CHC33021 Certificate III In Individual Support – 112470E
Course Code: CHC33021
CRICOS Code: 112470E
Course Code: CHC52021 | CRICOS Code: 112473B
This qualification reflects the role of individuals in the community, home or residential care setting who work under supervision and delegation as a part of a multi-disciplinary team, following an individualised plan to provide person-centred support to people who may require support due to ageing, disability or some other reason.
These individuals take responsibility for their own outputs within the scope of their job role and delegation. Workers have a range of factual, technical and procedural knowledge, as well as some theoretical knowledge of the concepts and practices required to provide person-centred support.
The skills in this qualification must be applied in accordance with Commonwealth and State/Territory legislation, Australian standards and industry codes of practice.
To achieve this qualification, the candidate must have completed at least 120 hours of work as detailed in the Assessment Requirements of the units of competency.
No licensing, legislative, regulatory or certification requirements apply to this qualification at the time of publication.
PROFESSIONAL RECOGNITION AND ACCREDITATION
This qualification is accredited by the Australian Community Workers Association (ACWA). It is the mark of educational quality in Australia’s community services sector. The purpose of ACWA course accreditation is to ensure the graduates from this qualification are well qualified to work in the community services sector.
In undertaking this qualification, you will get hands-on experience as you learn to manage, coordinate and deliver life changing services to individuals, groups and the wider community. This qualification focuses on case management, giving you specialist skills to support people who will benefit from your help and support.
Once you complete this course, you are eligible for ACWA membership and you will be qualified to work as community services worker, family support worker, client services manager, community development officer, case manager, service manager and/or program coordinator. For more information, please visit acwa.org.au
Course Duration: 104 weeks
Course Fee: AUD $28,000
Non Tuition Fee: AUD $4,500 (includes $350 enrolment and material placement fee)
Total Course Cost:AUD $32,500
Blended (Face to Face + Online)
|2023 Intake Dates||2024 Intake Dates|
|30th January, 2023||29th January, 2024|
|06th March, 2023||04th March, 2024|
|24th April, 2023||22th April, 2024|
|29th May, 2023||27th May, 2024|
|17th July, 2023||15th July, 2024|
|21st August, 2023||19th August, 2024|
|09th October, 2023||07th October, 2024|
|13th November 2023||11th November 2024|
The following are the admission requirements of Lead College:
• IBT 60
• PTE Academic 50
• CAE 169
• OET Pass
• Duolingo 100
• General English Advanced
• MOI Certificate
• Certificate IV or higher qualification with an Australian institution
Assessments may include written questions, demonstration of tasks/techniques, group activities, in class activities, role play, presentation, work based project, research projects, and workplace observations/evidences.
Students will need to successfully complete all units in this course to receive certificate of CHC52021 Diploma of Community Service. Learners who partially complete the qualification will receive a Statement of Attainment for the units they are deemed competent.
It is mandatory to complete work placement hours to be eligible for attainment of this qualification.
This qualification requires that the learner complete a total of at least 400 hours of work placement in at least two community service organisations in Australia. This consists of a 200-hour placement in year one and a further 200-hour placement in year two.
Before commencing work placement students must meet the following mandatory requirements at their own expense.
Students will be communicated when to obtain these documents.
This qualification enables the student to seek employment in the following job roles:
RECOGNITION OF PRIOR LEARNING RPL/ CREDIT TRANSFER
Lead College recognises qualifications issued by other RTOs. Lead College will accept and mutually recognise the qualifications and Statements of Attainment awarded by any other registered training organisation unless precluded by licensing requirements. We can also grant you Credit Transfer for subjects or units you have completed where equivalence can be established between the unit in your course, and the subject or unit you have completed.
Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) is a process where skills and knowledge that you have gained through work and life experience and other unrecognised training can be formally recognised.
During the entry process and interview stage LEAD College will discuss with you the process and options for RPL. Suitability is often determined on how much experience you have in a certain area, your work history and previous training. If RPL is determined as a possibility for you, you will be provided with a kit that will guide you in working through each unit to determine relevant skills and experience and identify whether you would be able to provide the required evidence.
UNIQUE STUDENT IDENTIFIER (USI) REQUIREMENT
USI is needed for all students studying with LEAD College. From 1 January 2015 for undertaking Nationally Recognised Training delivered by a Registered Training Organisation the students will need to have a Unique Student Identifier (USI). The USI is available online and at no cost to the student. This USI will stay with the student for life and be recorded with any nationally recognised VET course that is completed. Please see the official USI website https://www.usi.gov.au.The student after enrolment is required to create USI (Unique Student Identifier) or allow LEAD College to create an USI on their behalf.
STUDENT SUPPORT WELFARE and GUIDANCE SERVICES
Relevant resources are available at LEAD College to ensure that the students settle in well, smoothly transit life in new places and achieve the required level of competency in all accredited courses. Our staff assists in how to seek help with local welfare and guidance services.
Orientation to assist students is provided by LEAD College as an age and culturally appropriate program. Please refer Pre-enrolment Information Pack at www.leadcollege.edu.au Students will be permitted to attend classes only after they have attended and completed the orientation session for the enrolled courses.
After completing CHC52021– Diploma of Community Services you may progress to higher education courses.
|CHCCCS004||Assess co-existing needs|
|CHCCCS007||Develop and implement service programs|
|CHCCCS019||Recognise and respond to crisis situations|
|CHCCSM013||Facilitate and review case management|
|CHCDEV005||Analyse impacts of sociological factors on people in community work and services|
|CHCDFV001||Recognise and respond appropriately to domestic and family violence|
|CHCDIV001||Work with diverse people|
|CHCDIV002||Promote Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander cultural safety|
|CHCMGT005||Facilitate workplace debriefing and support processes|
|CHCPRP003||Reflect on and improve own professional practice|
|HLTWHS003||Maintain work health and safety|
|CHCDIS017||Facilitate community participation and social inclusion|
|CHCMHS001||Establish and confirm the counselling relationship|
|CHCCSL001||Establish and confirm the counselling relationship|
|CHCDIV003||Manage and promote diversity|
|CHCMHS004||Work collaboratively with the care network and other services|
|CHCCSL002||Apply specialist interpersonal and counselling interview skills|
|CHCCCS009||Facilitate responsible behaviour|
|CHCLEG003||Manage legal and ethical compliance|
|CHCMHS001||Work with people with mental health issues|