CHC30212 Certificate III in Aged Care.

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This course is delivered on behalf of DLS(Dynamic Learning Services-RTO ID:40467).This qualification is a pre – requisite to Certificate IV Aged Care which can assist entry to Enrolled Nursing.The certificate III in aged care will prepare you for work as a carer in a residential aged care facility. You will learn to provide personal care and support to older people in their daily activities, meet the emotional and psychological needs of older people, provide care and support for people with dementia, work effectively with culturally diverse clients and colleagues, and assist individuals with self-medication.It is the standard entry qualification for workers in this sector and will introduce you to all aspects of a carer’s role including personal care wellbeing and assistance with daily activities. People involved in this type of work need the physical capacity to deal with personal care. They also need to demonstrate genuine compassion and empathy towards others.
How will this course advance my career?

Completing the Certificate III in Aged Care will enable you to embark on a rewarding career in:

  • aged care
  • residential facilities
  • nursing homes
  • deliver home
  • community care
Course Code CHC30212
Timings: Full time, Part time
Course duration: 8-12 weeks
Assessments: Written, workplace and other tasks
Qualification: Certificate III
Nationally Recognised Yes
Government Funding NO (Delivered by DLS (RTO ID:40467)
It will also help formalise any existing community work skills you already possess. This course will qualify you for many existing job opportunities available for qualified aged care workers.With the training you receive in this aged care program, you will have the skills and knowledge to work as:

  • an assistant in nursing (AIN)
  • personal care assistant (PCA) in an aged care facility
  • a community support or community care worker
  • a home care assistant
  • Accommodation support worker
  • Care assistant
  • Care service employees
  • Support worker
  • Disability support worker
  • In-home respite worker
You will be able to do all these tasks.
  • To care for elderly and disabled and ensure that all of their daily needs are met
  • To provide a caring, safe and healthy environment for elderly and disabled and any other persons who may be entering your area of responsibility
  • Monitor health and well-being of elderly and disabled people.
  • To prepare food for people who you are looking after
  • Organizing the social activities
  • Accompanying and Helping the clients while they are doing shopping
  • Assisting in personal hygiene and dressing
  • Be familiar with and ensure all documentation is completed accurately.
  • Be fully aware of Standard Precautions and the Facility’s Infection Control Policies.
How else will I benefit from this certificate?
  • Upon successful completion of this course you will receive a nationally recognized, accredited Certificate III in Aged Care.
  • Studying online/by correspondence means you can study where you want, at your own pace.
  • Gain industry-relevant skills and a qualification that’s highly valued.
  • Course materials provided
  • Recognition of Prior Learning may be available for previous work experience, formal training or qualifications in this field.
  • Your qualification may articulate into university programs to help you advance in your education levels.
Available payment options

Option 1 – You can pay in two or three installments

Option 2 – If you do one lump sum payment, you can get $50 discount in total fee

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Certificate III in Aged Care is for:
This course is ideal for those who want to formalise their existing community work skills and those who wish to work in aged care facilities and care for the elderly.
What Will You Learn?
While you doing the course Cert III in Aged Care, you will learn about many facets of community and individual care. You will learn how to work effectively with older people and meet their particular care needs, and delivery care services that support individual health and emotional well-being.Aged Care training will give you the tools you need to support older people to maintain their independence, identify healthy body systems, and provide support for people living with dementia.Additionally, you will learn more generally how to work effectively in the community sector, follow safety procedures, comply with information requirements of the aged and community care sectors, communicate effectively, and how to assist clients with medication.You’ll gain the knowledge and skills required to work as an assistant in nursing (AIN) or personal care assistant (PCA) in an aged care facility, a community support worker, a home care assistant or a community care worker

Duration of the course:
Contact us regarding the duration of the course. as the course is available for part time, full time and in week end also
Course Outline & Structure
The Cert III in Aged Care offered by Care Training & Consultants Pty Ltd will provide you excellent training and student support while you undertake your studies in the Certificate III in Aged Care
Course Structure
The course is made up of 14 units:
  • 10 core units
  • 4 elective units
Course Units
The Cert III in Aged Care is comprised of 10 core units, and 4 electives. It is Australia’s nationally recognised and accredited qualification in aged care, and is designed for those interested in becoming a community support worker, field officer, nursing assistant, care worker, and disability service officer.As part of the course assessment, you’ll need to undertake supervised work placement for a total of 80 hours in aged care facility. This will be organized by us. This will prepare you for professional work in the community services industry in aged care work.
  • 10 core units
  • 4 elective units
Core Units
ID Subject
CHCAC317A Support older people to maintain their independence
CHCAC318B Work effectively with older people
CHCAC319A Provide support to people living with dementia
CHCCS411C Work effectively in the community sector
CHCICS301B Provide support to meet personal care needs
CHCICS302B Participate in the implementation of individualised plans
CHCICS303A Support individual health and emotional well being
CHCWHS312A Follow WHS safety procedures for direct care work
CHCPA301B Deliver care services using a palliative approach
HLTAP301B Recognise healthy body systems in a health care context
Elective Units
CHCAD401D Advocate for clients
HLTHIR403C Work effectively with culturally diverse clients and co-workers
CHCAC417A Implement Interventions with older people at risk of falls
HLTFA311A Apply First Aid

Course requirements:
To enrol in a Certificate III in aged care course you should hold at least NSW school certificate or equivalent Course Structure.

You will be able to do all these tasks.
  • To care for elderly and disabled and ensure that all of their daily needs are met
  • To provide a caring, safe and healthy environment for elderly and disabled and any other persons who may be entering your area of responsibility
  • Monitor health and well-being of elderly and disabled people.
  • To prepare food for people who you are looking after
  • Organizing the social activities
  • Accompanying and Helping the clients while they are doing shopping
  • Assisting in personal hygiene and dressing
  • Be familiar with and ensure all documentation is completed accurately.
  • Be fully aware of Standard Precautions and the Facility’s Infection Control Policies.

Coming soon…

According to job prospects, there will be lot of job opportunities in the health care sector areas like Agedcare, Disability, and Home care. The following information will give you about the future employment that is expected in the future.
According to Job Prospects
http://joboutlook.gov.au/Pages/occupation.aspx?search=alpha&tab=prospects&cluster=&code=4231