CHC33021 Certificate III in Individual Support - Disability

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CHC33021 Certificate III in Individual Support - Disability

This qualification equips individuals with the essential skills and knowledge required to enter or remain in the thriving disability services sector. At IMPACT Community Services, we offer a comprehensive training program that blends theory with hands-on practical activities. As an integral part of the course, students also undertake a 120-hour vocational placement at a disability support service.

Our commitment at IMPACT Community Services goes beyond traditional training. We believe in providing students with real-life insights into the support industry, enabling them to navigate the intricacies and adapt to the ever-changing landscape of delivering high-quality assistance to those in need.

With a team of experienced trainers who possess extensive backgrounds in aging, disability, and home and community sectors, students benefit from their wealth of knowledge and profound understanding of providing person-centered support. This ensures that students receive thorough and in-depth preparation for their future roles.

As a registered NDIS provider, IMPACT Community Services goes a step further in creating an inclusive environment. We host various activities for disability clients, including Woodwork, Community Choir, and Art classes.

This unique opportunity allows students to witness and experience an inclusive environment before their vocational placement, instilling confidence in their career choice and providing exposure to a supportive facility setting.

Join us at IMPACT Community Services and embark on a rewarding journey towards making a positive impact in the lives of individuals with disabilities.

IMPACT's experienced trainers Gay Wilson and Robyn Green deliver the course with great enthusiasm and commitment.

Typical career paths for graduates of the CHC33015 Certificate III in Individual Support (Disability) include positions such as:

  • Disability Support Worker: Provide direct care, support, and assistance to individuals with disabilities in residential settings, community programs, or their own homes.
  • Community Support Worker: Offer support and assistance to individuals with disabilities in their community, facilitating their participation and inclusion.
  • Personal Care Assistant: Assist individuals with disabilities in their daily activities, including personal hygiene, mobility, and medication management.
  • Disability Services Officer: Work in organisations that provide support and services to individuals with disabilities, coordinating programs and ensuring their well-being.
  • Residential Support Worker: Support individuals with disabilities in residential facilities, providing assistance with daily living tasks, recreational activities, and social engagement.
  • Lifestyle Coordinator: Plan and facilitate recreational and social activities for individuals with disabilities, promoting their overall well-being and community integration.
  • Respite Care Worker: Offer temporary relief and support to primary caregivers of individuals with disabilities, providing assistance and ensuring their well-being during periods of respite.
  • Employment Support Officer: Assist individuals with disabilities in finding and maintaining employment, providing job coaching, skills training, and support in the workplace.

I want to train the next generation of carers and help them to be the best that they can be. Robyn Green

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

Download Program Outline
Onboarding and IT training:
1 Week
Course Days:
Monday to Thursdays
Vocational Placement:
6 Weeks (120hrs)*
Course Completion:
1 Week
Course Duration:
21 Weeks
*6 weeks is allowed but can be completed sooner depending on the host
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