Study Home and Community Care with HSA
As Australia’s population ages and our health care needs become more diverse, the demand for Home and Community Care professionals continues to grow. So if you’re looking to make a difference to your own life and the lives of others, now is a great time to join this rewarding profession.
By studying a Home and Community Care course with HSA, you become equipped with the knowledge and skills to work in an industry where you can support the health and well-being of those requiring support, and assist them with daily living activities.
Whether you’re interested in working in community groups, residential facilities or client homes, HSA’s nationally accredited qualification allows you to progress into a variety of roles across a number of settings.
HSA is recognised as a specialist in health care education. We are committed to making a positive difference to our students and the lives of people in their care, by providing excellence in health care training.
We work closely with industry groups and professionals to ensure our courses meet the needs of the sector and community they serve, and our teaching staff are all practising health care professionals who draw on their depth of experience.
Our convenient Blackburn and Brisbane CBD campus locations are all easily accessible by public transport and contain state-of-the-art facilities to support your theoretical knowledge and practical skills. Full-time and part-time study options are available.
HSA also supports your learning further by coordinating practical work placement for you in an aged or community care facility. This experience enables you to put your learning into practice, whilst also being introduced to a potential employer.
The health care sector is Australia’s largest and fastest growing industry. With our population continuing to age, more and more people are required to support the elderly in their everyday life.
Career prospects within the industry are both excellent and broad. You have the opportunity to focus on working in the aged care or community services sector, or enhancing your career further by entering the world of nursing.