Do you have a compassionate nature and good communication skills? Do you have the desire to help people and give back to the community? Then the Certificate III in Individual Support (Disability) may be just right for you.
Delivered in Adelaide, the Cert III in Individual Support (Disability) course is a nationally recognised qualification that will prepare you to enter the disability and personal care sector. This is a growth industry with extremely high employment outcomes.
It can also provide a pathway to further tertiary qualifications and is useful for formalising your qualifications if you already work in the industry.
Allstaff Training has been delivering quality courses in Adelaide for more than 30 years. As a Registered Training Organisation, our courses are developed in consultation with industry and provide the best possible preparation for your entry to this growth sector.
The Cert III in Individual Support (Disability) provides you with the skills and knowledge to support and care for people with disabilities in a community or residential setting.
The disability course provides you with practical skills, such as manual handling, assisting with movement and equipment management. It also develops communication skills and provides the emotional and psychological preparation required for the work.
Core units will provide a solid grounding in healthy body systems, high-level personal care, communication, independence and wellbeing, working with diverse people and safe, legal and ethical work practices.
Elective units will prepare you to assist with movement, empower people with disabilities, assist with community participation and social inclusion and provide first aid.
Our teaching approach and training materials will prepare you to enter the industry and provide a thorough appreciation of the importance of your work and respect for the people in your care.
Enrolment in the Certificate III in Individual Support may be contingent on a DHS police check (including working with children).
Government support for eligible students is available through the SA Government’s Skills SA program.
The course includes a minimum of 120 hours of industry placement organised by Allstaff.
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 disability.
Enrolments are ongoing. Training is conducted at our training centre located in the Adelaide CBD. The First Aid unit is delivered by First Aid Pro (RTO 40407).
To achieve this qualification, the candidate must complete a minimum of 120 hours of work placement.
Hours will vary depending on the electives chosen.
For further details visit www.training.gov.au