Kirana Colleges

Certificate III in Individual Support (Ageing)

Kirana Colleges

Course details

CRICOS course code: 094462C

Level of study: Career Based/Vocational

Summary

If you have a passion for helping others, studying our Certificate III in Individual Support Ageing is the perfect opportunity for you. The course will teach you the skills and knowledge to provide individual support to people who need assistance in their everyday life.

This certificate will provide you with the learning to take on many different career opportunities. These include;

  • Accommodation Support Worker
  • Care Assistant
  • Care Service Employee
  • Client Assistant
  • Community Access Coordinator
  • Community Care Worker
  • Community House Worker
  • Family Support Worker
  • Field Officer
  • Food Service Delivery
  • Home Care Assistant
  • In-Home Respite Worker
  • Nurse’s Aide
  • Planned Activity Assistant
  • Residential Aide
  • Residential Care Worker
  • Residential Support Worker
  • Transport Support Worker

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Course opportunities

Tuition Fees (AUD $): 8,499 for tuition fee includes 250 for Non Refundable Enrolment Fee and... Read more8,499 for tuition fee includes 250 for Non Refundable Enrolment Fee and 500 for Material and Resources Fee
Start date: October 2020
Duration: 39 Weeks (30 study weeks and up to 9 break weeks)
Study mode: Self study / online (with attendance)
Address

Brisbane CBD - Adelaide Street

Level 8, 116 Adelaide Street
Brisbane Queensland 4000
Australia

Entry criteria

International students must be at least 18 years of age

Students must demonstrate English language proficiency at IELTS 5.5 or equivalent

Students must have an Australian Higher School Certificate or equivalent

Students must pass Working With Children/Vulnerable People Check (including Police Clearance) in the state or territory you are planning to work in, prior to work placement

Address

Kirana Colleges
Sydney Olympic Park NSW
8 Figtree Drive Sydney New South Wales 2127
Australia