Get the most sought after qualification in the care giving industry
Aged care is a rapidly growing industry, thanks to an overall ageing population. According to the Australian Bureau of Statistics, Australia has a larger proportion of the population being 65 years of age or older and require care. Australia’s ageing population has created a huge number of job availabilities in the aged care industry. These jobs pay well, are plentiful, and offer the reward of improving the quality of life for Australia’s senior population. At Nepean Industry Edge Training, we are here to help you get your foot in the door of this growing job market with our aged care courses. Classes at Frankston and Werribee locations.
Government funding available
Nationally recognised course
Huge number of job availabilities
Affordable and practical course
A great course to kick start your career
NIET currently offers:
- CHC43015 Certificate IV in Ageing Support completed on its own
- Dual CHC43015 Certificate IV in Ageing Support / CHC43415 Certificate IV in Leisure and Health, allowing to have two qualifications in the same time required to complete one.
Falling under our range of community service courses, our dual certificate course of the CHC43015 Certificate IV in Ageing Support and the CHC34315 Certificate IV in Leisure and Health is a great way to start if you want to work in the aged care industry. These two qualifications are highly regarded by employers, and emphasise patient care and empowerment, these courses include on-site training and hands-on experience with qualified industry professionals. From coordination of aged care services to legal and ethical compliance, these qualifications will prepare you for caregiver roles in both community and home environments.
The aged care industry is a booming job market with plentiful employment opportunities and job security. By learning how to provide quality, empowering care to older adults, you will be able to make a good living doing something that has a clear, measurable benefit on other people.