It is evident with our ageing population that we are living longer than ever before. As a result, ageing support has become an in-demand career in a challenging and rewarding sector. This growing sector offers a variety of job prospects, including becoming a Care Worker, Community Care Worker, Nursing Assistant or Home Care Assistant.
Aged Care support workers look after the health and well-being of seniors in facilities, or help maintain the independence of those living in their own homes. If you’re looking to help those in need and want to make yourself highly employable, the right qualification can open doors to a variety of fulfilling career opportunities.
Through our nationally recognised course in Individual Support - Ageing, you will learn the important skills needed to facilitate the empowerment of older people. You’ll also acquire the interpersonal skills and strategies you need to help older people with special needs like Alzheimer’s patients with dementia.
Explore Open Colleges’ ageing support courses and discover how you can empower seniors to live happier lives.
Learn to plan leisure and health programs that will support the psychological, social, emotional and physical needs of your clients with the CHC43415 Certificate IV in Leisure and Health.
The CHC43015 Certificate IV in Ageing Support has been developed to prepare you for work in Australia’s growing aged care industry, and will also teach you the skills needed to manage and supervise others.
Learn how to tailor the support and care you provide to elderly clients with the CHC33015 Certificate III in Individual Support (Ageing). This qualification is ideal for those looking to enter the growing aged care industry.
Learn how you can support vulnerable people in the community with the Certificate III in Individual Support CHC33015 (Home and Community). This qualification provides an overview of the home and community services sector, and teaches you the skills you need to step into a support worker role.