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Certificate III Individual Support (CH33021) Train to Gain 

By January 29, 2024June 5th, 2024No Comments

We’re proud to announce a transformative partnership with Hume Multiversity, dedicated to providing advanced foundational training for those aspiring to support our elderly community. This collaboration represents our commitment to empowering individuals with the knowledge and skills necessary to make a significant impact in the lives of our local seniors.

The Essence of the Training

Our training program, centred around the CHC33021 – Certificate III in Individual Support, is specifically designed to mould compassionate and skilled care professionals. The course comprehensively covers essential aspects of aged care, disability support, and community care. The primary focus is to equip learners with person-centred care skills, ensuring they are prepared for various roles, including care assistant, home maintenance worker, and personal care assistant.

An elderly woman smiling at student undertaking a Certificate III Individual Support (CH33021).

Who is this Program For?

This program is designed for anyone in the Hume community who is looking to make a significant change in their career path. It is ideal for individuals who desire a role that is not just a job, but a meaningful contribution to society. The focus here is on individuals who have a deep-seated passion for caring for the elderly, a demographic that immensely benefits from empathy and dedicated support. 

This program is especially suited for those who may not have formal experience in the aged care sector but possess the intrinsic qualities necessary for this noble work. It emphasises that a lack of prior experience in the field should not be a barrier to starting a career in aged care. The training is an invitation to all residents of the Hume community, welcoming people from diverse backgrounds and work experiences. This inclusivity ensures that anyone with a genuine interest and the right attributes can embark on this fulfilling career path.

Why Choose This Training?

This training stands out due to its comprehensive learning approach. The course is thoughtfully designed, encompassing 15 units that include both core and elective modules. This structure ensures that students receive a well-rounded education, covering all the essential aspects of individual support. The practical experience component is another significant aspect of this training. 

A mandatory 120-hour work placement offers students invaluable on-the-job experience, which is critical in preparing them for real-world scenarios in the aged care and support sector. The program is highly accessible, with no prerequisites required for enrolment. This openness is key to allowing a diverse range of individuals to pursue a career in care, opening doors for anyone who possesses the passion and dedication to make a difference in the lives of others.

Contact Brite 

If you want to find out more about this course, our partnership with Hume Multiversity, or how you can apply, contact Renee Cremona at 0477 006 634 or briteinstitute@brite

Brite Institute is a Registered Training Organisation RTO 3834.