As per the Skills First program, an eligible individual can undertake a maximum of two Government subsidised courses at any one time in a calendar year. Additional eligibility criteria must be met to access the funding. Enrolling in any of Vative Healthcare’s programs under the Skills First Program may impact further access to Government subsidised training.
Eligibility for Skills First Funding:
- All candidates under 20 years of age;
- Candidates 20 years and above provided you do not hold a qualification higher than the one you apply for;
- Australian citizens, Australian permanent residents or holders of a special category Visa (sub-class 444, NZ citizen), East Timorese asylum seekers or holders of a temporary protection Visa;
Further information, visit http://www.skills.vic.gov.au/victorianskillsgateway/Students/Pages/vtg-eligibility-indicator.aspx
Vative Healthcare does not charge a Material and Administration Fee or a Tuition Fee for each nominal hour delivered under 2018 State Government subsidised training programs as per the policy outline. The student tuition fees can be subject to change given individual circumstances at enrolment.
Certificate III in Health Support Services - HLT33215 & Certificate III in Competitive Systems and Practices – MSS30316
This dual qualification Certificate III in Health Support Services and Certificate III in Competitive Systems and Practices is suited for staff working in food safety, cleaning, and or laundry.
Certificate IV in Health Administration - HLT47315 & Certificate IV in Competitive Systems and Practices – MSS40316
This dual qualification Certificate IV in Health Administration and Certificate IV in Competitive Systems and Practices is suitable for staff working in an administrative based role within the health sector.
Certificate IV in Ageing Support - CHC43015 & Certificate IV in Competitive Systems and Practices – MSS40316
This dual qualification Certificate IV is suitable for staff already working in residential aged care and would like to enhance their knowledge and skills in this space.
Certificate IV in Disability - CHC43115 and Certificate IV Competitive Systems and Practices - MSS40316
This course provides staff with the essential skills and knowledge to deliver holistic care to people with a disability.
Provides staff with the essential skills and knowledge to deliver holistic care to people with a disability and those who are ageing.
This Dual Qualification Diploma of Practice Management and Diploma of Competitive Systems and Practices is suitable for staff who are managing teams and operations of small to medium sized health practices.
Advanced Diploma of Community Sector Management - CHC62015 & Advanced Diploma of Competitive Systems and Practices – MSS60316
This course is suitable for managers or team leaders responsible for managing services, departments and projects within various healthcare and community organisations.
This Certificate III provides staff with the essential skills and knowledge to provide person-centred support to people who may require additional care due to ageing, disability or various other reasons.
This course is suitable for staff already working in residential aged care and would like to enhance their knowledge and skills in this space. You will be taught how to support the wellbeing and independence of the elderly, and recognise each client’s needs.
This Advanced Diploma is suitable for managers or team leaders who are responsible for implementing and maintaining quality and efficiency in your workplace.