PAID TRAINEESHIPS IN 2022

Are you looking for your next career move? Do you want to earn and learn? Do you want a rewarding career helping others live their best life?

If you answered yes to any of these questions you are invited to Sawtell Aged Care on January 17, 2022, from 3-4 pm, to find out more.

We are calling for expressions of interest from potential trainees.

Please email recruitment@scca.net.au to reserve your place at the information session OR to find out more.

Sawtell Catholic Care is innovatively skilling the future care workforce. Our values of love, respect, justice and courage drive this opportunity for you to join our team and deliver excellence in spiritual, clinical, physical, and emotional care. We are offering Aged Care traineeships. Aged Care workers provide a diverse range of services assisting the elderly, younger people with disabilities, and their families. Australia’s population is aging, so now is a great time to take advantage of this opportunity to earn while learning in an industry that has multiple career pathways.

Our program is unique. You will benefit from this learner-centred program through

  • Small classroom model

  • Learning with qualified Nurses and Carers

  • You will be learning while you are earning as you are employed as a member of our care team. You will be paid while you learn in the classroom environment and on the floor.

  • Tax-free salary packaging benefits, that increases your take-home pay

  • Be an essential worker in a growth industry with ongoing career pathways

  • Work and learn in your community with a rewarding career that has lots of benefits

  • Literacy and learning support for those that may need assistance

  • This training is government funding so there are no learning costs to you.

This accredited training will support your learning around:

  • Workplace Health and Safety

  • Infection Control

  • Communication

  • Palliative care

  • First Aid

  • Health Body systems

  • Legal and ethical issues

  • Understanding dementia

  • Diversity

  • Behaviour support

  • Maintaining Independence

  • Personal support

  • Grief and loss Applicants must:

  • Have full Australian working rights study and complete a traineeship in Australia.

  • be available to work a variety of shifts (on a part-time or full-time basis).

  • have a current influenza vaccination prior to commencing work experience

  • have all current Covid19 vaccinations prior to enrolment

  • be over the age of 18;

  • obtain a National Police Check;

  • have English Proficiency - effective communication and comprehension skills.


We are an equal opportunity employer and encourage people with disability, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, and persons from culturally diverse backgrounds to apply for this position.

If you already hold a Certificate III in Aged Care, Disability or Home and Community Care, or hold a higher-level Health Qualification, you are unfortunately ineligible for this position.

On successful completion, you will be awarded a nationally recognised qualification and are ready for a career as a Support/ Care Worker in your chosen field! Care Service Employees have excellent employment prospects post-completion.


Please email recruitment@scca.net.au to reserve your place at the information session OR to find out more.

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