CHC43115 Certificate IV in Disability
- Awarded byAll Health Training (RTO 22066)
- QualificationCertificate IV, Certificate
- Study ModeOn Campus
- Duration22 weeks - 1 day per week
- Payment OptionPayment planUpfront payment
- Duration22 weeks - 1 day per week
- Start DateEnquire for upcoming start dates
- Career OutcomesResidential Care Officer | Disability Support Worker | Senior Personal Care Assistant | View all
The Certificate IV in Disability (CHC43115) reflects the role of workers in a range of community settings and clients’ homes, who provide training and support in a manner that empowers people with disabilities to achieve greater levels of independence, self-reliance, community participation and wellbeing. Workers promote a person-centred approach, work without direct supervision and may be required to supervise and/or coordinate a small team.
The course includes 120 hours of mandatory practical placement in Industry, which All Health Training organise on students behalf.
If a participant is currently working in the disability sector you would be required to demonstrate working in the role for 120 hours. This can be done via payslips or a letter from your workplace that we can verify. This allows participant to complete practical activities within their job role.
This course meets the Nationally Recognised Training standards. It is listed on the Australian government’s National Register for Vocational Education and Training (VET). Studying this course leads to a qualification that’s recognised throughout Australia, and lets employers know that you have the right skills for the job.
What You'll Learn
In this disability course, the subjects you may study include:
- CHCCCS015 - Provide individualised Support
- CHCDIS002 - Follow established person-centred behaviour supports
- CHCDIS005 - Develop and provide person-centred service responses
- CHCDIS007 - Facilitate the empowerment of people with disability
- CHCDIS008 - Facilitate community participation and social inclusion
- CHCDIS009 - Facilitate ongoing skills development using person-centreded approach
- CHCDIS010 - Provide person-centred services to people with disability with complex needs
- CHCDIV001 - Work with diverse people
- CHCLEG003 - Manage legal and ethical compliance
- HLTAAP001 - Recognise healthy body systems
- HLTWHS002 - Follow safe work practices for direct client care
- HLTHPS006 - Assist clients with medications
- CHCCCS011 - Meet personal support needs
- CHCLAH001 - Work effectively within the leisure and health industries
- HLTAID001 - Provide cardiopulmonary resuscitation
Why Study With All Health Training
Start on your path to a rewarding new career when you study with All Health Training! Their simulated learning environment will give you the hands-on training you need to build your skills and confidence in aged care, allied health services, disability care and more.
Graduate with a nationally recognised, industry relevant qualification and get closer to pursuing a career that makes a real difference to you and your community.
All Health Training is equipped with an experienced team of assessors and trainers who are available to guide and support you throughout your studies. They’ll also provide students with a dedicated Student Support Officer at no additional fee to help ensure you get any care you need.
Where Will It Lead Me?
Upon successful completion, you'll receive a nationally accredited Certificate IV in Disability (CHC43115) from All Health Training.
Be qualified to pursue various roles including:
- Residential Care Officer
- Disability Support Worker
- Senior Personal Care Assistant
- Disability Officer – Day Support
- Social Trainer
How Much Will It Cost?
The full fee for this course is $2,535. Enquire now about funding options that may be available to you.
What You'll Need To Get In
Students must meet the following entry requirements:
- This is an open entry program of study with participants needing to read, write and communicate in English to a level to perform the job. Students will be required to complete a LLN evaluation to determine suitability.
- Students must be over 18 years of age to conduct practical placement.
- Police checks are required prior to commencing practical placement which we will organise on our students’ behalf. If a student has a Disclosable Court Outcome registered against their name, we are unable to assist with placement as industry will not accept students without a clear record. This requirement is not negotiable. Please note, in Victoria this includes any offence that may have occurred up to 10 years ago and will show offences that state they are “without conviction”.
- Students are required to obtain a volunteer Working with Children’s check (WWC) to commence placement.
- Students are required to be able to access a computer which will allow use of a USB in order to complete assessments and read information for units of competency.
This course can be delivered on campus to provide you with practical training in a face-to-face learning environment. It is available to study at the following locations: