Vocational Education and Training in Schools

HLT23215 - CERTIFICATE II IN HEALTH SUPPORT SERVICES

This course is inclusive of the nationally recognised

HLTAID003 - PROVIDE FIRST AID 

 

This course is designed for and is only offered to schools under the VCAL/ VCE VET Program

Duration: Our trainers attend the school either:

  • one day a week for six months (one semester) OR
  • one day a fortnight for a year ( two semesters) 
  • Students will receive a  portfolio booklet which must be complete throughout the duration of the program as part of their consolidated learning.

Delivery:

  • Trainers will attend the school to deliver all the training and assessment components. For some assessments our working army ambulance will attend the school site.
  • All our trainers hold a PTT with the VIT.
  • It is important that students attend all the classes. There is a minimum of 80% attendance, this is because we have found that students that do not attend regularly fail to achieve the required competency.
  • Prior to any training being carried out the school must sign a contract. In this contract the school agrees that they will supply the RTO and its trainers with access to the following facilities: chairs & tables, Whiteboard/ digital board or Projector & screen, speakers, Computer access or individual ipad/laptops and internet access.
  • All other resources & equipment are supplied by our RTO
  • The program involves both knowledge and performance delivery sessions and assessment methods as outlined below.
  • It is recommended that students wear comfortable clothing and flat closed shoes while undertaking the course. Skirts and dresses are not recommended.
  • Feel free to contact us for more information

Assessments:

  • Students will be expected to satisfactorily complete all assessments throughout the course to be deemed competent.
  • There will be both knowledge based assessments as well as Practical performance based assessments. To be deemed competent for each units students must satisfactory complete all the required assessments. 
  • Students will be required to work together in groups, complete activities, analyse case studies and maintain a safe work environment at all times. 
  • To complete the First Aid unit students must be able to perform 2 minutes of uninterrupted CPR on the floor.
  • The course contains a total of 12 units, each unit must be completed to achieve the full certificate II qualification

Costs:

Fees are all inclusive & are kept in-line with the victorian schools VETiS government funding at the start of each school year. (the exact amount is stated on the contract that the school is provided with at the start of each school year)  Students must be enrolled prior to the cut-off dates to receive government funding, this is the school’s responsibility. Schools may be charged a prior agreed amount if they wish to run the program with less than 10 students, or if they wish to run the program for students that do not meet the above criteria.

Course Covers:

  • Employability skills; such as communication, teamwork, delivering a service, WHS, organising work activities and business technology.
  • Human health topics; including mental health & healthy lifestyle habits.

Core Units

CHCDIV001 - Work with diverse people

CHCCOM005 – Communicate & work in the health & community services

HLTWHS001 – Participate in workplace health & safety

HLTINF001 – Comply with infection prevention & control policies & procedures

Elective Units

BSBFLM312 - Contribute to team effectiveness

BSBWOR202 – Organise & complete daily work activities

BSBWOR203 - Work effectively with others

CHCCCS010 – Maintain a high standard of service

CHCCCS020 – Respond effectively to behaviours of concern

HLTWHS005 – Manual tasks safely

BSBWOR204 – Use Business technology

HLTAID003 - Provide First Aid


*Some school run the additional unit below free of charge for the students enrolled in the certificate course.  (please note this is not compulsory and is seperate from the certificate)

SITXFSA001 – Use hygienic practices for food safety

  • As part of the food safety unit students will spend  lessons preparing, cooking and serving food. For this unit to be delivered correctly students must have access to and work within the kitchen/home economic room. The RTO will supply all the food items required. (Please note that this unit is an additional option and this may not apply to all schools wishing to run the program) 

This course is delivered on school premises, in school time

Our cost per student is equal to the VETiS funding, this means the whole program can be run by the school on a cost neutral basis. 

THIS ENSURES EQUAL OPPORTUNITY & ACCESS FOR ALL!

 

 Our student management system is easy to use and takes care of enrolments, attendances, results & issuing Statement of Attainments.

We are AVETMISS Compliant and can supply student’s information to the school as required

Our trainers are in constant communication with the school to ensure every student is supported.