The enrolments are open all around the year.
Inclusion Training is focused on delivering education and training to support the inclusion of people with a
disability in the community. We offer a range of face to face courses to meet the needs of our community.
Our online courses are aimed at people who are looking to learn more about how they can support a person with
a disability in our community.
Are you looking to work in a rewarding industry that focuses on community engagement and building relationships with individuals?
Then studying a Certificate III in Individual Support specialising in Disability is the perfect course for you. This qualification will give you the skills and knowledge required to deliver individualised person-centered support to people who may require assistance in both community or residential based settings. You will also learn how to provide physical, social and emotional support to clients.
Part of your study will include a 120 hour placement with an industry service provider for the disability sector. The course will be delivered through both on campus face-to-face learning and online self-paced learning over a period of 12 months. The course may be completed in less than 12 months if minimum hours and all course requirements are met.
For six months, there will be 1-day a month face-to-face delivery and online learning through the Moodle platform . This occurs alongside the 120 hour Work Placement.
In order to successfully complete this course, you will need to complete all the units.
There are a total of:
7 Core units
6 Elective units
Practicum Placement Program
The assessments for this course range from:
Written & online tasks
Work related projects
Once you have successfully completed and passed all course requirements, you will receive a nationally endorsed CHC33015 Certificate III in Individual Support (disability).
A statement of results will be for units passed.
Potential career opportunities that could result for the successful completion of this course are:
You may be eligible to reduce the number of units you need to study by measuring them against skills you may have acquired through life, work experience or prior study or training. AQF qualifications and statements of attainment issued by other registered training organisations will be recognised by Inclusion Training. For further information please contact us or discuss this upon enrolment.
An individual must be either:
i) an Australian citizen;
ii) a holder of a permanent visa; or
iii) a New Zealand citizen;
And if over 20 years of age (as at 1 January in the year of commencement of training);
Must not hold a qualification at a higher level
a) commence a maximum of two courses subsidised through the Skills First Program in a calendar year.
b) undertake a maximum of two courses subsidised through the Skills First Program at any one time;
c) commence a maximum of two government subsidised courses at the same level within the AQF in their lifetime;
You may be eligible for a Government subsidised place if you answer YES to either of following .
· I am upskilling
· I do not have a qualification higher than the Certificate III
If you answer NO, the fee is $5000.00
The enrolments are open all around the year.
Inclusion Training offers a range of pre-accredited programs for students who want to extend their personal interests, grow their skills and meet other people. Inclusion Training also offers pre-accredited programs specifically for people who want to progress to accredited training.
Pre-accredited programs are quality assured by ACFE and government subsidised. See our fees page for more information about concession eligibility, support arrangements and course fees.
|Pre-accredited course name|
|General Literacy and Numeracy|
|iPads for Learning
‘iPads for Learning – Photography’ aims to provide students with intellectual disabilities with a highly contextualized introduction to the iPad as a tool for supporting their learning. The use of the iPad as a means of enhancing skill development and of enabling access to knowledge will be explicitly taught with opportunities maximized for repetition and practice. Students will learn to; identify the key features of the iPad, turn the iPad off and on, charge the iPad, identify and use some of the most commonly used icons on the home screen. Students will learn to use the camera function and different settings for taking photos, learn to take photos and video, manage the storage of these and send them as emails. They will be introduced to the accessibility features of the iPad and have to opportunity to trial these and record the features they would like to use in the future to support them in a learning and /or employment setting. They will use these features to compose, read and send an email. ‘Ipads for Learning – Photography’ aims to increase the confidence and capacity of students with poor literacy and numeracy skills to participate in employment options and the wider community. Learners have the opportunity to create a portfolio or photo album.
|Health and Hygiene
The ‘Health and Hygiene’ course focuses on providing an accessible means for learners with intellectual disabilities to develop their conceptual understanding of these topics through explicit teaching and contextualized materials and experiences. Learners will investigate the concept of ‘health’ and how it is comprised of physical, mental and social health considerations. They will identify components of physical health and social distancing. Learners will be supported to make links that clarify for them the importance of the establishment of effective personal and domestic hygiene practices. e.g. that this knowledge and these skills are a) expected and valued in the workplace, and b) underpin some future training options they may be interested in.
The course will focus on letter and word recognition focusing on sounds, blends and whole words.
1,2,3 …Cook! is a literacy and numeracy program for learners with emerging numeracy and literacy skills. Opportunities for learning are embedded within a cooking program. Learners will develop an awareness and understanding of the purpose and features of procedural text, recognising and sequencing the steps and following following simple written and spoken directions, as they prepare a recipe. Learners will be supported to; develop their skills in recognising the numerals 1 – 10, develop the concept of fractions as part of a whole and develop their understanding of the language of time, measurement and direction. Learners will practice following food handling &hygiene procedures and will be supported to follow safety procedures in the Kitchen environment. This course links to 22554VIC Course in General Education for Adults.