CHCSS00070 Assist Client with Medication Skill Set
This skill set will give you the essential, entry-level skills you need to safely support a client to self-administer medication in a range of health care settings.
In this introductory course you will learn basic information about the human body, how to recognise and promote ways to maintain healthy bodily functions and use and interpret information that includes references to client anatomy and physiology. You will also discover how to prepare for and provide medication assistance, complete medication documentation, and support clients to self-administer medication.
Successful completion of this skill set will prepare you for work involving the provision of medication assistance in a range of community services and health care contexts.
Pathways from the course
These units provide credit towards a range of qualifications in the CHC Community Services Training Package or HLT Health Training Package at Certificate IV and Diploma level.
Why a skill set?
A skill set is one or more competencies grouped together to give you the skills and knowledge to perform practical tasks.
- 24th September
- 29th October
- 26th November
Students will be able to access their online learning materials once they finalise their enrolment process and all outstanding fees are paid. Students are expected to attend Intensive sessions and be assessed in the workplace to successfully complete this skill set.
Delivery Mode: This skill set can be customised and delivered to health care and disability organisations on request.
9 George Street, Caloundra
Online learning and assessment with a two (2) day Intensive on Campus and workplace training and assessment
Subsidies are available for eligible students.
Subsidised Under Higher Level Skills Funding
- JobTrainer (if eligible) $nil (no charge)
- Higher Level Skills funding (concession) $30 per unit ($60 total) Employer can pay this fee on behalf of eligible student according to HLS fact sheets.
- Higher Level Skills funding (non-concession) $60 per unit ($120 total) Employer can pay this fee on behalf of eligible student according to HLS fact sheets.
- No funding applicable (not eligible) $220 per unit ($440 total)
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