AIWT (Australian Institute of Workplace Training) is excited to announce we now offer the aged care course CHC33015 Certificate III in Individual Support.
According to Jobs and Skills WA (https://www.jobsandskills.wa.gov.au/agedcare), Australia has one of the leading aged care systems in the world. And with an ageing population and people living longer, the demand for skilled aged care workers is increasing.
Whether you want to provide support for older people in their own homes, a residential care facility, or as part of a team in an aged care service, many opportunities are available. And, AIWT’s aged care course (Certificate III in Individual Support) will help you get there.
The CHC33015 Certificate III in Individual Support (CRICOS CODE: 107415K) is available to domestic and international students.
To apply for this course, please head to our CHC33015 Certificate III in Individual Support course page.
What to Expect from CHC33015 Certificate III in Individual Support at AIWT
This course provides the fundamental skills required to work effectively in a community or residential setting, providing care to people who need support due to ageing, disability, or other reasons. To achieve this qualification, students must complete 120 hours of work placement.
AIWT prides itself on the support it gives to students. We understand how difficult it can be to be away from home, changing careers, working, and studying simultaneously. Our students are part of our family, and we are here for them.
Aged Care Course Benefits
Beyond the quantity of job opportunities available, aged care workers have high job satisfaction due to the meaningful differences they are able to make in people’s lives.
If you want to help improve the quality of life of individuals the decision to pursue an aged care course is a fantastic choice!
Working in aged care will not only be rewarding, but also enables you to create meaningful, person-to-person bonds with your patients.
Certificate III in Individual Support Career Prospects
Your career prospects may include Community Care Worker, Nurse’s Aid, Homecare Assistant, Residential Care Worker, Support Worker, Senior Personal Care Assistant, Disability Support Worker, and more.
In addition to nurses and carers, many other workers provide quality aged care services and support. For example, people living in residential care facilities need housekeeping and maintenance services.
We constantly work with industries, so we always have a finger on the economy’s pulse. We need to know what businesses want, currently and in the future, to prepare our students to be ready and in demand to meet those needs.
Why Study this Aged Care Course with AIWT?
AIWT is a leading Registered Training Organisation (RTO) that delivers quality courses to international and domestic students. You’ll find AIWT in beautiful sunny Perth, the capital city of Western Australia.
Immersing yourself in the AIWT culture is a life-enhancing experience. Our students mean a lot to us, which governs how we approach the learning environment we provide. AIWT prides itself on delivering practical training and work-ready learning experiences to all students.
Most importantly, we treat students as part of the AIWT family. Our staff are always willing to provide a helping hand. Many AIWT staff are trained and experienced counsellors with many years of life experience. We aim to see you achieve your dreams and goals with this aged care course. Why not come and chat with our friendly and cheerful staff today.
Learn more about the CHC33015 Certificate III in Individual Support
To learn more about this aged care course and access the link to apply, please head to our CHC33015 Certificate III in Individual Support course page.
Or give us a call on +61 8 9249 9688 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.