Job Outcomes

Certificate III

  • Care Worker

  • Home Care Assistant

Certificate IV

  • Care Worker

  • Support Worker

  • Assistant in Nursing

Further Study

  • Registered Nurse

  • Endorsed Enrolled Nurse


  • Provide individualised support to clients with diverse needs

  • Empower clients to reach their independence goals

  • Provide information and advice to clients on their oral health

  • Deliver care services using a palliative approach

  • Engaging with family members to offer observations, instructions and updates

Aged Care Workers provide person-centered support to people who many require support due to ageing or other reasons. This involves assisting with their daily activities and personal tasks, such as eating, showering, dressing, tidying and cleaning.

An important aspect of Aged Care Workers is to arrange and facilitate activities designed to enhance the wellbeing of their clients. From games and gardening to reading and gentle exercise, Aged Care Workers help to ensure their clients are cared for, happy and connected.

Don’t miss the chance to

Pathway to professions in community services and health


Work in a rewarding career knowing you are helping others


Upon completion, walk away with a national recognised qualification


_ Maria, Aged Care Trainee_

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