CHC33015 – CERTIFICATE III INDIVIDUAL SUPPORT (DISABILITY)
The CHC33015 Certificate III in Individual Support (Disability) is a 12 months course, delivered through blended learning experience of either face-to-face and/ self-paced classroom learning, through a Traineeship or Work-based, which provides students with a range of skill and knowledge to provide person-centred support to those in need due to a disability such as:
Support independence and wellbeing
PROVIDING INDIVIDUAL SUPPORT
Work in health and community services
SUPPORT & EMPOWERMENT OF PEOPLE WITH A DISABILITY
CHC33015 – CERTIFICATE III IN INDIVIDUAL SUPPORT (DISABILITY)
This course (Certificate III in Disability)will prepare you for a job in the disability sector. It’s an entry-level qualification for working in disability services, which can mean working in a residential facility that services people with disabilities or for a community services organisation that provides disability services. You’ll gain the skills and knowledge you need to support the personal care, wellbeing and daily activities of people living with an intellectual or physical disability.
Do you find yourself being passionate with a strong desire to help and provide care services to people with a disability? Get in touch immediately with Educare college admin enrolment teams to study and be taught by our qualified and highly industry experienced trainers. With over ten years industry and teaching experience the education and knowledge you will receive from our trainers will prove highly valuable, not only during your learning experience but will also aid you with your future career pathways.
You can help improve someone’s quality of life with a CHC33015 Certificate III in Individual Support (Disability). People with disabilities and the elderly are often most in need of our help. With a Certificate III in Individual Support (Disability) you can improve or change their lives by providing person-centred support. If you have a passion for helping others, this course can bring you to a rewarding and fulfilling career.
With person-centred care, each person is treated as a complete human being with their own life story, values, culture, interests and beliefs. Support from others is tailored to meet the person’s individual situation, unique needs and goals.
ENTRY REQUIREMENTS FOR STUDENTS
There are no entry requirements for this qualification. It’s preferred that students have obtained a minimum of a School Certificate or equivalent. Students will be required to provide a current National Police Certificate prior to commencing work.
The CHC30113 Certificate III in Individual Support is delivered over 26 weeks/ 6 months or 52 weeks/12 months face to face which includes 13 units of study and 120 hours work placement component. Work placements will be pre- arranged with approved care facility partners and arrangements will supported by the college. Students may decide to choose or focus on a specialisation including Ageing, Home care services, Community services and Disability Care.
The face to face training component has been designed to provide students with the skills and knowledge required to become a carer in the community and/or residential setting and to follow an individualised plan which is tailored to provide person-centred support to persons needing this support.
QUALIFICATION UNITS OF COMPETENCY
|CHCCCS015||Provide Individualised Support|
|CHCCCS023||Support Independence and Well Being|
|CHCCOM005||Communicate and Work in Health or Community Services|
|CHCDIV001||Work with Diverse People|
|CHCLEG001||Work Legally and Ethically|
|HLTAAP001||Recognise Healthy Body Systems|
|HLTWHS002||Follow Safe Work Practices for Direct Client Care|
Contribute to ongoing skills development using a strengths-based approached
|CHCDIS002||Follow established person-centred behavior supports|
|CHCADIS003||Support community participation and social inclusion|
Facilitate the empowerment of people with disability
Support relationships with carers and families
|CHCHCS001||Provide home and community support services|
FURTHER STUDY PATHWAYS
Upon completion of this course, students may further their studies with either CHC43015 Certificate IV in Ageing Support or CHC52015 Diploma of Community Services.
CAREER PATHWAYS AND OUTCOMES
A person with this level qualification will be able to:
Demonstrate some relevant theoretical knowledge
Apply a range of well-developed skills
Apply known solutions to a variety of predictable problems
Perform processes that require a range of well-developed skills where some discretion and judgement is required
Interpret available information, using discretion and judgement
Take responsibility for own outputs in work and learning
Take limited responsibility for the output of others.
Suitable Career outcomes may include;
Disability Service Officer
Home Care Assistant
Accommodation Support Worker
STUDENT FEE OPTIONS
Traineeship Eligibility: You must already be employed to enrol as a trainee with Educare College. Speak to your employer about choosing Educare College as your Supervising Registered Training Organisation (SRTO).
Cost: Eligible apprentices and trainees that meet the Queensland state funding requirements will be charged a set fee per nominal hour. These fees are calculated at a regulated rate of $1.60 per nominal hour. Concession rates apply for students who hold a current Health Care Card or who identify as Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander.
Non-funded trainees will be charged a fee for service cost. These will be confirmed prior to the commencement of training.
Information regarding costs will be outlined on the agreed training plan, which will be provided to the employer and apprentice or trainee at time of induction.
TEACHING & DELIVERY MODES FOR STUDENTS
At Educare key objectives are to ensure that the core focus of your learning experience is based on the practical applications of your study. Therefore, we support you by providing learning materials which are utilised during most of the following delivery modes such as:
Face to face facilitation and roleplays
Independent learning/simulated sessions
Group based workshops and discussions
You will have access to our online learning system. You must have your own (laptop) computer with up-to-date software, including Microsoft Office, Adobe Acrobat Reader and Adobe Flash Player. This equipment and software are required by all students to successfully undertake their study with Educare.
Work Placement forms an essential part of competency-based assessment and provides the student with practical job skills and work experience.
Students will undertake 120 placement hours in an aged care facility organised by Educare College. This placement will take place after the successful completion of class room activities and prescribed assessments which will be outlined in your induction and orientation timetables.
An individualised work placement log book along with your training plan will be provided to you by your assessor which you must use to record and track your course progress and work placement hours.
Students are required to do their work placement shifts determined during the times provided by the placement provider. Please note shifts can vary and may include mornings (commencing at 6am), evenings (finishing at 11pm) and possibly some night shifts between Monday and Sunday. Students are expected ensure their time management skills are utilised well in order to not only balance family and work commitments but also their vocational shifts.
Should the student’s assessment results not be satisfactory, they will be deemed not competent against those prescribed units. You may make necessary arrangements with your trainer to reassess your placement at another suitable time for all parties.
Prior to commencement of Vocational Placement students are required to organise and complete an Australian Federal Police Check. Students must obtain the Check to go on Placement and be able to complete the qualification. For students working within Queensland Health, as well as a police check you will also be required to obtain a Positive Notice for Child Related Employment (Blue Card) .
PROGRAM OUTCOMES AND BENEFITS
Throughout the program, students will learn the skills to enable them to use discretion and judgement in relation to individual support as well as taking responsibility for their outputs. We at Educare college aim to assist you in providing you with opportunities to achieve the following outcomes:
- Link off job learning at college to on job training in the workplace.
- Establish pathways to qualifications nationally recognised by industry, education and vocational training authorities.
- Students may apply for Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) to determine on an individual basis, the competencies obtained by a person through previous formal or informal training, work and/or life experience.
- Receive a Statement of Attainment or Certificate from Educare College listing competencies successfully achieved for each training program studied.
- Successful completion of a Language, Literacy and Numeracy (LLN) Assessment
WHAT OUR STUDENTS SAY
Without the hardwork, much effort of our very supportive and active trainer, no other than Miss Sallie Abell… we will not be here today..to my classmates who had come along with us, sharing our laughter, knowledge and enjoying our class…more power to ALL and the rest of EDUCARE COLLEGE staffs..and everyone..
VERHNA ESA COCH
Educare Student 2017
Thank you Lisa Dolby for your hard work and commitment you put in to help me achieve my goal if it wasn’t for you i wouldn’t be where i am today your such a lovely person always goes out of your way to help people im soooo thankful and i recommend you to any body who wants a trainer im going to miss our cheeky class talks lol but you the most once again thank you.
Educare Student 2017
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