Auscare’s Training Organisation offers the CHC33015 Certificate III in Individual Support (Ageing and Disability) Dual Specialisation that provides our learners with the knowledge and skills to enter the Australian HealthCare sector.
The CHC33015 Certificate III in Individual Support (Ageing and Disability) provides learners with an entry level qualification into the Health, Aged Care and Disability Sector.
This nationally accredited qualification is recognised in all States and Territories in Australia.
This course is designed for individuals wanting to work in residential Aged Care facilities, hostels, Hospitals, clients’ home environment and respite care or community groups with older people, residential services, outreach services, individualised support services and adult training services.
Through this certification, some of our graduating learners have continued on to become Aged Care Workers, Assistants in Nursing, Disability Support Workers and School Officers (working with children with disabilities).
One of our recent successful learners who completed the Certificate III in Individual Support (Ageing and Disability) – Yehsi Tshering – shares his learning journey recently with us.
Auscare: Thanks for wanting to share your story Yehsi. What made you study the Certificate III in Individual Support (Ageing and Disability)?
Yehsi: I had worked over 5 years with Special Need people back home in my country and decided to continue with my same career. Something that motivates me to take up this course is to help those people who are in need of help and contribute to making lives better. Being able to do this will provide me with better job satisfaction as there’s nothing better than seeing other people happy or smiles on their faces.
Auscare: What are your plans now that you have completed your certification?
Yehsi: After my course and work placement I gained a position within the aged care and disability organisation which I am thrilled about. At the same time I will continue to try and uplift my qualification in similar areas. Down the line and after 1 – 2 years of experience I look forward to seeing myself equipped with better knowledge skills and position.
Auscare: Why did you choose to study with Auscare?
Yehsi: I discussed options of where and who to study with other past students and they recommended Auscare because the course and its content is rich in comparison to other training institutions. The practical component of the course is also great. I personally feel that Auscare is one of the best training providers and its overall management of the organisation is very clean.
Auscare: What did you enjoy most about your studies?
Yehsi: The syllabus is well tailored and taught by an experienced trainer. The courses are also very student centered and flexible, and the mode of providing training is very systematic and prompt. Studying with Auscare allows me to keep adding new skills and techniques for providing better care services.
Thank you Yehsi for the opportunity to share your learning journey with us.
If you are also interested in studying with Auscare for a foot in the door or to upskill in the HealthCare sector, get in touch!