Duration

1 year

Weekly or Fortnightly delivery

40 sessions with a mix of theory & practical sessions, plus independent consolidation learning tasks

(308 nominal hours)

                                               Units of Study

CHCDIV001 – Work with diverse people

CHCCCS020 – Respond effectively to behaviours of concern

HLTWHS001 – Participate in workplace health and safety

HLTWHS005 – Conduct manual tasks safely

CHCCCS002 – Assist with movement

HLTINF001 – Comply with infection prevention & control policies & procedures

BSBWOR204 – Use business technology

CHCCOM005 – Communicate and work in the health or community services

BSBWOR203 – Work effectively with others

BSBFLM312 – Contribute to team effectiveness

BSBWOR202 – Organise & complete daily work activities

CHCCCS010 – Maintain a high standard of service

 

PLUS: HLTAID003 – Provide first aid


Requirements

Students must;

Be in year 10 – 12 and still attending secondary school

Have a basic level of English reading, writing & maths skills to a year 10 standard

Read our Student handbook before enrolling in our course

Attend & participate in scheduled training and assessment

Follow safe work procedures

Have the mobility to get down onto the floor to complete 2 mins of uninterrupted CPR on our training Mannequins

Practice manual handling techniques

Practice first aid techniques using first aid equipment

Practice Infection control techniques

 

The Trainer requires access to a classroom and access to the following facilities, in safe working order

–         Chairs & tables

–         Whiteboard/ digital board

–         Projector & screen, speakers

– Computers or individual tablet/laptops, internet

Cost

The program attracts VET funding, at the current rate (2020) of $1079 per student. We only charge the band funding per student, meaning that the program can be run by schools on a cost neutral basis

Students must be enrolled, by the school, into VASS prior to relevant VCAA cut off dates to receive funding 

We do NOT charge any additional costs

We invoice for a minimum class size of 12 

Students must be made aware that enrolment in this course will affect their available school VET funding, students scholl speak to their schools VET coordinator for more information.

Training

During the first semester student gain real life skills in teamwork, communication, dealing with other people’s behaviours, organising & completing their work, providing customer service and the professional use of business technologies. Student will participate in a range of classroom-based activities as well as planning, organising and completing a community project of their choice


During the second semester students participate in both theory & practical scenarios providing them with the skills, knowledge and confidence to adapt and utilise what they have learnt to their chosen workplace. This includes things such as safe manual handling, infection control, first aid and workplace health and safety


Face to face delivery in a teaching/ classroom environment

        This is the predominant mode of delivery. Delivered face to face, the training & assessments is carried out on the school’s premises within a classroom setting. This is mostly used for training and theory-based assessments such as questions, fill in the blanks, tables and charts.

Face to Face training in a simulated environment

         This mode of delivery is where the training & assessments is carried out face to face on the school’s premises but involves simulated environments &/or tasks. This may includes role plays, case studies, simulated demonstrations and activities where the room is to be set up accordingly with industry equipment and processes.

Independent self-paced learning

        This mode of delivery requires students to complete structured ‘consolidation learning tasks’. This complements the face to face training, encourages self directed learning, research, sharing of information & reflective practice.

Industry learning

As part of the community project, student will be required to immerse themselves into the community through phone, email and direct contact. This will involve real business documents & forms, direct industry relations and collaboration with local community-based organisations.


Assessment



Some units are clustered to ensure a smooth transition throughout the course and to minimise repetition of course context.

Cluster 1:

HLTWHS001       Participate in workplace health & safety

HLTWHS005       Conduct manual tasks safely

CHCCCS002  Assist with movement


Cluster 2:

CHCCOM005 -Communicate & work in the health & community services

CHCCCS010 -Maintain a high standard of service

BSBWOR204 – Use business technology

BSBFLM312 Contribute to team effectiveness

BSBWOR202 Organise & complete daily work activities 

BSBWOR203 – work effectively with others

– For cluster 2 you will be expected to plan, organise and complete a community project, within a team, as well as keeping a logbook and completing blog entries


– All the units in this course contain a mixture of both theory and practical based assessment tasks

This includes:

Short answer question

Multi-choice quizzes

Tables & charts

HHA certificate online

Workplace documents

Workplace style meetings

Oral presentations

Group case studies

Practical application of tasks &/or procedures

Roleplays

Compliance & Reporting

The course is delivered on school premises, in school time & with no out of pocket expense to the student to ensure  equal opportunity access for all

 Our student management system is easy to use and takes care of everything from enrolments, attendances, results & issuing ‘Statement of Attainments’

We are nationally accredited with ASQA and maintain a high standards for quality assurance and registration

Our software system is AVETMISS Compliant

We hold a VETR industry membership and receive regular updates from other interested parties  

All our trainers hold PTT registration with the victorian institute of teaching

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