Do you want to help people participate in the community?
The disability sector needs people with sensitivity and good communication skills. If you want to help people with disabilities to achieve greater levels of independence, self-reliance, and community participation, then you will find a rewarding career in this community-based sector. Learn how to care for a person's physical and emotional well-being and gain the skills to help people with a disability sustain and improve their lives.
Do you want to inspire and help students achieve their potential?
Take your energy and creativity and apply it to a rewarding career nurturing young people. You will gain the skills and knowledge you need to work collaboratively with teachers to support students with additional learning needs in primary, secondary or specialist education settings.
You will learn about the best ways to encourage and inspire students of all ages to achieve. With employment opportunities on the increase for qualified education support staff, you'll find your place in a variety of roles, from teacher's aide to care assistant or support worker.