is a blended approach comprising of distance based workbooks and assessments, training sessions conducted through scheduled webinar and online clinical modules supporting the aged care industry. Participants will be allocated up to 5 units of competency at a time. The webinars will be scheduled and students will be provided with a calendar of events to register. The clinical modules will be allocated at enrolment and can be completed over time throughout the program.
Clinical modules provided as an additional online support resource:
A text book is also provided as an additional resource for studying Aged Care -- “Aged Care in Australia: A guide for Aged Care Workers Study Guide"
The learning outcomes of this course include:
Upon successful completion of this qualification, participants are able to continue their learning journey into: CHC43015 Certificate IV in Ageing Support
As part of the assessment to achieve this qualification, the candidate must have completed at least 120 hours of work as detailed in the Assessment Requirements of the units of competency CHCCCS023 Support independence and wellbeing.
In order to work in the industry, students must obtain a current Police Check.