CHC33015 - Certificate III in Individual Support (Ageing)
CHC33015 - Certificate III in Individual Support (Home & Community)
CHC33015 - Certificate III in Individual Support (Disability)
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Nationally Accredited Course (Ageing, Disability and Home & Community)
This qualification reflects the role of workers in the community and/or residential setting who follow an individualised plan to provide person-centred support to people who may require support due to ageing, disability or some other reason. Work involves using discretion and judgement in relation to individual support as well as taking responsibility for own outputs. Workers have a range of factual, technical and procedural knowledge, as well as some theoretical knowledge of the concepts and practices required to provide person-centred support.Learn More
Nationally Accredited First Aid Course (RTO 41237)
This is a stand alone unit which describes the skills and knowledge required to provide a first aid response to a casualty. The unit applies to all workers who may be required to provide a first aid response in a range of situations, including community and workplace settings. This course replaces the old Apply First Aid and Senior First Aid coursesLearn More
Nationally Accredited First Aid Courses (RTO 41237)
Cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) is a lifesaving technique useful in many emergencies, including heart attack or near drowning, in which someone's breathing or heartbeat has stopped. This nationally accredited CPR course provides the theoretical knowledge and practical skills required to Provide CPR life support in line with the Australian Resuscitation Council (ARC) Guidelines; Management of a casualty; and Management of an incidence and other First Aiders until the arrival of medical or other assistance. This is the perfect course for those who need to do a refresher or are required you to have a CPR certificate for workLearn More
Nationally Accredited First Aid Courses (RTO 41237)
Unsafe manual handling procedures may cause various injuries or sprains and some of them can lead to death. Following safe manual handling procedures is a key responsibility of each organisation and employees. Maintain a good posture while doing a task can improve a person’s efficiency and prevent him from muscular injuries. Manual Handling course will teach you how to safely identify, plan and perform manual handling tasks to maintain an injury-free workplaceLearn More
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There are many reasons for you to choose HTCA to pursue your studies. Our course fee is affordable with flexible payment plans. We are flexible in delivering the course study. We offer one to one classes for the students who miss any training session with a supported valid reason. Most of our students get job offer during their vocational student work placements. Excellent feedback from the Students and Aged Care Homes about our training quality is our strength. After completion of the course, settlement in the same job sector is higher in the industry.
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Step 1 -Student enquiries about a program/qualification on HTCA scope of registration by making an enquiry in person, by phone or online. Step 2- Pre-enrolment information provided to the student HTCA provides detailed information (e.g. student-related policies and procedures, rights and responsibilities, fees and refunds, available support services, reasonable adjustment opportunities, complaints and appeals, obtaining a USI and applying for recognition and/or credit transfer) to the student through website, marketing material, pre-enrolment information, Info pack, information sessions, interviews and student inductions. Course information (e.g. eligibility criterion, pre-requisite requirements, content, delivery style, fees, and language, literacy and numeracy requirements) is provided and explained. Step 3- Student receives and completes an Enrolment Form The enrolment form is given to the prospective student for completion. Students complete required screening (e.g. Language, Literacy and Numeracy Assessment) to identify any areas requiring further review so that an individualised support plan can be developed. Prospective Student submits completed Enrolment Form and supporting documentation to Administration staff Step 4- Enrolment form is reviewed The enrolment form is reviewed by Administration staff to ensure that it has been completed correctly and where required all supporting documentation/evidence has been submitted. Application is assessed to ensure it meets program/qualification eligibility and entry requirements The student is contacted if their application is incomplete, requires further evidence or that they have not met eligibility criteria. Additional documentation may be requested or where ineligibility applies alternative solutions including referral may be offered. Step 5- If Student is eligible Details are placed in a relevant database. Admin staff enters student details into Student Management System (SMS). USI is verified. The student formally notified that their application has been successful. Special needs are identified, and Trainer/Assessor is notified Step 6- Invoice generated Step 7- Student pays invoice and commences program/qualification Student permanent file created. Resources are provided to a student. Trainer/Assessor meets with a student if special need or additional support requirements are identified and an individualised learning and assessment plan is developed.
Our website can help you to get the answer to your questions. We provide student services on the phone and in person. Admin staff can help you with administration and support services. We tailor the support you need. For students, there is a comprehensive range of activities and resources to support you throughout your studies
Hope Training College of Australia will support students in preparing the resume and help them to provide the list of Age Care Service Providers to find job opportunities in and around Adelaide.