Assistant in Nursing (Ageing & Disability) is a non-accredited course designed for those who are unable to attain a formal qualification but want to attain skills and knowledge and competencies required to work in a health care support role.
Assistant in Nursing (Ageing & Disability) is a non-accredited course that covers competencies, practical workshops, and clinical work placement (120 hours) designed to develop skills and knowledge required to work in aging and disability support care.
The course covers all essential competencies including:
Upon successful completion you’ll be provided a Completion Certificate. As part of this course, you will also be provided Statement of Attainment for following units of competencies (if assess requirements are met):
You will also be required to undertake 120 hours of supervised work placement in the aged care, disability and/or home care facilities.
This course is designed to be completed within up to 13 weeks (including holidays and placement) The completion of this course also depends upon on your:
The course is delivered in the blended mode: online and on-campus (for practical simulation). You will be provided with Learner Guides Assessment Workbook and helpful resources. You will also be required to attend our practical training facility that simulates the real-life aged care and disability support facility.
You’ll be required to undertake 120 hours of clinical work placement.
To complete your course, you will need to arrange access to a computer with:
Fee for this course is $1,100.
Please see Fees and Refunds Policy for more information.
As this is not an accredited qualification, there RPL or credit transfer is not available for this course.
As this is not an accredited qualification, there no formal pathways.
It is recommended that learners wishing to obtain a nationally recognised qualification under Australian Qualification Framework in this field should consider joining courses such as CHC33021 Certificate III in Individual Support course (or its successor).