About the Course
The nationally recognised certificate is the first step in gaining the skills to operate effectively as a care worker or assistant in nursing in a residential aged care facility, or as a community care worker.
Why Train with Us?
Qualify with a CHC33015 Certificate III in individual support dual certification in:
Home and Community Care
This course also covers:
Manual handling for support workers
Our highly skilled trainers will support you through your face to face classroom training and your work placement training.
CFAA students are highly sought after by industry.
Employers are waiting for you
The Certificate III in Individual Support secures your long-term employment and prepares you to provide physical and social support to individuals in a variety of care settings, making a real change in their lives.
Student Support Services
We have identified a number of support services for students who have special needs, or require additional support and assistance to undertake or complete their learning. Please discuss any concerns you may have with your enrolment officer or trainer assessor.
Personal Care Worker
Assistant in Nursing
Patient Care Assistant
Residential Care Worker
Disability Support Worker
In Home Support Worker
Community Care Worker
Day Program Support Worker
Graduate in CHC3305 Certificate III in Individual Support, Summer Widdup, speaks about her training experience.
CHC33015 Certificate III in Individual Support graduate, Dot Squires talks about how her training gained her employment.
Community Home Care, Chief Executive Officer, Sue Clements answers why CFAA graduates are preferred for employment.
As part of this course, you will take part in the following activities:
Classroom training with a combination of theory and practical activities.
Specialised medication support and manual handling training
Ability to apply your skills in our practical training environment
Organised industry work placement
Eligibility and Funding
Funding may be available for eligible applicants.
Fees for participants eligible for government funding and:
Concession $268.80 (8 fortnightly payment of $33.60)
No concession $907.20 (8 fortnightly payments of $113.40)
Conditions apply and proof of eligibility must be provided at the time of enrolment. This is in accordance with the Department of Training and Workforce Development Vet fees and charges policy 2020.
CFAA may waive all fees for student applicants who can prove severe financial hardship. Financial hardship is defined by Jobs & Skills WA and applicants must meet the definition and criteria to be eligible for a waiver. CFAA will require information from applicant to prove their severe Financial Hardship Claim.
The Student tuition fees are indicative only and are subject to change given individual circumstances at enrolment. Additional fees may apply such as student service and resource fees.