SUPERSEDED COURSES

SUPERSEDED COURSES

SUPERSEDED COURSES, Posted by Admin, Mar 20, 2019

Background

The regulatory body makes time to time improvement in training packages according to the needs and requirement of the respected industry. The course Certificate III in Aged Care (CHC30212) and Certificate III in Disability (CHC30408)were superseded by CHC33015 Certificate III in Individual support (Ageing / Disability) on 05thAugust 2015. The following are a few details about the Certificate III in Aged Care and Certificate III in Disability respectively:

Certificate III in Aged Care (CHC30212)

Overview

ACertificate III in Aged Care (CHC30212) was primarily designed for the one who wants to work in residential facilities. The aged carers had to work under the direct or regular supervision and all the employees were necessarily needed to follow organisation guidelines and their service plan.

There were 14 units to be completed which includes 10 core units and 4 elective units.

The employees working in aged care facilities had following duties and responsibilities:

  • Carry out activities to maintain personal care and/or other activities of living for people in an aged care setting
  • Carry out activities related to an individualised plan.
  • Report directly to a supervisor and are not responsible for other workers.li>

Occupational titles while working in aged care sector may include:

  • Accommodation support worker.
  • Assistant in nursing.
  • Care assistant.
  • Care service employees.
  • Care worker.
  • Community care worker.
  • Community house worker.
  • Community support worker.
  • Disability service officer (in some jurisdictions).
  • Field officer.
  • Home care assistant.
  • In-home respite worker.
  • Nursing assistant
  • Personal care assistant.
  • Personal care giver.
  • Personal care worker.
  • Residential care worker.
  • Support worker.

CHC30408 Certificate III in Disability

Overview

A Certificate III in Disability was designed to work in the community / or residential facilities under direct or regular supervision and to work according to aged care organisation protocol as well as service plan.

There were 14 units to be completed which includes 9 core units and 5 elective units.

The disability care workers had following roles and responsibility after they get employment:

  • Carry out activities to maintain personal care and/or other activities of living for people with a disability.
  • Carry out activities related to an individualised plan.
  • Report directly to a supervisor and are not responsible for other workers

Ocupational titles while working in disability care sector may include:

  • Accommodation support worker.
  • Assistant in nursing.*
  • Care assistant.
  • Client assistant.
  • Community access coordinator.
  • Community care worker.
  • Community house worker
  • Community support worker.
  • Disability service officer.
  • Disability support officer.
  • Disability support worker.
  • Family support worker.
  • Field officer.
  • Home care assistant.
  • In-home respite worker.
  • Nursing assistant.*
  • Personal care assistant.
  • Personal care giver.
  • Personal care worker.
  • Residential aide.
  • Residential care officer.
  • Residential care support worker
  • School support officer (working with children with disabilities).
  • Support worker.