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CHC50113 Diploma Of Early Childhood Education and Care 

CHC50113 Diploma of Early Childhood Education and Care

 

This eighteen-month (or until the relevant competencies are achieved) qualification is intended for people either commencing a career as an Educator with a Family Day Care service or seeking to move to that of a Family Day Care Supervisor.

 

This course provides the necessary qualifications required to meet the needs of the Education and Care Services National Regulations, regulation 10 which requires Family Day Care Educators to either hold a relevant nationally recognised qualification or be working towards a CHC50113 Diploma of Early Childhood Education and Care or similar qualification.

 

This qualification covers workers in Children's Services who are responsible for planning, implementing and managing programs in early childhood services, in accordance with licensing, accreditation and duty of care requirements.

 

Participants who attain this qualification may find work as:

  • Family Day Care Staff
  • Family Day Care Supervisors
  • Workers with responsibility for supervision of other staff and volunteers
  • Director or Service Manager for children's service centre-based care

This qualification equips workers to work with children from 0-5 years of age.

 

Typically, graduates will learn to provide for the care and education of children and babies under the guidance of a supervisor. This may include:

  • managing services
  • planning programmes
  • supervising staff
  • communicating effectively with families
  • monitoring the well-being of children
  • working in council and early childhood organisations
  • administering occupational health and safety requirements

To be eligible for this qualification, applicants must:

  • Be over the age of 18
  • Supply evidence of a current Working with Children Check (WWCC) before commencement of any child contact sessions such as student work placement and practical assessments

Child care workers are required by law to report to the Child Protection Helpline (132 111) if they suspect, on reasonable grounds, that a child or young person is at risk of harm. All Children's Services staff, in every type of children's service, must be aware of their obligations as mandatory reporters and must have completed the required training.

 

Please note that Children’s Services have come under a single set of regulations as part of the new National Quality Framework for Early Childhood Education and Care. The Australian Children’s Education and Care Quality Authority (ACECQA) will guide implementation of the Framework. Further information is available on the ACECQA website: //acecqa.gov.au

 

The format for delivery/assessment will be designed around a three day per week training program conducted over the course duration involving a combination of theory sessions in the classroom, practical and tutorial sessions and a single day of home-based study.

 

Thus, each week, the participant will:

  • Attend the Liverpool training centre for a full day (8 hours)
  • Attend their Family Day Care for at least a day focusing on the course content
  • Complete a full day of home-based study (8 hours)

The participant will be allocating approximately 24 hours per week to the course accordingly.

 

Participants who are seeking this qualification without having attained any prior Childcare related qualification, will be required to undertake a training program of a nominal duration of 18 months or until all units are successfully completed.

 

Participants who have already attained a CHC30113 Certificate III in Early Childhood Education and Care qualification from either Integrity College or from another Registered Training Organisation, will undertake the Diploma course over a period of approximately 13 months.

 

The exact duration of the course will depend on the core units and electives undertaken in the CHC30113 Certificate III in Early Childhood Education and Care and upon the currency of the participant's HLTAID004 Provide an emergency first aid response in an education and care setting as well as the student's previous studies and work experience.

 

For a participant’s HLTAID004 Provide an emergency first aid response in an education and care setting to be given as a credit towards their CHC50113 Diploma of Early Childhood Education and Care, the First Aid qualification must be “Current”, i.e. the qualification must be less than one year old at the time of completion of this Diploma course, or, if the HLTAID004 qualification is older than twelve months, but less than three years and is accompanied by a HLTAID001 Provide cardiopulmonary resuscitation qualification that is less than twelve months old. Please see the CEO if additional information is required.

 

Participants without any prior qualifications, will undertake the full Diploma course, consisting of twenty-eight (28) units of competency comprising of:

  • twenty-three (23) core units and
  • five (5) elective units

We have developed a Diploma program that meets the requirements of this qualification and industry, as shown below. Alternative combinations of units of competency are possible within the rules of the training package. Participants wishing to discuss alternative units should contact our Training Office.

 

Core Units

CHCDIV002     Promote Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander cultural safety

CHCECE001     Develop cultural competence

CHCECE002     Ensure the health and safety of children

CHCECE003     Provide care for children

CHCECE004     Promote and provide healthy food and drinks

CHCECE005     Provide care for babies and toddlers

CHCECE007     Develop positive and respectful relationships with children

CHCECE009     Use an approved learning framework

CHCECE016     Establish and maintain a safe and healthy environment for children

CHCECE017     Foster the holistic development and wellbeing of the child in early childhood

CHCECE018     Nurture creativity in children

CHCECE019     Facilitate compliance in an education and care services

CHCECE020     Establish and implement plans for developing cooperative behaviour

CHCECE021     Implement strategies for the inclusion of all children

CHCECE022     Promote children’s agency

CHCECE023     Analyse information to inform learning

CHCECE024     Design and implement the curriculum to foster children's learning and development

CHCECE025     Embed sustainable practices in service operations

CHCECE026     Work in partnership with families to provide appropriate education and care for children

CHCLEG001      Work legally and ethically

CHCPRT001      Identify and respond to children and young people at risk

HLTAID004        Provide an emergency first aid response in an education and care setting

HLTWHS003      Maintain work health and safety

 

Elective Units

BSBMGT605     Provide leadership across the organisation

CHCMGT003    Lead the work team

CHCPRP003     Reflect on and improve own professional practice

CHCPOL002     Develop and implement policy

CHCPOL003      Research and apply evidence to practice

 

Participants who have already attained a CHC30113 Certificate III in Early Childhood Education and Care can apply for a Credit Transfer and only complete the remaining units. Such participants may also need to re-do the  HLTAID004 Provide an emergency first aid response in an education and care setting depending on currency (See above).

 

Participants seeking this qualification via a Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) pathway will have a custom developed training program comprising of units from the above listing for which they have still yet to demonstrate currency.

 

Irrelevant of the pathway undertaken, this qualification is nationally recognised and can only be delivered by a Registered Training Organisation (RTO) that complies with the governing standards of quality control, and quality training and assessment (ASQA).

 

Upon successful completion of the course, you will be awarded a:

 

CHC50113 Diploma of Early Childhood Education and Care

 

Participants who exit the training program without completing all units of competency will be issued a Statement of Attainment (SOA) for the units in which they have demonstrated competency.

 

The parent training package for this qualification has mandated that a minimum number of work placement hours be undertaken by each participant in certain units of competency. This is to ensure that participants have mastered the unit of competency prior to completing this course. Accordingly, participants must be aware that they will need to spend at least the nominated hours undertaking the units listed below:

 

Code and unit title

Specified Hours

CHCECE003 Provide care for children

120

CHCECE005 Provide care for babies and toddlers

CHCECE007 Develop positive and respectful relationships with children

CHCECE019 Facilitate compliance in an education and care services

CHCECE017 Foster the holistic development and wellbeing of the child in early childhood

240

CHCECE024 Design and implement the curriculum to foster children's learning and development

 

These hours must be undertaken to complete the qualification. These hours, however, do not mean that assessors will assess the candidate for 120 hours with a baby or toddler. Rather, the candidate should gain the required amount of experience of providing care over a period of 120 hours in a work place, demonstrating competency throughout this period.

 

Work placement hours for CHCECE017 Foster the holistic development and wellbeing of the child in early childhood and CHCECE024 Design and implement the curriculum to foster children's learning and development will need to be undertaken over a period of at least 240 hours.

 

Participants who are not willing to commit to these specified durations or consider that these durations are unwarranted should seriously consider their commitment to this qualification.

 

These hours will be adhered to and will be monitored using a logbook.

 

Our standard texts and assessments are written in English, and we normally require that participants complete them in English.

 

Participants will need to note the need for “group work” as required for some units of competency. For example, the unit CHCECE005 Provide care for babies and toddlers requires participants to care for three children under two years of age.

 

Participants may need to be reminded that the qualifications CHC30113 Certificate III in Early Childhood Education and Care and CHC50113 Diploma of Early Childhood Education and Care are industry wide qualifications and relate to Long Day Care as well as Family Day Care, and thus graduates from this qualification will need to attain the skills to work in both Family Day Care and Long Day Care.

 

To apply for this Diploma course:

 

Participants who are interested in applying will need to go to our website and select the "Enrol Now" link at the bottom of this page. The prospective student will then need to fill out the online application form and once that has been submitted, the prospect will undergo various segments of our enrolment process such as pre-screening and interview, eligibility checks, etc.

 

Participants can also contact our office by using the details contained in the “Contact Us” box below. We will then contact the prospect to give them information about the course and conduct our pre-screening and interview.

 

Applicants who prefer a paper-based application will be required to attend Integrity College’s office to complete the application form and submit other relevant documentation in person such as 100 points of ID, previous qualifications, etc. Such applicants will also be required to undergo a pre-enrolment interview in order for us to determine if the course fits in with the prospect's vocational goals and if the course is a right fit for them.

 

Prospective students who cannot provide evidence of an Australian HSC will need to take the Language Literacy and Numeracy test (LLN) as part of their pre-enrolment process. This test will help us determine the applicant's level of English and if additional student support is required.

 

We will then assess the complete application and contact the applicant regarding the next steps.

 

Applicants who may struggle or do struggle with English can be supported where possible by our staff to complete the course. This assistance may include additional time to complete assessments, help with word definitions and explanations of assessment tasks.

 

Where this level of English language support is still not sufficient to assist the applicant to complete the course, the applicant will be declined, and the applicant will be referred to a local English Language school or suitable TAFE near their work or home.

 

Upon enrolment, students will also be given a Participant Handbook which outlines their roles and responsibilities, our complaints and appeals procedure, and other policies and procedures that relate to various aspects of the student life cycle.

 

We can tailor the training and assessment program to assist people with learning issues and, to a limited degree, personal issues.

 

Participants with identified learning needs will need to undergo an interview with the CEO to review their learning needs and to discuss Integrity College’s ability to meet these needs. Where Integrity College is unable to meet these needs, the applicant’s application will be declined and we can refer them to other services or colleges that can meet their needs.

 

Fees and Charges:

 

Full Duration Course

 

Course Duration:

18 months

Course Fee

Enrolment Fee

$3,500.00

(incl. all texts, assessment material and enrolment fee)

$500.00

(50% refundable if the student started the first unit of the course and decided to withdraw)

Payment for this course is divided into four installments.

Payment No.

Amount

Due date

1.

$750.00

Before the course commences

2.

$750.00

Fifth month of the course

3.

$750.00

Tenth month of the course

4.

$750.00

Fifteenth month of the course

Please note that students are entitled to a full refund for this payment if students provide a notice of their withdrawal two weeks before the course commences. Otherwise, only 50% of the fee payment can be refunded.

 

Students who withdraw from the course will forfeit any outstanding fees that are paid. Students withdrawing from the course in a particular term will not be liable for the fees due in subsequent terms.

 

Integrity College can also arrange an alternative payment plan to suit the student's circumstances.

 

Other Fees

 

Applicants Who Have Already Completed the CHC30113 Certificate III in Early Childhood Education and Care 

 

The course fee for Participants who have already attained a CHC30113 Certificate III in Early Childhood Education and Care is $1,500.00 which includes all texts, assessment material and enrolment fees.

 

Payments for this course are in advance, i.e. $500 due at course commencement and $1000 due at month nine.

 

Integrity College can also arrange an alternative payment plan to suit the student's circumstances.

 

RPL Course

 

The course fee for participants undertaking a Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) process is $120 per unit for evaluation of the RPL application. Participants seeking to undertake units to complete “gaps” in their Diploma application will be charged $120 per unit. This fee is also due for units in which the RPL applicant has made an RPL submission and has been proven unsuccessful on two occasions.

 

Should a participant not be successful within their first attempt at completing a unit of competency, including RPL applications, they will be given another opportunity to undertake that unit at no extra charge. Should the participant still not have completed the unit satisfactorily, they will need to make a payment of $120 per unit to sit that unit of competency again.

 

Please choose your course carefully as there are no refunds other than what is advised above.

 

Should a participant lose their Certificate or Statement of Attainment, they are able to seek a replacement document for the fee of $20.

 

We are flexible in the format and timing of learning and assessment activities to ensure that we provide every opportunity for participants to demonstrate their skills and abilities.

 

Should you need support or assistance beyond what we can offer, we will refer you to a suitable organisation to assist you further.

 

Contact us and get the ball rolling!

 

Phone: 02 8729 7610

Email: admin@integritycollege.com.au

Website: //www.integritycollege.com.au/

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CHC30113 Certificate III in Early Childhood Education and Care 

This twelve-month (or until the relevant competencies are achieved) qualification is intended for people commencing a career as an Educator with a Day Care service.

 

It provides the necessary qualifications required to meet the needs of the Education and Care Services National Regulations, regulation 10 which requires Day Care Educators to either hold a relevant nationally recognised qualification or be working towards a CHC30113 Certificate III in Early Childhood Education and Care or similar qualification.

 

This qualification is also the required standard for people working in Long Day Care and as such, the educational program addresses the needs of both variations of the Child Care vocations, that of Long Day Care and Family Day Care.

 

Typically, graduates will learn to provide for the care and education of children and babies under the guidance of an onsite supervisor in the case of Long Day Care or a Service Supervisor who would visit in the case of Family Day Care.

 

The qualification provides the skills and knowledge relating to:

  • planning activities and assisting with routines
  • facilitating play
  • enabling children to achieve their developmental outcomes
  • complying with occupational health and safety requirements

To be eligible for this qualification, applicants must:

  • Be over the age of 18
  • Have evidence of a current Working with Children Check (WWCC) before commencement of any child contact sessions such as student work placement or practical assessments.

Please note that Children’s Services have come under a single set of regulations as part of the new National Quality Framework for Early Childhood Education and Care. The Australian Children’s Education and Care Quality Authority (ACECQA) will guide implementation of the Framework. Further information is available on the ACECQA website: //acecqa.gov.au

 

This course consists of eighteen (18) units of competency comprising of fifteen (15) core units and three (3) elective units.  

 

We have developed a program that meets the requirements of this qualification and industry. Alternative combinations of units of competency are possible within the rules of the training package. Potential participants wishing to discuss alternative units should contact our Training Office.

 

The format for delivery/assessment will be designed around a three day per week training program conducted over a twelve (12) month delivery period involving a combination of theory sessions in the classroom, practical and tutorial sessions, and a single day of home-based study.

 

Thus, each week, the participant will:

  • Attend the Liverpool training centre for a full day (8 hours)
  • Attend Tutorial Session for half a day (4 hours)
  • Attend Practical skills training for a full day per month (8 hours)
  • Attend work placement once a week (5 hours)
  • Have a workplace visit per fortnight (minimum 4 hours)

The participant will be allocating approximately 24 hours per week to the course accordingly.

 

Our training program is detailed below:

 

Core Units (must be completed) 

 

CHCDIV002     Promote Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander cultural safety

CHCECE001     Develop cultural competence

CHCECE002     Ensure the health and safety of children

CHCECE003     Provide care for children

CHCECE004     Promote and provide healthy food and drinks

CHCECE005     Provide care for babies and toddlers

CHCECE007     Develop positive and respectful relationships with children

CHCECE009     Use an approved learning framework to guide practice

CHCECE010     Support the holistic development of children in early childhood

CHCECE011     Provide experiences to support children’s play and learning

CHCECE013     Use information about children to inform practice

CHCLEG001     Work legally and ethically

CHCPRT001     Identify and respond to children and young people at risk

HLTAID004      Provide an emergency first aid response in an education and care setting

HLTWHS001    Participate in workplace health and safety

 

Elective Units

 

BSBWOR301    Organise personal work priorities and development 

CHCPRT003     Work collaboratively to maintain an environment safe for children and young people

CHCECE006     Support behaviour of children and young people

 

The qualification is nationally recognised and can only be delivered by a Registered Training Organisation (RTO) that complies with the governing standards of quality control and quality training and assessment (ASQA).

 

Upon successful completion of the course, you will be awarded a:

 

CHC30113 Certificate III in Early Childhood Education and Care

 

Participants who exit the training program without completing all units will be issued a Statement of Attainment for the units  which they have demonstrated competency and completed successfully.

 

The parent training package for this qualification has mandated that a minimum of 120 hours of work placement must be undertaken by each participant in certain units of competency. This is to ensure that participants have mastered the unit of competency prior to completing this course. Accordingly, participants must be aware that they will need to spend at least the nominated hours undertaking the units listed below:

 

Code and unit title

Specified Hours

CHCECE003 Provide care for children

120

CHCECE005 Provide care for babies and toddlers

CHCECE007 Develop positive and respectful relationships with children

CHCECE010 Support the holistic development of children in early childhood

 

These hours must be undertaken to complete the qualification. These hours, however, do not mean that assessors will assess the candidate for 120 hours with a baby or toddler. Rather, the candidate must undergo the necessary hours of work experience of providing care over a period of 120 hours in a work place, demonstrating competency throughout this period.

 

Participants who are not willing to commit to these specified durations or consider that these durations are unwarranted should seriously consider their commitment to this qualification.

 

These hours will be adhered to and will be monitored through the use of a logbook.

 

Participants will need to note the need for “group work” as required for some units of competency. For example, the unit CHCECE005 Provide care for babies and toddlers requires participants to care for three children under two years of age. 

 

Participants may need to be reminded that the qualifications CHC30113 Certificate III in Early Childhood Education and Care and CHC50113 Diploma of Early Childhood Education and Care are industry wide qualifications and relate to Long Day Care as well as Family Day Care, and thus graduates from this qualification will need to attain the skills to work in both Family Day Care as well as Long Day Care.

 

To apply for this course:

 

Participants who would like to apply for this course must click on the "Enrol Now" link at the bottom of the Accredited Courses page. Prospective students will then have to fill out the online application form. Upon submission of the student's application, we will schedule a pre-enrolment interview with the prospective student to determine if the course is a right fit for them. 

 

Students who cannot provide evidence of an Australian HSC would need to undertake a Language, Literacy and Numeracy Test (LLN). The LLN will help us determine the student's level of English and how we can provide the student with additional student support. 

 

Participants can also contact our office using the details contained in the “Contact Us” box below. Upon receipt of the inquiry, we will contact the student for pre-screening and interview.

 

Applicants who prefer to apply using a paper-based approach would need to come in to our office which is located on Suite 3 / 52-58 Memorial Ave, Liverpool, NSW 2170. Here, they can apply using our paper-based form and submit other relevant documentation (such as 100 points of ID and previous qualifications) in person.

 

Application does not guarantee a successful enrolment. Integrity College's staff will assess the student's eligibility and capability, and determine if the course is right for the student. We will then contact the student and let them know what the next steps are.

 

Participants who have struggled to complete the documentation will be interviewed by the CEO to determine their suitability to commence the course.

 

Applicants who may struggle or do struggle with English can be supported where possible by our staff to complete the course. This assistance will be limited to additional time to complete assessments, help with word definitions and explanations of assessment tasks.

 

Where this level of English language support is still not sufficient to assist the applicant to complete the course, the applicant will be declined, and they will be referred to a local English Language school or suitable TAFE near their work or home.

 

Successful applicants who enrol will also be given a Participant Handbook. This handbook outlines the student's rights and responsibilities, our complaints and appeals procedure, and any other policies and procedures that relate to various aspects of the student life cycle.

 

We can tailor the training and assessment program to assist people with learning issues and, to a more limited degree, personal issues.

 

Participants with identified learning needs will need to undergo an interview with the CEO to review the learning needs and to discuss Integrity College's ability to meet these needs. Where Integrity College is unable to meet these needs, the applicant’s application will be declined and we will attempt to refer them to another suitable service or college that suits their needs.

 

Fees and Charges

 

Full Duration Course

 

Course Duration:

12 months

Course Fee

Enrolment Fee

$2,500.00

(incl. all texts, assessment material and enrolment fee)

$500.00

(50% refundable if the student started the first unit of the course and decided to withdraw)

Payment for this course divided into four installments.

Payment No.

Amount

Due date

1.

$560.00

First day of course commencement

2.

$560.00

Third month of the course

3.

$560.00

Sixth month of the course

4.

$560.00

Ninth month of the course

Please note that students are entitled to a full refund for this payment if the student provides a notice of their withdrawal two weeks before the course commences. Otherwise, only 50% of the fee payment can be refunded.

 

Students who withdraw from the course will forfeit any outstanding fees that are paid. Students withdrawing from the course in a particular term will not be liable for the fees due in subsequent terms.

 

Integrity College can also arrange alternative payment plans to suit the student's circumstances.

 

We are flexible in the format and timing of learning and assessment activities to ensure that we provide every opportunity for participants to demonstrate their skills and abilities.

 

Should you need support or assistance beyond our skills, we will refer you to a suitable organisation to assist you further.

 

To Apply

Contact us and get the ball rolling!

Phone: 02 8729 7610

Email: admin@integritycollege.com.au

Website: //www.integritycollege.com.au/

 

Read More

 

Enrol Now

 

 

HLTAID004 Provide an emergency first aid response in an education and care setting

 

This two (2) day training program is designed for people who wish to or are required to develop the skills and knowledge needed to provide first aid in a children’s educational setting.  

 

While the normal contents of a first aid course are taught, including CPR for adults, there is extra emphasis within this course on the needs of children. Thus, this course is recognised by the Australian Children’s Education and Care Quality Authority (ACECQA) as an industry standard first aid qualification for Educators working in the Children’s Services industry.

 

While not categorically stated that this qualification is to be renewed, it should be consistently treated as with other first aid qualifications renewed every 3 years.

 

People looking to undertake a more generic first aid course should consider the HLTAID003 Provide first aid course.

 

Integrity College offers a Nationally Recognised First Aid training program that meets the requirements of WorkCover, ACECQA and the Australian Resuscitation Council.

 

Many organisations adhere to the Australian Resuscitation Council's recommendation that First Aid skills be refreshed at least every three years (see www.resus.org.au).

 

The course is nominally two days long, with day one spent in your home or workplace reviewing the learning material and being supported by your trainer and assessor by email and telephone support.

 

Day two is spent in our premises completing the practical training, and the training and assessment.

 

Skills learnt include:

  • Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR)
  • Use of an Automatic Defibrillator
  • Methods of assessing a casualty

 First Aid treatment for:

  • Burns
  • Allergic reactions
  • Loss of consciousness
  • Bleeding
  • Burns
  • Heart Attacks
  • Bites and stings
  • Fractures
  • Near drowning
  • Seizures
  • Shock
  • Allergic Reactions
  • Asthma Attacks
  • Substance abuse
  • Poisoning
  • And many other conditions.

Both training days will be “hands on” training, with the assessment sessions being scheduled for the afternoon of the second day.

 

This “hands on” training program is delivered in our classrooms or in another premise arranged by Integrity College.

 

All training and assessment is conducted in English, and we will use our Participant Training Agreement as a method of determining if you have the required English standard. 

 

We will attempt to support you with some assistance with English, such as providing verbal assessments in English, howeverm should your needs for support or assistance exceed our skills, we will refer you to a suitable organisation to assist you further. This may be TAFE or another college that can assist you with English. 

 

Participants with concerns about their ability to complete the course will need to discuss this with their employer.

 

Integrity College is available to participate in these discussions if required.

 

This unit of competency is nationally recognised and can only be delivered by a Registered Training Organisation (RTO) that complies with the governing standards of quality control and quality training and assessment (ASQA).

 

Assessment is based on competency i.e. ability to perform tasks to a required standard.

 

Assessment is conducted through a combination of theory and practical demonstrations.

 

The outcome of this training program will be a Statement of Attainment (SOA) in:

HLTAID004 Provide an emergency first aid response in an education and care setting

 

Should there be another way we can assist you with ensuring that you maximise your chances of completing the course through us changing something or accommodating to your needs, please call us on the number below. 

 

Should a participant not be successful with their first attempt at completing the course, they will be allowed another opportunity to sit and complete the course at no extra charge. Should the participant still not have completed the course satisfactorily, they will need to discuss their situation with their employer and Integrity College, and most likely make a fresh application to sit the complete course, with an additional course payment.

 

Integrity College is flexible in the format and timing of learning and assessment activities to ensure that we provide every opportunity for participants to demonstrate their skills and abilities. Should you need support or assistance beyond our skills, we will refer you to a suitable organisation to assist you further. 

 

Integrity College offers support to all Participants with their learning needs. We can tailor the training and assessment program to assist people with learning issues and, to a more limited degree, personal issues. 

 

Due to the requirements of maintaining a safe learning environment, Integrity College reserves the right to withdraw any participant(s) on the grounds of safety.

 

Our Participant Handbook outlines students' rights and responsibilities, our complaints and appeals procedure, and other policies and procedures that address various stages of the student life cycle. 

 

We do not offer Recognition of Prior Learning for this course.

 

Fees and Charges: The fees for this course is $150.00. Fees are to be paid in full prior to the course commencement. Fees can be paid by cash or bank transfer.

 

A full refund of the course fee is available provided we receive a full weeks’ notice of the cancellation. If we receive less than a weeks’ notice, we can only refund 50% of the course fee.

 

In cases of extreme hardship, application in writing can be made to the CEO to vary these terms.

 

All Participants should note that lost Statements of Attainment (SOA) can be replaced. The fee for replacement is $20.

 

Contact us and get the ball rolling!

Phone: 02 8729 7610

Email: admin@integritycollege.com.au

Website: www.integritycollege.com.au

 

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HLTAID001 Provide cardiopulmonary resuscitation

    This program is a refresher course. The course is designed for people who wish to learn or renew their Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) skills. Such students may already hold a current First Aid qualification and may need to update their CPR skills once a year.

     

    Many organisations adhere to the Australian Resuscitation Council recommendation that CPR skills be refreshed at least annually (see www.resus.org.au guideline 10.1 CPR recertification).

     

    Integrity College offers a Nationally Recognised CPR training program that is completed in our training rooms. This training and qualification meets the requirements of SafeWork NSW, the Australian Resuscitation Council and the Unit of Competency HLTAID001 Provide cardiopulmonary resuscitation.

     

    Skills learnt include:

    • Responding to an unconscious casualty
    • Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR)
    • Communicating the details of the incident and incident reporting

    This session focuses on practical training and assessment with the participant kneeling on the floor and performing CPR on a manikin, and as such, participants should dress in comfortable and suitable clothing.

     

    This practical training program is delivered in our classroom at Integrity College, Suite 3, 52-58 Memorial Avenue, LIVERPOOL, NSW 2170.

     

    To ensure quality training and assessment, class sizes will be restricted to ten (10) people only.

     

    All participants who cannot provide evidence of an Australian HSC will need to complete a Language, Literacy and Numeracy Test (LLN) prior to enrolment. The LLN will help us diagnose the student's level of English, determine if the student's level of English is sufficient for them to complete the course comfortably, and to determine student support provisions.

     

    We will assist our participants with their English. This assistance will be limited to additional time to complete assessments, help with word definitions and explanations of assessment tasks.

     

    Where this level of English language support is still not sufficient to assist the applicant to complete the course, the applicant will be declined, and the applicant will be referred to a local English Language school or suitable TAFE near their work or home.

     

    This unit of competency is nationally recognised and can only be delivered by a Registered Training Organisation (RTO) that complies with the governing standards of quality control, and quality training and assessment (ASQA).

     

    Assessment is based on competency i.e. ability to perform tasks to a required standard. Assessment is conducted through a combination of theory and practical demonstrations.

     

    Upon successful completion of the course assessments, you will be awarded a Statement of Attainment in:

     

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    Should there be another way we can assist you with ensuring that you maximise your chances of completing the course though us such as by changing something or accommodating to your needs, please call us on the number below.

     

    Should a participant not be successful with their first attempt at completing the course, they will be allowed another opportunity to sit and complete the course at no extra charge. Should the participant still not have completed the course satisfactorily, they will need to discuss their situation with their trainer, and they will most likely need to make a fresh application to sit the course again with an additional course payment.

     

    Integrity College is flexible in the format and timing of learning and assessment activities to ensure that we provide every opportunity for participants to demonstrate their skills and abilities. Should you need support or assistance beyond our skills, we will refer you to a suitable organisation to assist you further.

     

    Integrity College offers support to all Participants with their learning needs. We can tailor the training and assessment program to assist people with learning issues and, to a more limited degree, personal issues.

     

    Due to the requirements of maintaining a safe learning environment, Integrity College reserves the right to withdraw any participant(s) on the grounds of safety.

     

    The Participant Handbook outlines the students' rights and responsibilities, our complaints and appeals procedure, and other policies and procedures that relate to various aspects of the student life cycle. 

     

    Fees and Charges:

     

    The fees for this course is $80.00. Fees are to be paid in full prior to the course commencement.

    Fees can be paid by cash or bank transfer.

     

    A full refund of the course fee is available provided we receive a full weeks’ notice of the cancellation. If we receive less than a weeks’ notice, we can only refund 50% of the course fee.

     

    In cases of extreme hardship, an application in writing can be made to the CEO to vary these terms.

     

    To apply for this course:      

                              

    To apply for this course, prospective students should click on the "Enrol Now" link at the bottom of this page and fill in the online application form. 

     

    Participants can also contact our office using the details contained in the “Contact Us” box below. Upon receipt of this inquiry, we will contact the student and give them information about the course, and book them in for a session.

     

    Prospective students who prefer to apply using a paper-based approach can visit our office: Integrity College, Suite 3 / 52-58 Memorial Ave, Liverpool, NSW 2170. Here, they can submit a paper-based application form in person along with other documentation such as 100 points of ID, etc.

     

    All Participants should note that lost Statements of Attainment can be replaced. The replacement fee for this is $20.  

     

    Contact us and get the ball rolling!

    Phone: 02 8729 7610

    Email: admin@integritycollege.com.au

    Website: www.integritycollege.com.au

     

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