We would like to acknowledge both the Kingston East Neighbourhood Group (KENG) and the Multicultural Families Organisation (MFO) for their ongoing tailored support services connecting eligible job seekers with Skilling Queenslanders for Work funding allocated by the Queensland Government. Through this essential funding, more eligible students can access education and up-skill to re-enter the workforce.
Through accessing this funding, we have helped many successful candidates gain their Certificate III in Individual Support CH33015 through our MyPath Education branch of The Major Training Group and are proud to share their stories of success as they move forward to secure employment within the industry.
Despite English being her second language, Nouriyeh worked hard and graduated from MyPath Education with her Certificate III in Individual Support CHC33015. Upon completing her 120 hours of placement at Infinite Care, her natural caring manor and professionalism with clients led to her gaining employment at the aged care facility.
Sussan began as a volunteer at the Kingston East Neighbourhood Group (KENG). She showed a keen interest in completing her Certificate III in Individual Support CHC33015 and showed great dedication and punctuality as an eager student, gaining new skills which would enable her to find employment in the aged care and disability sector. The helpful team at KENG assisted Sussan to re-fresh her resume before submitting an application to a Home Care service in Logan, securing her paid employment while finishing off her placement.
“The trainers from MyPath Education go above and beyond to support our students and their complex needs.” Kingston East Neighbourhood Group Coordinator – Sudhara Anandakumar.
Introducing the incredible Fahimeh, who was referred to Major by the dedicated team at the Multicultural Families Organisation (MFO). Originally from Iran, she moved to Australia with her family over five years ago. Having a natural love of people, Fahimeh expressed a keen interest in undertaking her Certificate III in Individual Support CHC33015 but was hesitant to start due to her level of English and mature age. With the experienced and motivational support of her MyPath trainer, Janelle, she has now completed the theoretical components of the course and is undertaking her practical experience hours with OzCare.
At 64 years old, Fahimeh is proof that you are never too old to learn and up-skill. With an admirable dedication to completing this course, she will be a great asset to the community services sector.
“With the majority of our cohort coming from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds, the tutors from MyPath Education have been great at understanding the level of support our students require and flexible with their teaching styles to help our students learn and succeed.” – Employment and Training Programs Coordinator, MFO, Nicole Jacob.
If you are interested in undertaking your Certificate III in Individual Support CHC33015, call one of our helpful course advisors today on 1300 790 822.