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By Darragh O'Keeffe on January 29, in GovernmentIndustry 1 The national training program to upskill aged care workers to provide inclusive care to lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex LGBTI seniors is providing benefits to staff, but the rollout has been patchy across the states, an interim evaluation shows.
Participants who undertook the one-day workshops reported feeling more confident in providing inclusive care and showed greater awareness of the care needs of LGBTI clients.
The three-year government funded national training project is currently funded to run until June It found that after completing the one-day training, 95 per cent of participants said they felt they knew how to make their workplaces LGBTI inclusive — up from 44 per cent before.
The number of participants who felt that LGBTI clients had different care needs increased from 47 per cent before the workshop to 75 per cent after, the evaluation found.
Uneven uptake nationally However, the report noted that of the workshops that had been held at the time of the evaluation, Victoria and NSW accounted for 71 per cent of participants.
Similarly, of the 1, individuals enrolled in the e-learning module in the 12 months, 76 per cent were in NSW and Victoria. Of those, completed the e-learning module, representing a 57 per cent completion rate. The agency had also speculated that employers may not reimburse staff to complete the training out of work hours, according to the report.
The partners have also been working with a private training organisation to develop and release a free e-module.As an aged care worker you will be required to contribute to the development and on- going evaluation of the care plan by documenting care and verbally sharing information with your supervisor or other members of the care team.
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Certificate IV in Aged Care is designed to equip workers to provide physical and social support to elderly individuals and people with a psychological disability in . Aged Care Do you want to be a: Residential care worker Accommodation support worker Personal care worker In-home respite worker This an entry-level qualification for anyone wishing to commence a career in the Aged CHCICSA Support individual health and emotional well-being.
CHC Certificate III in Aged Care 10 compulsory units CHCACA Support older people to maintain their independence C CHCACB Work effectively with older people C CHCACA Provide support to people living with dementia C CHCICSA .
The CHC Certificate III in Aged Care has been superceeded by the Certificate III in Individual Support (Ageing, Disability, Home & Community) which is now delivered by MyPath Education. Read more here.
As an aged care worker you will be required to contribute to the development and on- going evaluation of the care plan by documenting care and verbally sharing information with your supervisor or other members of the care team. Certificate IV Aged Care CHC This qualification is designed for those who work primarily in residential facilities within defined organisation guidelines and service plans. These workers: CHCICSA - Support individual health and emotional well being. The Certificate IV in Aged Care will teach you to assist, support and care for the elderly within a wide range of contexts, situations and illnesses. As you gain • CHCICSA Support individual health and emotional well being • CHCPAB Deliver care services using a palliative.
• CHCICSA Support individual health and emotional well being.