Certificate III in Home and Community Care

Course Overview

Those undertaking a Certificate III in Home and Community Care students will gain the knowledge and skills to be able to assist the elderly and those living with a disability. Allowing them independence and well-being. The skills in this course will be developed to allow them to work unassisted in the community sector and care for clients in their homes and aged care facilities.

Target Audience:

• Care assistant / worker
• Home maintenance worker
• Care service employees
• In-home respite giver
• Community care worker
• Personal care assistant
• Community support worker
• Personal care giver / worker
• Disability support worker
• Planned activity assistant
• Driver
• Transport support worker
• Food services deliverer
• Support worker
• Home care worker

This course is provided through a flexible delivery method, supported with online resources. This means the participant can undertake learning activities at a time convenient to workplace demands without having to leave the work site to attend workshops. All that is required is access to a computer and the internet.

An initial induction into the program is provided at the time of enrolment when we assess and recognise existing skills the participant may possess. This enables them to receive advanced-standing in the program and allows us to focus on the skills they need to develop.

A coach is allocated to the participant and is available on-line or by phone Monday to Friday during working hours. Assessments are completed and submitted on-line to our qualified assessors who provide feedback in a timely manner.