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CHC43015 Certificate IV in Ageing Support

If you would like to work in supervisory role in the ageing sector, this qualification prepares you with the skills and knowledge to provide quality service delivery through the development, facilitation and review of individualised service delivery.

Course OverviewCareer OpportunitiesDelivery OptionsRecognition of Prior Learning (RPL)Fees & ChargesPathway to Further Study

18 units of competency are required to complete this aged care certificate.
15 Core units and 3 Elective units.

C/E UNIT DESCRIPTION
C CHCADV001  Facilitate the interests and rights of clients
C CHCAGE001  Facilitate the empowerment of older people
C CHCAGE003  coordinate services for older people
C CHCAGE004  Implement interventions with older people at risk
C CHCAGE005  Provide support to people living with dementia
C CHCCCS006  Facilitate individual service planning and delivery
C CHCCCS011  Meet personal support needs
C CHCCCS023  Support independence and well-being
C CHCCCS025  support relationships with carers and families
C CHCDIV001  Work with diverse people
C CHCLEG003  Manage legal and ethical compliance
C CHCPAL001  Deliver care services using a palliative approach
C CHCPRP001  Develop and maintain networks and collaborative partnerships
C  HLTAAP001  Recognise healthy body systems
C  HLTWHS002  Follow safe work practices for direct client care
E  CHCCOM002  Use communication to build relationships
E  CHCDIS008  Facilitate community participation and social inclusion
E  CHCDIS009  Facilitate ongoing skills development using a person-centered approach

Career Opportunities

Specific job roles and titles vary across different industry sectors, however, possible job titles relevant to this qualification include:

  • Accommodation support worker
  • Assistant hostel supervisor
  • Care supervisor
  • Care team leader
  • Day activity worker
  • Hostel supervisor
  • Personal care worker
  • Program coordinator – social programs
  • Residential care worker
  • Support worker

Delivery Options

The anticipated time to complete the course is up to 12 month through online learning and classroom workshops.

Daisy Learning will work with you or your organisation to meet your learning and development goals, by providing tailored, flexible solutions.

These completion times may vary depending on the delivery mode, the individual learner and whether or not RPL credits apply.

Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL)

Both formal and informal skills, knowledge and experience may be recognised as prior learning and could help you avoid duplication of training in areas you are already competent.

It could be used to identify what training you may need to complete the qualification.

Some examples of prior learning include:

  • Previous formal learning
  • Work experience
  • Life experience
  • Personal experience

Contact Daisy Learning to see how RPL may be able to assist your study.

Fees & Charges

Fee for Service
Total Course Cost:       $2880 includes student resources
Enrolment Fee:  $288 (non-refundable)

Higher Level Skills Program
Course funding is available by the Department of Education and Training (DET) for eligible students.
Contact Daisy Learning to find out whether you qualify.

Student Contribution Fee
Under the Higher Level Skills Program funding students are required to pay their Student Contribution Fee.
For students who do not hold a concession card, the fee is $288.
For students who hold a current concession card, the fee is $144.

Payment Plans
Ask our helpful team at Daisy Learning if you need any more information regarding a payment plan.

Pathway to Further Study

This course covers units from the National Training Package, so students may receive recognition towards other community service sector qualifications including, Certificate IV in Disability, Certificate IV in Home and Community Care, Certificate IV in leisure and Health or Diploma of Nursing