The Certificate IV in Aged Care offered through Care Training in partnership with AETS(RTO-7064-) designed for people who are working in aged care or assisting the aged in their daily care.
You’ll gain the skills and knowledge required to care for older people and individuals with complex needs and work with older people in nursing home, hostel or home care environment. You’ll also be trained to help promote independence and community participation. Workers may be required to supervise and/or coordinate a limited number of other workers.
As the population in Australia is growing up day by day, the demand for personal carers who can give medication is highly increasing. To avoid, this Australian government is strongly encouraging the nurses who are currently working to pursue this course. This course will mould you to learn about the skills regarding giving the medications, managing the staff, and developing and reviewing the care plans.
You’ll be awarded with a nationally recognised qualification which makes you eligible to work as:
- accommodation support worker
- care supervisor
- care team leader
- day activity worker
- hostel supervisor
- personal care worker
- program coordinator
- support worker
1. To do this course you should have finished your Certificate III in Aged care which should include all the following subjects
- Work effectively with older people
- Provide support to people living with dementia
- Work effectively in the community sector
- Support individual health and emotional well being
- Deliver care services using a palliative approach
- Recognise healthy body systems in a health care context
If you have not done these subjects please let us know, we will guide you regarding the bridging course that you are supposed to do.
2. we need your Police clearance check.
After graduating with this course you’ll be able to:
- advocate for the elderly
- support the elderly to maintain their independence
- work effectively in the community sector and with the elderly, culturally diverse clients and colleagues
- recognise healthy body systems in a health care context
- support individual health and emotional well being,
- provide support to meet personal care needs
- support people living with dementia
- assist clients with medication
- deliver care services using a palliative approach
- implement interventions with older people at risk of falls
- Manage the staff
- Leading the staff
There are 11 core units and 4 electives to be completed in this course.
- CHCAC412A: Provide services to older people with complex needs
- CHCAC416A: Facilitate support responsive to the specific nature of dementia
- CHCAC417A: Implement interventions with older people at risk of falls
- CHCAD401D: Advocate for clients
- CHCCS400A: Work within a relevant legal and ethical framework
- CHCICS401A:Facilitate support for personal care needs
- CHCICS402A: Facilitate individualised plans
- CHCINF403C: Coordinate information systems
- CHCNET404A: Facilitate links with other services
- CHCORG406A: Supervise work
- CHCOHS312A: Follow safety procedures for direct care work
- CHCCOM403A: Use targeted communication skills to build relationships.
- CHCPA402B: Plan for and provide care services using a palliative approach.
- CHCCS305A: Assist clients with medication.
- HLTHIR403B: Work effectively with culturally diverse clients and co-workers.
- CHCICS407A: Support positive lifestyle.
- CHCICS410A: Support relationships with carers and families.
For the people who are very busy with their work, we have an option to do this course by online. You can do this course by sitting at your home as it is delivered online. You can also finish this course faster if you are able to dedicate more time.
Enrolment date: You can enrol any day.
Course Commencement Date: Every Week we commence the course
Fees Structure: AUS$1650.00(if you pay in two instalments)
Payment options: You can pay in 6 instalments, for each instalment you have to pay $300.00(In total it is $1800.00)
Course MATERIALS: Will be provided by us
Class timings: contact us
Delivery Method: Online, Face to face, and work placement