Accredited Training Comes To Whittlesea Community House.

Register your interest in the following courses:

CHC33015 Certificate lll in Individual Support (Aging, Home & Community)

CHC30213 Certificate III in Education Support

CHC52015 Diploma of Community Services Work

TAE40110 Certificate IV in Training & Assessment – NEW IN 2018 – more information soon


CHC33015 Certificate lll in Individual Support (Aging, Home & Community)

This training is conducted at Whittlesea Community House by Pines Learning Incorporated.  Pines Learning is a not for profit registered training organization (RTO 3774) with a proven track record for achieving positive learning outcomes.

This course is the latest qualification for working in Aged Care and Home & Community Care. We supply a supportive learning environment and experienced, qualified trainers.

1 Days per week 9:15am—3:15pm (Tuesdays)

PLUS 2 days per week work placement

Location Whittlesea Community House 92A Church St, Whittlesea

Entry Req Victoria Police Check and interview with Pines Learning

Call to discuss registration for our next course commencing March 2018 or attend an information session.

2018 Information Sessions just released!

Tuesday February 13th OR February 27th (both at 10.30am)

For details and information please call Pines Learning on 9842 6726



CHC30213 Certificate III Education Support

Training is provided by PRACE (TOID 4036)

This qualification will give you the skills and knowledge to provide assistance and support to teachers and students in a wide range of educational settings.  This includes early childhood education as well as Primary, Secondary and Special Schools.


Days Tuesdays 10.00am—3:00pm PLUS 2 x workshops & 100 hours practical placement (June – November – Flexible options available)

Location Whittlesea Secondary College Trades Training Centre, Whittlesea

For information and next course commencement dates please call PRACE on

9462 6077


CHC52015  Diploma of Community Service Work

This course is ideal for people looking to make a difference to the people in their community.  Students completing this course may work in a range of rewarding areas within the community services sector including mental health, suicide prevention, youth and child protective service, drug and alcohol services, domestic and family violence just to name a few!

The course runs for 12-18 months and classes are currently held on Fridays at Whittlesea Community House.

For a discussion or the date of our next information day contact Wentworth College on       1300 138 792

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