Is an Aged Cared Career Right for You?
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  • 1. The aged care industry in Australia continues to develop and grow. The industry growth is leading to more greatopportunities for work. As the baby boomers continue to age, there is little doubt that this field will continue to grow in the future. For those looking for a new careeroption, this is a great option and you can get involved in the field by taking a quality aged care course. Here is a helpful guide that can provide great information so you can decide if you should invest in an aged care career of your own.
  • 2. Benefits of Being Certified
  • 3. Before you decide to get your certificate 3 in aged care, you may be wondering if there are any benefits to choosing this route. This field has many great flexible entry arrangements, which is one great benefit youllenjoy. Youll also find its easy to get your career started when you have that certificate. When you get your certification, youll have many career options to choosefrom too. Many people who get this certification find that work comes to them, helping them to avoid a long jobsearch. Youll also enjoy great job security, since the needfor caregivers in this area will only continue to grow in the future.
  • 4. Career Options to Consider
  • 5. After you take an aged care course, youll find that you have several possible career options to choose from. Thecourse will prepare you to offer psychological, physical and social care to those with disabilities and elderly people. Youll have the ability to work in nursing homes, private homes and even communities.
  • 6. If you want to work in a nursing home or aged carefacility, you may want to consider becoming an assistant in nursing, which is a great career option. For those who want to offer passionate and considerate care, a personal care assistant may be a great career. A career as a community support worker is another option, since the course will help you prepare to work with the elderly as well as with their families. To help the elderly patients that want to stay in their home, a career as a home care assistant is a wonderful option.
  • 7. Tips for Picking a Great Course
  • 8. If you decide you want to take a good aged care course, it can be tough to decide which training organisation to go with. The following are some tips to help you make theright choice. Youll first want to make sure you go with a nationally recognised course. Look for a course that is a minimum of 10-12 weeks long. Ensure the course offers work experience and helpful practical training. With a good course behind you, you can use your certificate to help you start a new and fulfilling career.
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