CHC33015 Certificate III in Individual Support

Certificate III in Individual Support

  • Course Name – CHC33015 Certificate III in Individual Support (Ageing) 
  • Course Provider – Key 2 Learning College (RTO 88191, CRICOS 03644F)
  • Course Delivery – Face-to-face/Blended
  • Classroom Face-to-Face – 7 hours per week  
  • Online Studies – 13 hours per week
  • Course Units – 13
  • Course Duration – 28 weeks 
Canberra Campus (49 Phillip Avenue, Watson ACT )
  • Course Start Date – Friday 5th of June 2020
Sydney Campus (5-7 Lithgow Street, Campbelltown NSW
  • Course Start Date – to be determined


There are multiple payment plans and funding options available depending on your situation.

There are multiple payment plans and funding options available depending on your situation.

You may be eligible for ACT Skilled Capital Funding

Skilled Capital is an ACT Government training initiative, funded by the ACT and Australian Government.

‘You must be an ACT resident or work in the ACT’

Student Tuition Fees for Skilled Capital are:

Cert II – $300.00

Cert III – $400.00

Cert IV – $500.00

Dip – $600.00

Skill sets – $200.00

If you have an eligible and valid concession card, you will be required to only pay half of the relevant fee. On successful completion of your qualification Skills Canberra will pay you a completion bonus of $300.00.

You must be an Australian Citizen or Permanent Resident, or hold an eligible visa to be deemed eligible for the funding.

Skilled Capital is an ACT Government training initiative, funded by the ACT and Australian Government.

For more details please contact Key 2 Learning College

The CHC33015 Certificate III Individual Support will be conducted over 28 weeks.  The units included in this are:

Unit Code

Unit Title

Unit type Core (C) or Elective (E)


Work with Diverse People



Support Independence and Wellbeing



Facilitate the Empowerment of Older People



Work legally and ethically



Follow Safe Work Practices for Direct Client Care



Meet Personal Support Needs



Communicate and Work in Health or Community Services



Comply with Infection Prevention and Control Policies and Procedures



Provide Support to People Living With Dementia



Recognise Healthy Body Systems



Provide First Aid



Provide Individualised Support



Facilitate the Interests and Rights of Clients


There are no entry requirements to study this course.

Skilled Capital Funding Eligibility

To be eligible for Skilled Capital, you must, at the time of enrolment, be:

  • an Australian citizen, permanent resident, or New Zealand passport holder resident for more than 6 months, or
  • an eligible visa holder, and
  • living or working in the ACT, and
  • at least 15 years of age, and
  • not enrolled in or attending secondary school or college except where the student:
    • is undertaking a course of study leading to completion of year 12 in an alternative program, or
    • has an Exemption Certificate and the selected Skilled Capital qualification is an approved Australian School-based Apprenticeship pathway.

In addition to the above, to be eligible for a certificate II level Skilled Capital qualification, your training provider must have evidence to demonstrate that a certificate II qualification is a justifiable learning pathway for you.

Previous education and training will not impact your eligibility for Certificate III qualifications and above. However, you cannot be funded for a qualification you have completed within the last 7 years. Also, you can only be subsidised for 1 Skilled Capital qualification at a time.

Love helping people? Make a rewarding career out of it! Embrace one of Australia’s fastest growing sectors, and help yourself to help others, with a nationally recognised CHC33015 Certificate III In Individual Support (Ageing).

This course covers a range of core unit competencies including providing individualised support, recognising healthy body systems, facilitating the empowerment of older people, supporting relationships with carers and families, providing first aid and meeting personal support needs.

Successful completion of the CHC33015 Certificate III in Individual Support can lead to a range of career opportunities that are both challenging and rewarding including:

  • Nursing Support Worker
  • Personal Care Assistant
  • Community Care Worker
  • Accommodation Support Worker

These are just some of the endless career opportunities presented by this course!

Key 2 Learning College (RTO 88191, CRICOS 03644F) has strong connections to hospitals, aged care providers and the community sector.

Key 2 Learning College employs trainers and assessors with significant industry experience.

Key 2 Learning College’s graduate employment rates are over 90% (and completion rates are also in the high 90s).

This makes Key 2 Learning College the provider of choice for health and community services courses

For more information on this course or any other queries, please contact:

  • Office Number: 02 6130 0100
  • Email:

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