The HLT33115 Certificate III in Health Services Assistance is a nationally recognised qualification and could enable you to find entry-level work as an assistant in nursing or nursing support worker.
As a nursing assistant you’ll provide assistance to clients according to their care plan and under the supervision of a health professional. You’ll learn how to perform patient observations, how to work effectively with culturally diverse clients and how to use medical terminology. After completing this course you could work in aged care facilities, hospitals, clinics, private medical practices and home and community care services.Learn more
The course is delivered by Open Colleges in partnership with ICM Training. It will equip you with the management qualities to supervise other employees, create frameworks for an effective workplace and assist you to empower your clients to participate in the community and seek an appropriate level of independence.
Upon successful completion of the course, you will be able to pursue various roles in a range of professional disability services, including group homes and respite centres.Learn more
The CHC33015 Certificate III in Individual Support (Disability) is nationally recognised under the Australian Qualifications Framework, and upon completion you could gain employment in many different types of positions to suit your needs and personal goals.
Throughout this course you'll learn how to provide support to meet personal care needs, implement individualised plans and empower those with disabilities. This is a great entry level Certificate that will equip you with specialist knowledge, and the opportunity to put your training into practice during Structured Workplace Learning for real workplace experience.Learn more
The nationally recognised certificate is the first step in gaining the skills to operate effectively as a care worker or assistant in nursing in a residential aged care facility, or as a community care worker. You can access this course by direct entry but it would also be suitable for you if you have some experience and need to formalise your qualifications.Learn more
Occupational Therapists Assistants are employed across several industries including health care and social assistance; public administration and safety; education and training; and financial and insurance services.
When you successfully finish this course, you’ll be ready to begin work as an Occupational Therapy Assistant. A structured workplace learning component within the industry will ensure that you’re ready to begin a career with real life experience. Do this course flexibly and in your own time, starting on any day of the year.Learn more
Working under the supervision of a qualified speech pathologist, speech pathology assistants carry out a range of tasks to help clients overcome speech, understanding and swallowing difficulties caused by conditions such as stuttering, autism, cleft palate, Down syndrome and stroke.
You'll begin with an orientation to the allied health sector, including medical terminology and how to recognise healthy body systems. As you move through the course you'll study the units selected by industry for the speech pathology assistance specialisation, including support with augmentative and alternative communication methods and assistance in dysphagia management.Learn more
This comprehensive allied health qualification could see you working in a wide variety of roles, including as an assistant to a qualified physiotherapist. You will learn the specialist skills needed to deliver exercise programs and support physiotherapy treatments for your clients. A work placement will help you build your contacts and allow you to gain real, practical skills in a clinic (or similar) environment.
Theory, knowledge and initial skills are developed via our online campus OpenSpace. Practical skills in physiotherapy are gained through a work placement which you will do in a health centre or other appropriate workplace.Learn more
This course is designed for people who are passionate about health and well-being, who want a career focusing on fitness while instructing others. Learn to conduct fitness appraisals, develop programs, use fitness equipment safely, and advise clients on fitness and nutrition matters.
Practical skills are gained through a work placement which you will do in a gym or other appropriate workplace. We can advise you on how to find a suitable work placement in your area. Alternatively, you could take advantage of our industry Assessment Centre or Workplace Assessment Centre in Sydney.Learn more
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