Health and Community Testimonials

Certificate III in Education Support 

"I enjoyed how passionate my teacher was. Her passion and joy for education support rubbed off on all of us. It made me excited for what was ahead and fostered my passion for education support."

Certificate III in Individual Support (Ageing, Home and Community)

While caring for her grandfather, Chiara found care work fulfilling. “The gratitude was a really nice feeling”, she says.

 

Chiara took the next step of preparing to work in the sector. She searched online and found many courses. Her mother recommended the Certificate III in Individual Support (CHC33015) through Kangan Institute.

Certificate IV in Disability

Hannah started in the Disability Support field by chance. After a few years in the industry, she decided to study an accredited qualification in disability. A friend who had been in the disability sector for a decade highly recommended Kangan Institute's Certificate IV in Disability (CHC43115) .

 

"It was deeply important to me that I walk the talk, and become properly accredited, as people with disabilities require properly trained support in their life, and to better the sector", she says.

Certificate III in Education Support

Saba was a teacher in Pakistan for 13 years. After moving to Australia, she wanted to continue working in the teaching sector and found Certificate III in Education Support (CHC30213). A friend referred Kangan Institute.

 

“My advice for my future students is that Kangan is a great institute with dedicated, committed and supportive staff”, she says. 

Certificate IV in Disability

Joel was already working in the disability sector, specialising in people with acquired brain injuries when he enrolled in Kangan Institute’s Certificate IV in Disability course.

 

Midway through his studies, Joel was diagnosed with Autism and openly shared his experience with classmates. With support from his teachers, Joel successfully completed his course and has found full-time employment with Wazka Support Services in Korumburra, where he now creates his own workshops and programs for people on the spectrum.

Diploma of Early Childhood Education and Care

“I was out of education and training for so long that I was scared of coming back. But the way the teachers run the classes made me feel comfortable and supported.”

Lacey has always had a passion for working with younger children. Having been a stay home mum to four kids for many years, she knew her passion and experience could help her advance into a career in childhood education.