To be eligible for RPL aged care: At least 3 years relevant industry experience in a wide range of Ageing Support work where the majority of the experience was obtained within 10 years of the date on which the application is made.
To be eligible for RPL aged care: 100 Pts ID JP Certified, Resume, Referee Testimonial, First Aid Certificate, Consent Form, Work Samples, Photos
To be eligible for RPL aged care, workers must have completed 120 of work as detailed in the Assessment Requirements of the units of competency.
No licensing, legislative, regulatory or certification requirements apply to this qualification at the time of publication.
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Candidates who'd like to explore new opportunities or to advance their career can consider a Certificate IV in Aged Care which is a nationally recognised qualification in Australia that provides individuals with the skills and knowledge necessary to work in the aged care industry.
The specific subjects or units may vary depending on the training provider you choose, but common topics covered include providing personal care to older people, supporting their independence and well-being, understanding dementia, and implementing care plans.
In our experience, completing your Certificate IV in Aged Care opens up various career paths in the aged care sector. You may work as an aged care worker, personal care assistant, support worker, or disability support worker, among other roles.
The duration of a Cert IV Aged Care can vary depending on the mode of study and the training provider. Typically, it takes anywhere from 3 months (via RPL) to 1 year of full-time study (via traditional classroom study), or longer if studying part-time.
Yes! Many training providers including RPL offer the Certificate IV in Ageing Support through online learning which allows you to study at your own pace, convenience and most importantly, you don't need time off work.
That depends on the country. The Certificate IV in Ageing Support is a nationally recognised qualification within Australia. However, its recognition outside of Australia may vary depending on individual country requirements. We recommend you check with the relevant authorities in the country where recognition is sought.
Yes, in our experience, after completing your CHC43015 certificate IV in aged care, you can pursue higher qualifications in the aged care sector such as the Diploma of Ageing Support or Bachelor's degrees in related fields.
You can search for accredited training providers offering CHC43015 Cert IV aged care by visiting the official website of the Australian Skills Quality Authority (ASQA) or contacting your local vocational education and training authority.