Fully funded accredited training & support. Queensland Only!
CHC33015 Certificate III in Individual Support
Aged Care/HACC or Disability specialist streams
Thanks to the Queensland Government through its Skilling Queenslanders for Work initiative.
Why only these qualifications?
Social Assistance Work Skills offers tailored assistance to Queenslanders to gain nationally recognised skills and vocational qualifications in Aged Care, Home and Community Care or Disability Work. The program focuses on developing an individual’s skills, supporting them to begin a learning pathway to gain a certificate III qualification.
The qualifications are designed to equip students with the skills needed to work in the aged care, home and community care and disability sectors. With a strong practical focus, you will gain the skills required to become a disability support worker, care assistant, residential care officer, in-home respite care worker, community house worker or an accommodation support worker.
The call for care workers is rising fast. A big future awaits people with empathy and an understanding of what it takes to maintain individual’s well-being and independence.
This program is suitable for those who have an interest in social support and assistance in aged care and disability sectors.
To be eligible, prospective Participants must meet the following eligibility criteria:
The project is primarily targeting Queensland residents who:
There are no formal prerequisites, anyone with a genuine interest in social assistance, whether young or mature-aged, is encouraged to apply.
Please note: A clear police check is required before industry placement.
Course delivery is over 18 weeks, 2 days per week. Students are required to also complete 100 hours of industry placement during the course duration.
The delivery components include orientation, core skills and scheduled and demand driven additional support and assistance, vocational training, career guidance, employment and further education placement assistance, and ongoing mentoring throughout the program.
Please contact ETC on 56 444 600 for further information.