If you are a great communicator and possess a strong sense of compassion, and would love to build a rewarding career based on helping people with a disability, then the CHC43121 Certificate IV in Disability Support qualification from Phillips Institute could be an ideal course for you.
Assisting people with disability is a noble and fulfilling role to play in your community, and with a growing focus on ensuring that people with disability have a high quality of life this sector is experiencing unprecedented growth. Phillips Institute’s Certificate IV in Disability Support course is a contemporary course designed to give you all the skills and knowledge you need to start performing competently and confidently in a range of different disability support roles in both government and private institutions. You will develop essential skills such as how to provide person-centred services to people with disability with complex needs, how to work with people with mental health issues, how to manage legal and ethical compliance and how to prepare for NDIS support coordination.
The course is available as weekly classes on campus in Carnegie or Warragul, Victoria, or online (recommended only for current Disability Support Workers). Work placement is not required, however it’s recommended you can access a relevant workplace to meet some assessment requirements. If you aren’t working in a related role, simulation options may be available.
The CHC43121 Certificate IV in Disability Support qualification from Phillips Institute is covered by Victorian Government’s Skills First funding program and eligible students can study from as little as $50. Please enquire now to see if you qualify for this government funding program.