Care Skills Training
Industry lead training
Safety Corp works directly with many of Australias largest Aged Care, NDISand Home Care providers to deliver highly customised training that meets the specific needs of those clients. Training focuses on;
Customer changes under the NDIS
Person Centred care
Career Growth Opportunities
Safety Corp offers training in skill sets and full qualifications under the CHC33015 Certificate III in Individual Support and CHC43115 Certificate IV in Disability. Training is offered via Traineeship, fully and partially subsidised training depending upon student and client circumstances. Most training is government subsidised under NSW Government Smart and Skilled programs.
The key difference of Safety Corp in this sector is that we genuinely understand the disability sector with a team that has decades of direct work experience in the sector. Safety Corp also runs proprietary research that provides insight into skills and attitudes of support workers pre and post training to determine specific training requirements as well as measuring the effectiveness of training.
The opportunities for career growth in the industry are fantastic but at the same time do you have the skills to support your customers?
How are your skills in working with people from a diverse background?
How long and what experience do you have in the sector?
Did you know that your existing skills can be recognised and can lead to formal qualifications?
“Although I have a family member with a disability and so I had some knowledge of the industry, attending the course as a new support worker gave me a better understanding of the laws and regulations. It also gave me a lot of understanding about the terminology used for many things including medications. It gave me a lot of confidence and assurance about my experience.”
Support Worker Kat at Northcott
“Because I have no experience in the industry, it (the skill set program) gave me a lot of good ideas and practices that I can use in my job. I am now more confident when issues come up.”
Support Worker Robert at Northcott