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Certificate IV in Aged Care

Become a qualified aged care worker by studying this online Certificate IV in Aged Care course from OTEN.


The course will train you to assist clients with activities of daily living, medication, and will equip you with strategies to help maximise a client’s independence.
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Open Colleges

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Correspondence

CHC30212 Certificate III in Aged Care

The online Certificate III in Aged Care course will give you the skills to turn your passion for helping others into a viable profession.


Studying this online aged care course will give you the knowledge to provide physical, social and psychological support for the elderly as well as people with intellectual disabilities.
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Open Colleges

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Correspondence

CHC40108 Certificate IV in Aged Care

Studying this online Certificate IV in Aged Care course will give you the skills and training to care for the elderly, particularly in residential facilities.


Some of the roles you will be qualified for include care supervisor, care team leader, program coordinator (social programs), hostel supervisor, assistant hostel supervisor, accommodation support worker or personal care worker.
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Charles Sturt University

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Correspondence

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Graduate Certificate in Gerontology

The online Graduate Certificate in Gerontology course will give you the skills to work in improving the quality of life of older people.


Studying this graduate certificate program, you will learn about the major theoretical and practical issues associated with ageing.
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Charles Sturt University

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Correspondence

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Master of Gerontology

The Master of Gerontology course will give you the knowledge and skills to promote the health and wellbeing of older people.


With the ageing population, aged care services are increasingly needed and health professionals with advanced skills in gerontology are in great demand.
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About Aged care

As the baby boomers enter their twilight years, crack open their nest eggs and leave their live-at-home adult kids to fend for themselves, there are two resounding words you should hear:

Industry growth.

Australia’s ageing population is driving up demand for more qualified and dedicated aged care workers, and a greater array of aged care services.

According to an IBISWorld research report, by 2056 one in four Australians will be aged above 65. As more of these individuals enter their golden years, demand for aged care accommodation is expected to lead to revenue of $6.7 billion a year, with growth forecasted to be compounded annually at 6.8 per cent.

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