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Disability Services

Studying a qualification in this area will put you on the path to a satisfying, diverse and meaningful career, as you work with individuals to help them achieve their personal goals and maintain wellbeing. With changes to the way that people with disability receive funding and growth in the number of people living with disability, this area has more job opportunities than ever before.

Our courses will help you develop the skills to work with families, manage staff, coordinate services and deliver support to individuals with more complex needs in a wide range of community services agencies.

What others have to say

At Home Care is proud to partner with North Metropolitan TAFE to provide practical learning opportunities for Certificate III Individual Support (Disability) students.

These practical placements give students the opportunity to transition seamlessly from the theory component at TAFE to a genuine career in care. 

As a specialised disability care provider for adults and children with complex care needs, students often comment on how much they enjoy being challenged and putting their skills into practice with the guidance of our team and experienced mentors. 

Through their placements, we see students from North Metropolitan TAFE are trained to a high standard and we often offer employment to students who complete their placement with At Home Care. 

The practical workplace learning also means our current team can continue to work and earn whilst completing a formal qualification. 

Sarah McCarthy
Manager of Learning & Development 


    Entry into Care Roles Skill Set

    National ID CHCSS00114 | State ID AE116

    This skill set is free for everyone

    You'll gain skills and knowledge required to provide entry level support and basic client care for a range of roles and purposes within the aged care and disability support sectors.


    Study Modes
    • On campus

    Certificate III in Individual Support (Disability)

    National ID CHC33021 | State ID AE05

    Develop a career in the rewarding world of disability work

    You'll gain real industry experience applying your training in a meaningful way though a supervised work placement and on completion of this course you could find work in a variety of settings.

    • Joondalup (McLarty Avenue)
    • Mount Lawley

    Study Modes
    • On campus

    Introduction to Direct Support Skill Set

    State ID AE456

    Ageing and Disability Job Ready Program

    A career in the ageing or disability sector can be very rewarding. This is an exciting opportunity to start a career that makes a difference and supports a person to reach their goals, engage with the community and meet their support needs.


    Study Modes
    • On campus