Key Study Areas
Core topics include Communication in the workplace, Legislation in the public sector, Contribute to workplace activities, Occupational health & safety policy and procedures, Values and principles of public service, Working effectively in an organisation, and Working effectively with diversity. Other topics focus specifically on disability support with children. See the course units for further information.
• Flexible Delivery
• Workplace Based
On average approximately 3 hours online and 4 hours off line study is required per week. You are required to have completed the course within two years of enrolment.
• Individual Interview
Specific role options for Integration Aides
in schools may include Support students with additional needs in the classroom, Support students with special needs, Support the development of children in the services, and/or Work effectively with families in caring for their child.
Further Study Options
Students may continue on to Certificate IV and Diploma levels of this course at other Institutes. BRIT
offers further studies in related areas such as Children's Services or Disability Work.
Certifcate IV in Disability Work :: CHC40302
Certificate III in Children's Services :: CHC30402
Diploma of Children's Services :: CHC50302
You will be assessed as part of this course.
Packaging Rules This course comprises 11 units - 5 core units and 6 elective units
Typical Course Content (exact details may be obtained from the teaching centre)
CHCDIS14A Support students with additional needs in the classroom
CHCDIS17A Provide Care And Support For Students With Disabilities
CHCDIS18A Support students with special needs
CHCIC1C Interact effectively with children
PSPETHC301B Uphold the values and principles of public service
PSPGOV301B Work effectively in the organisation
PSPGOV302B Contribute to workgroup activities
PSPGOV308B Work effectively with diversity
PSPLEGN301B Comply with legislation in the public sector
PSPOHS301A Contribute to workplace safety
CHCRF1C Work Effectively With Families In Caring For The Child
Recognition of Prior Learning
Recognition of your current qualifications and prior learning: BRIT
has processes to give you credit for relevant units from your prior study, and to assess your prior learning against units in a course.