Statement of Attainment includes 2 units of competency:
- CHCCCS001 Address the needs of people with chronic disease
- CHCCCS023 Support independence and wellbeing
- Two full-day workshops (9.30am – 3pm) one session each fortnight.
- Students will be existing workers in the industry and must be employed with a suitable workplace that is accessible for the college to conduct the required observation assessment.
- This training must be requested by your workplace. Funding opportunities may entitle you to fee-free training or courses. Eligibility applies.
This skill set has been endorsed by the industry as appropriate for people who hold a community service or health qualification at Certificate IV level, or higher or commensurate industry skills as evaluated through recognition of prior learning processes. It provides a set of skills required to assist clients with self-management of chronic disease. Final assessment and observation will be in the workplace. Students will be existing workers in the industry.
South Coast Careers College offers employees of the Health and Community Services sector access to quality, flexible and cost-effective education and training. The College has identified demand for upskilled and specialised Health and Community Services workers on the South Coast. We have put together this list of professional development skillsets to address the growing needs of local employers and existing workers. These short courses are suitable for employees who work in the community or in a facility, from disability support workers to allied health practitioners, leaders, business support staff, students and volunteers. These courses provide information on changes in the sector and allow students to maintain a relationship with other industry employees in our region.