CHCSS00105 Palliative Approach Skill Set - Provide Support

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About this qualification

Course code: CHCSS00105

CHCSS00105 Palliative Approach Skill Set - Provide Support (Palliative Care) will provide students with the knowledge and practical skills required to support clients and the families of clients who require palliative care.

In addition to providing care during the final stages of life, palliative care helps the client to live well and comfortably, so that they can maintain good quality of life. It can be of benefit at the initial diagnosis, and at various times through the stages of an illness.

The workshop gives students the opportunity to engage with a subject matter expert (their trainer) and interact with other students.

These units provide credit towards a range of qualifications in the CHC Community Services Training Package at Certificate III and Certificate IV level.

Certification

ALTI ensures all AQF qualifications, Statements of Attainment and transcripts of results are issued in accordance with the Standards for Registered Training Organisations 2015.

Entry/eligibility requirements

There are no pre-entry study or qualification requirements, but to be eligible, you must:

  • reside in Western Australia;
  • possess suitable English language, literacy and numeracy skills (e.g. you will need to be able to read, understand and communicate care requirements on a care plan); and
  • provide a copy of your passport or photo identification.

Prior to undertaking practical placement, you will be required to provide:

  • current National Police Clearance

Duration, learning method and assessment

  • Duration: 2 day (16 hours) face to face plus post course assessments/assignments.
  • Learning method: face-to-face workshop plus post-workshop/self-directed learning.
  • Assessment: on-the-job practical assessments.

Units of competency

  • CHCCCS017 Provide loss and grief support
  • CHCPAL001 Deliver care services using a palliative approach

Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL)

You might already possess some of the skills or knowledge being assessed on this course. If so, you may not be required to complete one or more of the units of competency. You first need to apply to have your knowledge and skills assessed for Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL). This must be done when you enrol on the course.

To find out more about ALTI’s RPL process, please contact our Student Support Officer on 1300 492 703.

Cost

You may be eligible for help with fees under various Government programs or a reduction of fees through credit transfer/RPL. For more information, please contact our Enrolment Coordinator on 1300 492 703.