CHC33021 Certificate III in Individual Support - Home & Community

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CHC33021 Certificate III in Individual Support - Home & Community

This qualification provides the skills and knowledge required for entry in the Home and Community Care sector.

At IMPACT Community Services we provide training that combines theory with hands-on practical activities, plus a 120 hour vocational placement.

Graduates of a CHC33021 Certificate III in Individual Support (Home & Community) typically apply for work as:

  • Personal care workers
  • Home help workers
  • Support workers
  • Respite care workers
  • Disability support workers

IMPACT's experienced trainer Sandy Baker delivers the course with great enthusiasm and commitment.

Rachel rates IMPACT 10 out of 10

  I would highly recommend using IMPACT Training

Read Rachel's story here

You may be eligible for training funding assistance through Skilling Queenslanders for Work (train at no cost to you), Certificate 3 Guarantee or other programs that offer government training subsidies for Certificate III courses.

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Course Info

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Unit Training:
Course start date TBA (13 weeks)
Course Days:
Monday to Thursday
Course Times:
9am to 3pm
Vocational Placement:
4 Weeks
Course Completion:
1 Week

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