Multicap is proud to offer training for a Certificate III in Individual Support as part of the Queensland Government's Skilling Queenslanders for Work initiaitive. 

This is a fantastic opportunity for eligible job seekers to get a head-start in the booming community support sectors. 

Participants in the course will gain skills, qualifications and experience to kick-start a career in the fast-growing, highly rewarding disability support and aged care sectors. 

Our work-based training program through the Skilling Queenslanders for Work initiative has been incredibly successful over the past few years, with dozens of graduates securing employment with Multicap and other support providers soon after completing the qualification. 

Course Benefits

 

Obtain a nationally recognised Certificate III in Individual Support

Complete 120 hours of work experience at disability and aged care providers

Supportive friendly class environment

CPR and First Aid Certificate

Uniform

Job Skills Day

 

What to expect

Multicap's Skilling Queenslanders for Work Coordinators will assess and determine eligibility and enrol participants in the course. Together with training providers, our Coordinators will provide support and assistance throughout the course and facilitate the following: 

  • Arrange 60 hours of organised practical placement with Multicap
  • Arrange 60 hours of organised practical placement at a local aged-care provider
  • Facilitate training days for theory-based learning
  • Assist participants with first aid certificate, police check clearance, working with children check (blue card) and disability worker screening clearance requirements (yellow card). 

Cost

This training is proudly funded by the Queensland Government through its Skilling Queenslanders for Work Initiative. 

Eligibility requirements

  • Live in Queensland
  • Aged 18 years or over
  • Currently face circumstantial disadvantage such as: 
    • Ineligible for employment services or assistance, 
    • Require complementary services because of barriers to learning or employment, or 
    • Accessing unemployment services and remain unemployed for more than six (6 months). 
  • Proof of flu vaccination and two doses of COVID-19 vaccination.

Current course locations and dates

Rockhampton

2 February 2022

Pine Rivers

9 February 2022

Logan

16 February 2022

Acacia Ridge

7 March 2022

Toowoomba

21 March 2022

 

 

Register your interest

Let us know if you are interested in completing the course by registering your details in the below form. Don't worry if you missed the course start date, we encourage you to still register your interest, as you may be eligible for a late start. 

Read about how our students have succeeded with the Skilling Queenslanders for Work Program

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