Looking for some rewarding career paths? Working in the aged care sector is extremely beneficial because there is a growing demand for well-educated and well-trained professionals.
The coming decade will see a high demand for aged care workers to take care of our rapidly ageing population. When people age, their needs often change. But the need for companionship, caring, and belonging will never change. For care providers, every day is a chance to give loyal care and support to those who are in need of a helping hand. If you are interested in this field, there are more and more positions opening up everywhere, and national data shows the average salaries to be between $52,984 and $63,083 a year.
If you want to support aging community members and put your compassionate heart to work, you may want to look into one of Vigil Training College's aged care courses in Sydney. Aging care is an industry that will offer you job security and growth in the coming years.
We have a wide range of aged care courses online and in-person in our Sydney-based classroom for people who are interested in becoming aged care workers. The various levels of aged care courses available at Vigil Training College include: -
Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) refers to a process that assesses the competencies an individual acquired through formal, non-formal and informal learning to determine the extent to which that individual meets the requirements specified in the training package or VET accredited courses.
This means that we can use your past experiences, either work or other life experiences, to help you obtain credit towards a qualification offered by Vigil Training College.
For more information, please refer to our RPL page here:
Qualifications in aged care come in both certificate III and certificate IV formats but are split into in-class versus online courses. At Vigil Training College, our courses can be taken both in-class and online. Whether you are looking to get a start in the field of caring for elderly people or gaining skills in aged care, we have a program for you. Try our flexible learning opportunities to suit your needs.
We’re often asked this question in a variety of different ways & the short answer is: CHC 30212 Certificate III in Aged care is the previous course name often confused for CHC33015 Certificate III in individual Support. For legal reasons & to ensure our customers aren’t being misled, we’ll only ever advertise the specific course code which correlates to the specified learning outcome. CHC33015 Certificate III in individual Support has two further options: Ageing, Home and Community and the second option and more extensive being: Ageing, Disability, Home and Community.
It is crucial to know what course you’re signing up for, whether online or classroom-based. The use of misleading course names like “Certificate III in Aged Care Online” could confuse people into signing up to a course, and its why at Vigil Training College, we go the extra mile to be very specific on what course you’re signing up to by outlining the course code & the learning outcomes.
Upon successful completion of all the Eighteen (18) units listed below and fulfilling the requirements of work placement, you will be awarded the qualification CHC43015 Certificate IV in Ageing Support.
Receiving your certificate
You will receive your certificate within 10 business days from the date of submission of your work placement workbook and your final assessment task for this course.