Alzheimer’s WA is a Registered Training Organisation with decades of experience educating and training the health care professionals and front line teams who work with those living with dementia. We believe dementia is a human experience rather than just a biological condition. Our philosophy of care is rooted in a commitment to a person-centred approach and practice. This is reflected in all of our education and training.
All courses have an applied focus on skills development and reflective practice, enabling course participants to transform their own practice, and potentially that of their colleagues, enhancing quality of life for people living with dementia. All participants undertaking one of our nationally recognised courses will require a Unique Student Identifier (USI). Create your USI at usi.gov.au.
Nationally accredited programs are marked with the Nationally Recognised Training logo.
CHCSS00095 Dementia Support – Service Delivery Skill Set (Release 1)
This training is ideal to develop the education and knowledge of those staff already working with people living with dementia.
Our highly professional educators are all qualified and have vast and varied experience in providing support to people living with dementia and their families in either community, hospital or residential settings.
CHC33015 Certificate III in Individual Support (Ageing or Home and Community)
Accredited qualification reflecting the role of workers in the community or a residential setting who provide person-centred support.
Upon completion of the course, participants will be provided with the knowledge, skills and work experience required to ensure they are ‘job ready’ for their career in the aged care sector.
10719NAT Certificate IV Leadership and Innovation in Dementia Services
Offering the latest in dementia education through a nationally accredited course providing a unique opportunity to become a dementia specialist.
Upon completion of the course, participants will have gained dementia specialist knowledge, have the ability to integrate current knowledge into real life situations and be able to apply their enhanced skills for effective dementia care.