CHC30213 Certificate III in Education Support

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Teachers’ aides work in a range of classroom contexts, including public and independent schools and community education settings. Teachers’ aides provide assistance and support under broad-based supervision to teachers and students. Structured Workplace Learning is also undertaken during this course to provide the on-the-job experience that will give you the skills that will help you to secure employment.

You will learn how to support students with literacy and numeracy, put into practice support behaviour strategies, and apply the principles of inclusion and diversity.

Teachers AideSuccessful completion of this course will qualify you as a teachers’ aide or education support worker in primary and secondary schools, and community education environments.

Learners must have a current National Police Check prior to commencing Work Placement in a facility.

The course is offered in the following formats:
• In class – two days per week for 18 weeks plus 120 hours work placement


• On the job – Traineeship

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Delivery locations

  • Mansfield–  Two days a week, days to be finalised, 9.30am til 3.00pm.
  • Wangaratta Campus, 17 Chisholm Street
    – Classes in Wangaratta will be held on a Monday and Tuesday, 9.30am till 3.00pm
    – 29 January – 26 June 2018
  • Benalla Campus, Samaria Road behind the Airport
    – Classes in Benalla will be held on a Wednesday and Thursday, 9.30am till 3.00pm
    – 31 January – 27 June 2018
  • Broadford / Wallan,
    –  Classes in Wallan will be held on a Monday and Tuesday 9.30am til 3.00pm
    – 29 January – 26 June 2018
  • Baranduda Community Centre, 3 Sage Court, Wodonga
    –  Classes in Baranduda will be held on a Thursdays and Fridays 9.00am til 2.30pm
    – 1 February – 28 June 2018

See our fees and charges for pricing.

This training is delivered with Victorian Skills First and Commonwealth Government Funding. Individuals with disabilities are encouraged to access government subsided training.

Contact The Centre for more information on 03 5721 0200 or email us