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Narooma Qualification Course. Enrol now with South Coast Colleges

South Coast Colleges are planning to run a Certificate III in Individual Support in NAROOMA. You can find the course information below. If you or someone you know wish to apply for a position in this course, keep reading!

Certificate III in Individual Support

Course: CHC33015 - Certificate III in Individual Support Start Date: Planned 25th March 2020 End Date: Approx. October/ November 2020 Class Day: Wednesday and Thursday Time: 9:30 am – 3:00 pm  Location: NAROOMA - The Whale Motor Inn Cost: The College is able to offer this qualification under the NSW Government’s Smart and Skilled funding for eligible students. Find out more

By completing this course, you will be qualified for employment in residential aged care services and in-home or disability care services. Build a rewarding career and relationships in the care and support sector! This course could also be the first step to an exciting career in nursing!  South Coast Colleges can help you explore all these options and develop a career pathway plan to help you on your way. Holding the Certificate III in Individual Support qualification will increase your value as an employee as you learn skills which can be applied across multiple disciplines.  You will be required to undertake a minimum of 120 hours of work placement which South Coast Colleges will source for you. This course is delivered in Narooma, face-to-face with the South Coast Colleges Trainer who has had many years’ experience in the community services sector.  Students will also have access to the Nursing Simulation Lab in Batemans Bay. All course learning and assessment materials are provided by the College.


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