Do you have a desire to help others while building a stable and fulfilling career?
Study a community or aged care course to formalise your qualifications, or gain new skills that will allow you to enter this satisfying area of work. Open Colleges can provide the flexibility, quality and affordability that you need to structure your course into your already busy life, particularly if you are already working or if you have other commitments.
Working with older people could be a stable and satisfying career path with opportunities for career progression. Take the first step with these comprehensive courses.
Make a real difference in the lives of the elderly as a professional Care Worker with Open Colleges’ Certificate III in Individual Support (Ageing, Home and Community).
One in five people has a disability and as the sector continues to grow, employers are actively seeking qualified, compassionate workers. A career in the disability sector is both attainable and hugely fulfilling.
The disability sector continues to grow, and working with people with disability can be a rewarding and worthwhile career.
The course is delivered by Open Colleges in partnership with ICM Training. It will equip you with the management qualities to supervise other employees, create frameworks for an effective workplace and assist you to empower your clients to participate in the community and seek an appropriate level of independence.
Upon successful completion of the course, you will be able to pursue various roles in a range of professional disability services, including group homes and respite centres.
If you're looking for a career that will help you make a real difference in the lives of whole communities or individuals at risk, a nationally recognised qualification could give you the skills and confidence to have a lasting impact.
Get qualified to work in community services helping the people who need it the most and supporting them to build better lives, with Open Colleges’ Diploma of Community Services .
Help people who are struggling with addiction to break free and move into a healthier future, with this nationally recognised qualification.
Learn to plan leisure and health programs that will support the psychological, social, emotional and physical needs of your clients with this accredited course.
Get the skills to start a career making a difference in the lives of people living with mental health issues, with this accredited course.
Dual qualification: CHC43215 Certificate IV in Alcohol and Other Drugs and CHC43315 Certificate IV in Mental Health
This dual program will equip you with an understanding of mental health and addiction, and the skills to help people who are struggling get back on track.
Acquire the skills to help others resolve their issues and find direction by offering unbiased guidance and support with a nationally recognised qualification.
Open Colleges’ Diploma of Counselling will train you in the most current and effective counselling techniques and methods to help you change people’s lives.
Become a source of encouragement and support for the children who need it most. Acquire the skills to make a positive impact on the lives of young people with a nationally recognised qualification.
Get the skills you need to make a positive impact on the lives of children and teenagers, with Open Colleges’ Certificate IV in Youth Work .