Gain the skills to make a positive impact in the lives of clients in aged care, health, and the community services sectors with the CHC43415 Certificate IV in Leisure and Health from Open Colleges.
This nationally recognised qualification will teach you how to plan, implement and monitor individual and group activities for a diverse range of people. You’ll learn to support independence and wellbeing, relationships with carers and families, as well as community participation and social inclusion. You’ll learn by working for a fictitious care facility where you’ll be introduced to a range of fictitious colleagues and be faced with a variety of situations you may encounter in a real-life workplace. These skills will then be able to put this knowledge into practice with a 120-hour work placement.
Gain practical skills
To successfully complete this course and gain hands-on experience you must complete a minimum of 120 hours of work placement, within a suitable workplace. Suitable workplaces include residential aged care facilities, respite care facilities, day care centres, home care environments, community support settings, rehabilitation services and refuges.