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Mount Barker - CHC30121 Certificate III in Early Childhood Education and Care

Live in the Hills? Study Local!

Residents of the Adelaide Hills and Surrounds can now complete the CHC30121 Certificate III in Early Childhood Education and Care qualification locally in Mount Barker.

The Fee Free TAFE allocation for this course has been exhausted for Semester 1 2024. We invite you to compare HITsa as an alternative training provider of this nationally recognised qualification.

HITsa take enrolments every month, with flexible delivery combining online learning with 1 day a week face-to-face training. HITsa will secure work placements for all students.

Pictured below are students and trainer at a recent practical skills day - HLTINF006 Apply basic principles and practices of Infection Prevention and Control


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HITsa is joining up with Workforce Australia and SYC in March to deliver it's next Local Jobs Program - Can Care.

This training provides skills to work in a diverse care industry and could lead to employment opportunities in Aged Care, Community Services, Individual Support and more.

The timetable is set with 3 weeks of training, 4 days a week, with the first intake commencing 12th March at HITsa Salisbury.

Students will gain training in a mix of 7 accredited and non-accredited units including HLTAID011 Provide First Aid, CHCCCS015 Provide Individualised Support and Manual Handling.

Workforce Australia Local Jobs is funded by the Australian Government Department of Employment and Workplace Relations.

Skills in Cookery

Our 1st year Apprentices and Basic Food Skill Set students have been busy in the kitchen this month.

It has been truly exciting to witness their progress, completing units such as Food Safety Hygiene, Safe Work Practices, Food Preparation Equipment and Basic Cookery Methods. These units are essential for a students culinary growth, plus the joy of savoring their own delicious creations must be a rewarding accomplishment!

For those interested in joining the upcoming Basic Skills for the Food Industry skill set in March, simply click the button below for more information or to register:

This opportunity presents a wonderful chance for continuous learning and advancement in the culinary realm.

Who knows, maybe this experience might ignite a desire in you to become an apprentice?

BSB30120 Certificate III in Business

will provide you with a broad range of Administrative Skills

This course is suitable for those looking to gain employment in an office-based role, or those who are currently working in an admin role and would like to engage in a formal qualification.

The combination of independent and classroom-based learning will allow you to meet and network with like-minded students, as well as progress through activities at your own pace outside of the classroom.

This qualification is only offered through a traineeship arrangement, meaning you must be employed under a contract of training. This allows you to earn whilst you learn and is a suitable pathway for those wishing to enter the industry with little to no prior experience.

3 students pictured at desks

CHC33021 Certificate III in Individual Support

HITsa is excited to announce the much awaited roll out of the new qualification CHC33021 Certificate III in Individual Support!

For existing students of the superseded qualification [CHC33015], HITsa's health team have been busy scheduling remaining classes between Salisbury, Clarence Gardens and Mount Barker to ensure completion. Once a student's classroom requirements are met, work placements will be organised by HITsa for those not working in the industry.

Enrol Now New CHC33021 Certificate III in Individual Support has arrived!

Work Placement with SA Care

This offers students in the northern suburbs with the opportunity to undertake a work placement in SA CARE’s newest site at Brown Terrace Salisbury.

Students will engage with residents who live independently, require social support, and or gain experience with some high care need residents.

Through direct interaction with individuals facing various disabilities, students will develop a deeper appreciation for the challenges and triumphs of those living with disabilities. This firsthand experience will foster empathy, compassion, and a greater sense of inclusivity.

Here at HITsa we appreciate and value SA CARE’s continuous support with hosting students for work placements.

Pictured below: Supported Independent Living Facilities at Brown Terrace, Salisbury.

04.03.2024Clarence GardensBasic Gaming (CBS^ Approved)
07.03.2024SalisburyProvide Responsible Service of Alcohol
08.03.2024SalisburyFood Safety Supervision Skill Set
08.03.2024Clarence GardensFood Safety Supervision Skill Set
12.03.2024Clarence GardensPrepare and serve espresso coffee
12.03.2024SalisburyBasic Gaming (CBS^ Approved)
15.03.2024Clarence GardensProvide Responsible Service of Alcohol
18.03.2024SalisburyBasic Gaming (CBS^ Approved)
18.03.2024SalisburyProvide Responsible Service of Alcohol
20.03.2024Mount BarkerPrepare and Serve Espresso Coffee
21.03.2024Mount BarkerProvide Responsible Service of Alcohol
22.03.2024SalisburyProvide First Aid
25.03.2024Clarence GardensAdvanced Gaming (non-accredited)
25.03.2024SalisburyPrepare and Serve Espresso Coffee
26.03.2024Clarence GardensFood Safety Supervision Skill Set
28.03.2024Mount BarkerFood Safety Supervision Skill Set
Congratulations Graduating Students February 2024

CHC33015 Certificate III in Individual Support

Nicolle ITaylor HGarima R
Hairong ZYang WSarah M
Christina C
BSB40520 Certificate IV in Leadership and Management
Matthew Z
BSB30120 Certificate III in Business
Ezekiel W


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