Nationally Recognised Training
Triscott Educational Services is a Registered Training Organisation (6937) – Registered with the Victorian Registration and Qualifications Authority (VRQA) since 2000. Triscott’s prime training focus is related to:
- nationally recognised training
- qualifications that are relevant to work in the Education Support (inclusion and integration) and the Disability sectors
CERTIFICATE III IN EDUCATION Support
Triscott has developed a training program for the ‘Certificate III in Education Support’ – a program to train people to work as education support workers in the education sector.
CERTIFICATE IV IN EDUCATION Support
Triscott has developed a training program for the ‘Certificate IV in Education Support’ – a program that is relevant for people who:
- are currently working in a range of school and educational settings
- provide classroom assistance to teachers and students with additional educational needs and disabilities
Career opportunities include a range of education support work, e.g. education support workers, integration aides, teacher assistants, teacher aides, language/literacy support workers.
CERTIFICATE IV IN DISABILITY
Triscott has developed a program for people who are currently working in support roles in the disability sector. These workers provide training and support to people with disabilities – to enhance their clients’ ability and opportunities to achieve greater levels of independence, self reliance and community participation. Career opportunities include disability support workers, disability support officers, lifestyle support officers, residential care workers and officers.
Recognition of Prior learning
Triscott offers people working in support roles (in both the education and disability sectors) an opportunity to gain a nationally recognised qualification – by having their life and work skills and previous training formally acknowledged through a flexible assessment process that recognises their current competencies.
Under the guidance of an experienced trainer/mentor/assessor, suitable candidates can work towards gaining a Certificate IV in Education Support or a Certificate IV in Disability through a flexible assessment process.