Health, Education and Community Services


Top 3 skills you will achieve:

  • Knowledge in why learning skills can lead to opportunities for people with a disability
  • Understanding the importance of encouraging independence through skills development
  • Understanding of the importance of both planned and incidental learning

Introducing and maintaining skills for people with a disability

This workshop will provide you with the knowledge and specific skills required to identify, train and record the skills training needs of an individual with a disability.  It will discuss the importance of both planned and incidental learning opportunities and how learning skills can lead to other opportunities in the person’s life.



Course Overview

Course Code:DIS017 
Careers:Support workers, Managers  
How:Short course, Fee for service, Work based 
Where:LEEDERVILLE CAMPUS
RICHMOND STREET
LEEDERVILLE
6007

 
International study available:No 
Online study available: 
Uni pathway available:No 
Day and Time:half day 
Commences:

 
Fee:

 
Further information:Email ebtccs@central.wa.edu.au or phone 9202 0410 to enquire about this course. 

About the course

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This workshop is related to the unit of competence: CHCDIS323A - Contribute to skill development and maintenance.   You can choose one of two pathways.  Firstly you can attend the workshop, take the information and skills learned and put them into practice in your workplace. 

Alternatively, if you choose to be formally assessed, and if successful, you gain a unit of competence from a nationally accredited Training Package.  The assessment takes place in and post workshop, through assessment, third party reports from a supervisor/line manager and/or a portfolio of evidence.   Upon receipt of your assessment evidence a lecturer will be appointed to undertake assessment and will contact you regarding the outcome.  The assessment incurs an additional fee of $90.

Skills you will gain from this course

The skills you will gain from this workshop are:

  • Knowledge in why learning skills can lead to opportunities for people with a disability
  • Understanding the importance of encouraging independence through skills development
  • Understanding of the importance of both planned and incidental learning
  • Knowledge and skills in choosing the appropriate skills for training
  • Skills in developing a skills training plan for an individual
  • Practical skills in training a person in a skill
  • Knowledge in recording and evaluating the training of an individual

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