Aged Care Courses
Gain entry into one of Australia’s growth sectors – Aged Care. This course is also a great pathway for nursing.Certificate III Certificate IV
Gain a qualification in this ever growing industry – Disability. This course is a great pathway for home and community care.Certificate IV Course Info
Certificate III in Aged Care (CHC30212)
Time to make a positive career change? Do you have the personality to care and support those in need? Choose a certificate in Aged Care and learn, with theory and hands-on work placement, how to give care with confidence. This qualification is nationally recognised and a minimum entry requirement for the Aged Care sector. This course is also a great precursor to a Certificate IV in Aged Care or Certificate IV in Disability.
Work placement arranged for you!
First Aid included in this course
Quality learning with trainers that care
Study options to up-skill on completion
(CHC40108) Certificate IV in Aged Care
Looking for an advanced Aged Care qualification? Then our Certificate IV in Aged Care course is for you. This course is for those who have prior experience working in the aged care sector who want to develop their knowledge and skills in this area. You will also be qualified to be in a team leader or supervisory role.
Evening courses available
ACETI $1,000 study incentive
Quality training with the best trainers
Great pathway to Nursing
(CHC40312) Certificate IV in Disability
Interested to develop your skills to support those with disabilities? Why not enrol into a Certificate IV in Disability course with us. Your support will enable people with disabilities the chance to be more independent and self reliant in the community.
Experience in a live facility
Job opportunities for well-trained staff in Aged Care are on the rise, as the number of older Australians increase! Read an article by the Australian Government here. At InterCare Training we want our students to succeed; that means supporting you to find employment. Did you know that many of our students are offered a job from the business they did work placement with? This could happen to you! Would you like to know what duties, key responsibility areas and performance measures a job in Care has? One of the most common positions for a completed Certificate III in Aged Care student is a Personal Care Attendant (PCA); click here to open the Position Description of a Personal Care Attendant.
- Look into and complete any extra online learning opportunities and attend workshops to increase skills and knowledge eg. Hand washing
- Get your resume together ASAP, listing all relevant qualifications & experiences
- Cold call facilities with resume when finished placement as this shows initiative and there are always plenty of jobs that are not advertised
- Be presentable, polite and show initiative when you approach or contact a facility
- Sign up with an agency which will give you multiple job opportunities and experiences
- Personal Care Assistant (PCA)
- Aged Care Support Worker
- Community Support Worker
- Home Care Assistant
This certificate can also be an alternative pathway to get into nursing.