Altura Learning offering training solutions for VET sector

It is an exciting time at Altura Learning. The company is growing and expanding, bringing expert sector knowledge to the Vocational Education and Training sector.

It is an exciting time at Altura Learning. The company is growing and expanding, bringing expert sector knowledge to the Vocational Education and Training sector.

As part of the Bolton Clarke family, Altura Learning is deeply connected to the aged care sector and has been delivering exceptional aged care training for more than 20 years across Australia, New Zealand, the UK and Ireland and is now expanding to develop course content for the VET sector.

Consulting employers and education providers to inform, design and co-create solutions results in excellent course content development – both in the aged care and education sectors. High quality video-rich courses provide learning and teaching teams with comprehensive training tools that keep learners engaged and excited.

Using professional actors and real-life settings, each course creates a relatable experience for learners that results in a more robust e-learning experience and delivers exceptional learner outcomes and an exciting and engaging student experience.

Each course is carefully planned and reviewed by experts from the nursing, aged care, allied health, and quality and compliance space to ensure content is mapped to legislation, standards and qualifications to meet the evolving needs of the sector. The result is a fully compliant, engaging experience for both trainers and learners.

To align with sector knowledge, the Certificate III Individual Support (Ageing and Disability) is the first course of its kind developed for the VET sector by the experts at Altura Learning. Mapped to the 15 units of competency, each unit takes students on a learning journey complete with exciting activities, evolving knowledge quizzes and videos.

Core units of competency:

  • CHCCCS031 – provide individualised support
  • CHCCCS040 – support independence and wellbeing
  • CHCCCS041 – recognise healthy body systems
  • CHCCCS038 – facilitate the empowerment of people receiving support
  • HLTINF006 – apply basic principles and practices of infection prevention and control
  • CHCCOM005 – communicate and work in health or community services
  • CHCDIV001 – work with diverse people
  • CHCLEG001 – work legally and ethically
  • HLTWHS002 – follow safe work practices for direct client care.

Disability specialisation:

  • CHCDIS011 – contribute to ongoing skills development using a strengths-based approach
  • CHCDIS012 – support community participation and social inclusion
  • CHCDIS02 – work effectively in disability support.

The learning materials complement and support your current teaching resources and can be used online, face-to-face, or as part of a blended delivery. All courses are available in a SCORM format and have been developed using e-learning authoring tools that provide greater interactivity and flexibility for learners. The design of the courses maximises active learning – enhancing the learning process and increasing knowledge retention.

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Renee Costa is the Altura Learning in-house dedicated VET sector expert. She can walk you through the current educational portfolio and discuss how they can support your learning and teaching resource needs. You can contact her on to find out more.