Service Co-ordination (Ageing and Disability) - Certificate IV - Bairnsdale - Victoria - East Gippsland TAFE Bairnsdale Campus - I2266

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Objectives:
This qualification is for workers in residential facilities or community care agencies who coordinate specific programs or projects and supervise other workers and volunteers. Workers are required to have an understanding of how to work with local communities in the provision of services and an understanding of Indigenous culture and history. At this level you are not responsible for clinical components of assessment care planning and would be expected to consult with professionals in relation to clinical issues. This qualification requires a total of 15 units; 10 compulsory core units and 5 elective units.
Entry Requirements:
This course is only offered to people currently working in the industry. Employing bodies must be in a position to support employees as they undertake workplace based projects to demonstrate competence. Students will be required to submit a letter of support from their employer before enrolling. Pre-requisite units of study: CHCAC3C Orientation to aged care work CHCDIS10B Provide care and support OR CHCDIS1B Orientation to disability work
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Service Co-ordination (Ageing and Disability) - Certificate IV
Course Description:

Career Opportunities:

Occupations for this area may include: assistant activities program co-ordinator, assistant manager, community care worker, supervisor, unit manager, shift supervisor, volunteer co-ordinator.


Eligible for recognition of prior learning or skills:

Please speak with the tutor to find out if you are eligible for credits

Careers:

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Health & Community Services

Course Structure

The course comprises of the following units of study:

Core

CHCAC7C         Plan and monitor service delivery plans
CHCCOM3C      Utilise specialist communication skills to build strong relationships
CHCCS12A       Develop a service delivery strategy
CHCCS3C         Co-ordinate the provision of services and programs
CHCCS405A     Work effectively with culturally diverse clients and co-workers
CHCINF3B         Co-ordinate information systems
CHCINF8A         Comply with information requirements of the aged care and community care sectors
CHCNET4A        Work with other services
CHCOHS401A   Implement and monitor OHS policies and procedures for a work place
CHCORG23B     Co-ordinate work

Electives

CHCAD2B          Support the interests, rights and needs of clients within duty of care requirements
CHCADMIN3B    Undertake administrative work
CHCCD13B       Work within specific communities
CHCCD1C         Support Community Participation
CHCCD4C         Develop and implement community programs
CHCCHILD1C    Identify and respond to children and young people at risk of harm
CHCCS303A      Provide physical assistance with medication
CHCCS304A     Assist with self medication
CHCCS401A     Facilitate co-operative behaviour
CHCCS402A     Respond holistically to client issues
CHCDIS3C        Provide services to people with disabilities
CHCDIS4B        Design procedures for support
CHCDIS6C        Plan and implement community integration
CHCDIS7B        Design and adapt surroundings to group requirements
CHCGROUP3C  Plan and conduct group activities
CHCINF7B        Meet information needs of the community
CHCNET2B       Maintain effective networks
CHCORG5B      Maintain an effective work environment
HLTCSD6A       Respond effectively to difficult or challenging behaviour
HLTFA1A          Apply Basic First Aid
HLTFA2A          Apply advanced First Aid
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