Diploma of Disability
- Course Code
- Course Type
- Accredited Course
- Course Level
- Skills Deepening
- Course Location
- Warragul; Leongatha; Online; Bairnsdale
- Course Duration
Full Time: Warragul and Leongatha - 1 year Full time 1-2 years
- Course Cost
- For an individual quotation of fees payable, please visit your nearest campus of Federation Training. Click Here for further information regarding Fees and Charges..
- Study Modes
- On Campus; Online; Part Time (Day); Part Time (Night); Off Campus; Workshops
- Starting Date
Do you want to develop your current disability work skills and enhance your career prospects?
This course will prepare you for more senior roles in disability work, including roles involving the supervision of other staff and volunteers.
Qualifications And RecognitionUpon successful completion of this course students will be eligible to receive the Diploma of Disability.
Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL)Many Federation Training courses offer Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL). Click to learn more about RPL and how it can benefit you.
- Case Manager
- Client Service Assessor
- Program/Service Coordinator
- Disability Supervisor
To gain entry into the Diploma of Disability a candidate must:1. Be recognised as competent, through a recognised training program or recognition process, against the following units of competency common to Certificate IV in Disability:
- CHCCS400C - Work within a legal and ethical framework
- CHCCS411C - Work effectively in the community sector
- CHCDIS301C - Work effectively with people with a disability
- CHCDIS410A - Facilitate community participation and inclusion
- CHCICS402B - Facilitate individualised plans
OR2. Have sufficient relevant work experience in the disability sector to indicate likely success at this level of qualification in a job role involving:
- The application of knowledge with depth in some areas and demonstration of a broad range of technical and other skills
- A wide range of tasks and roles in a variety of contexts, with complexity in the range and choice of actions required
- The exercise of discretionary judgment and decision making under general guidance
How To ApplyDirect to Institute
Workshops, workbooks, practical demonstrations, oral presentation, interviews, case studies, projects, written tasks.
RPL (Recognition of Prior Learning) is also available for this course.
Opportunities For Further Study
Can prospective students enrol in individual units?Yes.
|Core Units||Unit Name|
|CHCAD504B||Provide advocacy and representation services|
|CHCCM404A||Undertake case management for clients with complex needs|
|CHCCM501A||Coordinate complex case requirements (Note - pre-requisite CHCCM404A)|
|CHCCM503C||Develop, facilitate and monitor all aspects of case management|
|CHCCS503B||Develop, implement and review services and programs to meet client needs|
|CHCCW503A||Work intensively with clients|
|CHCDIS511A||Coordinate services for people with disabilities|
|CHCINF505D||Meet statutory and organisational information requirements|
|CHCNET503D||Develop new networks|
|CHCORG506E||Coordinate the work environment|
|CHCPOL501A||Access evidence and apply in practice|
|HLTWHS401A||Maintain WHS processes|
|Five elective units will be allocated|