ONCALL is excited to announce that for a limited time *funded training places will be available to eligible residential support workers to undertake the mandatory Top Up Units.
Eligible applicants, who hold a valid Australian working visa, have the opportunity to complete the Top Up Units for an enrolment fee of just $250. This fee is refundable to all applicants who successfully complete the Top Up Units and 180 hours of paid placement with ONCALL (see Eligibility and Course Requirements).
Applicants will first complete ONCALL’s recruitment process and if successful will have access to *paid placement hours, casual employment and ongoing career opportunities.
The following are required by applicants to be eligible for this program:
Eligible applicants must commit to the following:
ONCALL is partnering with their sister company, ONCALL Training College, a registered RTO (#45098) to deliver this mandatory training.
The Top Up Units are delivered over a three-month period using blended methodology comprising of face-to-face class room training, theoretical and practical coursework, online tasks, self-study and 180 hours of practical placement and a final assessment.
Class room based training and assessments will be held at ONCALL Training College’s new training facilities at Suite 1/670 Canterbury Road, Surrey Hills, Victoria, 3127.
CHCMHS007 - Work effectively in trauma informed care
This unit describes the skills and knowledge required to practice and contribute to the continuous improvement of trauma informed care within a service.
CHCPRT010 - Work with children and young people with complex trauma and attachment issues and needs
This unit describes the skills and knowledge required to recognise indicators of trauma in children and young people of different ages and different stages, and to identify their needs.
CHCPRT009 - Provide primary residential care
This unit describes the skills and knowledge required to provide for the care and support of clients in residential care and assist their transition from primary/residential care.
CHCCCS009 - Facilitate responsible behaviour
This unit describes the skills and knowledge required to monitor individuals, responds to behaviours of concern, deal with conflict and support responsibility for behaviour management and change.
Professionals Protecting Children (PPC) Foundation Days
During these two mandatory days, you will develop a clear understanding of the Child, Youth and Family sector, OoHC legislation and practices and youth specific needs during two foundation days: including governance, compliance, court orders, family engagement, youth issues (AOD, Mental Health, Exploitation and other issues), risks associated for young people in care and other critical information required to work as a Professional Residential Care Worker.