CHC30213 - Certificate III in Education Support

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Become a qualified teacher’s aide and be an integral part of the modern classroom. You will learn how to support children and young people and contribute to their education.

You could work as part of an education team in a variety of settings including public and independent schools and community education.

This course may lead to further studies in education and career development.

Course essentials

Careers

  • education assistant
  • support worker (working with children with disabilities)
  • teacher assistant
  • teacher aide
  • Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander education worker
  • Indigenous language and culture teaching assistant
  • integration aide
  • multicultural aide

 

Course objectives

This qualification reflects the role of workers in a range of education settings, including public and independent schools and community education settings, who provide assistance and support to teachers and students under broad-based supervision.

Units and electives

To qualify for the Certificate III in Education Support participants must successfully complete a total of 17 units of study, comprising of 12 core units and 5 elective units in accordance with the packaging rules specified in CHC Community Services Training Package and the University's approval.

Admission information

  • Year 12: Successful completion of VCE or equivalent.
  • Mature: Relevant industry or vocational experience or assessed as being capable to complete the course by the University.
  • Other: Working with children/police checks are required to participate in this course

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