CHC30113 CERTIFICATE III IN EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION AND CARE
This qualification will enable you to become an early childhood educator, who contributes to planning for and providing educational experiences and care for infants and young children. It covers educators who use organisational policies, procedures and individual children's profiles to plan educational experiences and provide care to children, facilitating their leisure and play, and enabling them to achieve their developmental outcomes. This qualification supports the implementation of the Early Years Learning Framework and/or Our Time Our Place Framework.
Graduates will gain the minimum qualification to be able to work in the Early Years Industry, such as a Long Day Childcare Services, Preschool, Occasional Care Service, Out Of School Hours Care, In Home Care or as a Family Day Care Educator in their own home.
Course commencing in June 2015 with classes running 1 day per week, held at our Wodonga training room.
CHC30212 Certificate III in Aged Care (with the opportunity to complete CHC30312 Certificate III in Home and Community Care)
This exceptional course will provide you with the required skills to care for an older person and those living in the community with disabilities. You will learn to support their individual health and wellbeing as well as empower them to maintain their independence. This exciting opportunity has been created in partnership with a high quality facility, which will allow you to gain hands-on experience throughout the course. Employment opportunities in this industry are growing rapidly all around Australia, and at the completion of the course you will have gained confidence and be ready to step into a rewarding career. Classes run 2 days per week and are held at a well-established Aged Care facility in Wodonga.
We are now taking expressions of interest and enrolments for the mid-year course.
CHC40312 Certificate IV in Disability
The community care and disability sector is one of the largest industries in Australia, providing a range of services aimed at improving the quality of life for members of the community with support needs. These may be people who are older, frail or infirm, may have mental health issues or physical/intellectual disabilities. From desk-based administration roles through to those roles requiring medical qualifications, and entry roles through to those needing tertiary qualifications, the sector offers a wealth of career opportunities. Working in this sector is more than a career, it's a way of life. If you enjoy real challenges, and appreciate real diversity in what you do and in the people around you, you'll discover the feeling of genuine satisfaction.
Course commencing in May 2015 with classes running 1 day per week, held at our Wodonga training room.