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3 Career Paths You Can Take After Studying with Brite Institute

By October 27, 2021October 20th, 2023No Comments

Brite Institute offer a range of courses and certifications to help students take the next step in their career path. Each accredited course provides a qualification that is recognised nationally and can lead to a rewarding role that makes a difference in the community. From a Certificate III in Individual Support (CHC33015) to a Certificate IV in Leisure and Health (CHC43415), and everything in between, the possibilities that can come from what you study are endless – you just need to find the right one for you!

So, whether you’ve completed a course and are wondering what career can come from it or are thinking about completing a Certificate with us, here are just a few examples of the kinds of career paths you can take after studying with Brite Institute.

Personal Care Worker

As a Personal Care Worker, Attendant, Supervisor or Assistant, you can look after people in aged care, community care, disability care or hospital care. Personal Care Workers assist in providing personal and professional support to both the individual and their families. This position works closely with health professionals to meet the client’s needs, undertaking typical roles that include providing support, helping with daily tasks like meal preparation and transport, and assisting doctors in implementing treatment plans. Through courses at Brite Institute, you can enter this line of rewarding work that gives back to the community by developing your communication, care, and hospitality skills, and using them to make the lives of others who need assistance just that bit easier.

Brite Institute courses that can help you become a Personal Care Worker include:

Diversional Therapy Assistant

During your time as Diversional Therapy Assistant you will help to organise, design, implement, and oversee recreational and leisure activities. In this fun and enthusiastic role, you can help enhance the quality of life and mental wellbeing of community members by providing support through a wide range of activities. Through your course at Brite Institute you will learn the skills you need to succeed and flourish in this role, or step into a position as Leisure Officer or Community Program Coordinator.

Brite Institute courses that can help you become a Diversional Therapy Worker include:

Disability Career Paths

Disability Support Worker

At Brite Institute, we know that meaningful care and support can help to change the lives of people with disability. As a Disability Support Worker, you will help to actively improve the quality of life for those who need assistance with personal care like cleaning, meal preparation, driving and shopping. A number of qualifications offered at Brite Institute will provide you with the knowledge needed to support people with disability and teach you the skills you have gained to support them in becoming more independent in their day-to-day lives.

Brite Institute courses that can help you become a Disability Support Worker include:

Study with us at Brite Institute

At Brite Institute, we understand the importance of lifelong learning. We have been providing industry leading training for over 25 years providing our students with the skills, knowledge, and confidence they need to follow their career goals. By studying a course with Brite Institute, you’ll be learning in small, tailored classes from experienced educators, all the while helping people with disability gain meaningful employment.

If you’d like to learn more about our accredited courses, visit our training page or get in touch with our friendly team.

Brite Institute is a Registered Training Organisation and a Learn Local provider RTO 3834.