JobTrainer Funded Courses

Key 2 Learning JobTrainer Funded Courses

Certificate IV in Ageing Support (CHC43015)

 

Funding

Under the ‘JobTrainer’ initiative, the government has fully subsidized the costs for the Certificate IV in Ageing Support to incentivize training and help stimulate the economy during our current COVID-19 situation.

 

Eligible Students MUST be:

and

  • a person 17-24 years of age, regardless of employment status, who is not enrolled in or attending a school, college, or another program leading to completion of year 12.

or 

  • a job seeker who is out of work and/or in receipt of income suport payments (regardless of age)

or

  • University Students who are 17-24 years of age
 

Start Date and Study Schedule

The CHC43015 Certificate IV in Ageing Support has a duration of roughly 8 months with our next intake starting on 22nd of January 2021 and ending on 22nd of October 2021.

Classes run one day per week, every Friday from 9:30am to 4:30pm.

120 hours of Work Placement is involved in this course, which we organize for the students.

 

Employment Pathway

This course is more aimed towards students who don’t wish to complete university education, and instead would prefer to join the workforce more quickly.

There is a very large demand for workers in this sector and employment is quite easily obtained, especially after Work Placement.

Students may decide to sidestep into our other courses such as our Diploma of Community Services and use this as a backdoor into university later if they want to change sectors.

 

Computer Access

We employ an online Learning Management System called Canvas, which many schools and Universities also use for training.

This means that it is important for students to have their own laptop or computer.

 

JobTrainer is a jointly funded initiative of the Commonwealth, State and Territory Governments. 

Diploma of Community Services (CHC52015)

 

Funding

Under the ‘JobTrainer’ initiative, the government has fully subsidized the costs for the Diploma of Community Services to incentivize training and help stimulate the economy during our current COVID-19 situation.

 

Eligible Students MUST be:

and

  • a person 17-24 years of age, regardless of employment status, who is not enrolled in or attending a school, college, or another program leading to completion of year 12.

or 

  • a job seeker who is out of work and/or in receipt of income suport payments (regardless of age)

or

  • University Students who are 17-24 years of age
 

Start Date and Study Schedule

The CHC52015 Diploma of Community Services has a duration of just under one year with our next intake starting on 19th of January 2021 and ending on 14th of December 2021.

Classes run one day per week, every Tuesday from 9:30am to 4:30pm.

100 hours of Work placement is involved in this course, which we organize for the students.

 

University Pathways

This course is a great opportunity for students who want a gap year before commencing university education in areas like psychology, sociology, counselling or social services.

We have a partnership with Charles Sturt University for an articulation pathway into degrees in Social Works and Human Services with credit of 1 year into a 4 year Bachelor of Social Works.

We also have an agreement for 1.25 years credit into a 3 years Bachelor of Human Services.

Social workers graduating from CSU have over 95% employment success because there is a huge demand in the NDIS system.

However, the Diploma may also be of interest to students who aren’t sure whether they want to go to university.

 

Computer Access

We employ an online Learning Management System called Canvas, which many schools and Universities also use for training.

This means that it is important for students to have their own laptop or computer.

 

JobTrainer is a jointly funded initiative of the Commonwealth, State and Territory Governments.