Disability support workers empower people that are limited by their personal disadvantages. Learn the professional skills to facilitate client autonomy and strengths in a disability context.
Play a pivotal role in helping people overcome their personal limitations that impact their lives and wellbeing.
You’ll go through a transformative journey by assessing and monitoring your own attitudes, values and skills while aligning them with industry standards and ethical obligations.
The best part of studying with us is the real-world experience you’ll get through work placements - even before you graduate!
Disability Support qualification
New Zealand Certificate in Health and Wellbeing (Social and Community Services) (Level 4) (Community Facilitation) or (Mental Health and Addiction Support) or (Social Services)
1 Year Full-time
2 Years Part-time
Facilitator, Social Support Worker, Wellbeing Advisor, Wellbeing Coach