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National Certificate in Health, Disability, and Aged Support (Core Competencies) (Level 3)


Level

3

Credits

57

This qualification has been reviewed. The last date to meet the requirements is 31 December 2018.



Transition Arrangements

This qualification has been reviewed and replaced by the New Zealand Certificate in Health and Wellbeing (Level 3) with strands in Health Assistance, Newborn Hearing Screening, Orderly Services, Support Work, Vision Hearing Screening, and Whānau, Kin and Foster Care [Ref: 2470].


Version 7 of this qualification has been republished to extend the last date of enrolment into programmes leading to the qualification from 31 December 2015 to 31 December 2016, also to extend the last date for assessment from 31 December 2017 to 31 December 2018.
The last date to meet the requirements of the qualification is 31 December 2018 at which point the qualification will be designated discontinued. From that date no results can be reported against the qualification.
For detailed information see Review Summaries on the NZQA website.
This qualification contained standards that had expired or been replaced by other standards. For the purposes of this qualification people who have gained credit for the expiring or replaced standards are exempt from the requirement to gain credit for the replacement standards – see table below.


Credit for

Exempt from

5019

23386, 23387

23381

25987



NZQF National Qualification Registration Information





Process

Version

Date

Last Date for Assessment

Registration

1

October 2007

December 2010

Revision

2

August 2008

December 2012

Revision

3

July 2009

December 2012

Revision

4

November 2009

December 2012

Review

5

March 2011

December 2017

Republished

5

May 2011

December 2017

Revision

6

July 2012

December 2018

Republished

6

November 2012

December 2018

Review

7

November 2014

December 2018

Republished

7

August 2015

December 2018



Standard Setting Body

Community Support Services ITO Limited

PO Box 25 255

Christchurch 8144


Telephone 03 371 9295

Facsimile 03 371 9285

Email enquiries@careerforce.org.nz
National Certificate in Health, Disability, and Aged Support (Core Competencies) (Level 3)

Level


3

Credits


57



Purpose

The National Certificate in Health, Disability, and Aged Support (Core Competencies) (Level 3) is designed to build on the existing knowledge and skills required of support workers in a variety of health, disability, and aged support contexts within home-based, community, and residential settings.


Holders of this qualification will be able to demonstrate skills and knowledge related to self-advocacy, recognising indicators of – and responding to – suspected abuse, and applying the Code of Rights, for people in an aged care, health, or disability context.
The compulsory section comprises standards relating to self-advocacy, suspected abuse indicators and responses, and the application of the Code of Rights, which have been agreed as required competencies in all workplaces within a health, disability, and aged support context.
Elective 1 offers a choice of two standards that address the knowledge and application of culturally safe Māori principles and values, and supporting people of different ethnicity respectively, in an aged care, health, or disability context.
Elective 2 offers standards from six specified domains within the Health, Disability, and Aged Support subfield, together with a standard from the Core Health domain relating to continence and two standards from the Human Services domain.
Elective 3 offers a range of standards relating to risk management, injury prevention, interpersonal communications, and writing that are relevant to the role of support workers in the health, disability, and aged support sectors.
This qualification is intended to build on the National Certificate in Health, Disability, and Aged Support (Foundation Skills) (Level 2) [Ref: 1291] and lead to any of the existing National Certificates in Community Support Services and proposed National Certificates in Health, Disability, and Aged Support, at Levels 3 or 4.

Special Notes

It is recommended that candidates hold the National Certificate in Health, Disability, and Aged Support (Foundation Skills) (Level 2), [Ref: 1291]; or demonstrate equivalent knowledge and skills.



Credit Range





Compulsory

Elective 1

Elective 2

Elective 3

Level 2 credits

-

-

0-17

-

Level 3 credits

9

6

15-32

0-6

Level 4 credits

-

-

-

0-4

Minimum totals

9

6

32

0-10



Requirements for Award of Qualification





Award of NZQF National Qualifications
Credit gained for a standard may be used only once to meet the requirements of this qualification.
Unit standards and achievement standards that are equivalent in outcome are mutually exclusive for the purpose of award. The table of mutually exclusive standards is provided on the New Zealand Qualifications Authority (NZQA) website: http://www.nzqa.govt.nz/qualifications-standards/standards/standards-exclusion-list/.
Reviewed standards that continue to recognise the same overall outcome are registered as new versions and retain their identification number (ID). Any version of a standard with the same ID may be used to meet qualification requirements that list the ID and/or that specify the past or current classification of the standard.



Summary of Requirements


  • A minimum of 57 credits

  • Compulsory standards

  • Elective – as specified


Detailed Requirements
Compulsory

The following standards are required


Community and Social Services > Health, Disability, and Aged Support > Community Support Services

ID

Title

Level

Credit

23385

Describe self-advocacy and support a self-advocacy process in a health or disability setting

3

3

Community and Social Services > Health, Disability, and Aged Support > Health and Disability Principles in Practice



ID

Title

Level

Credit

1836

Recognise indicators and describe responses to suspected abuse of people using health or disability services

3

4

27104

Apply the Code of Rights when supporting people in an aged care, health, or disability context

3

2


Elective

Meet the requirements of all of the following sets



  • Elective 1

  • Elective 2

  • Elective 3


Elective 1

A minimum of 1 standard


Community and Social Services > Health, Disability, and Aged Support > Community Support Services

ID

Title

Level

Credit

26970

Provide support to people of different ethnicity in an aged care, health, or disability context

3

6

Community and Social Services > Health, Disability, and Aged Support > Health and Disability Principles in Practice



ID

Title

Level

Credit

23380

Describe and apply culturally safe Māori operating principles and values in a health, disability, or community setting

3

6


Elective 2

A minimum of 32 credits at Level 2 to Level 3



  • Of which a minimum of 15 credits at Level 3

Community and Social Services > Community Support > Human Services



ID

Title

Level

Credit

16870

Demonstrate knowledge of causes and associated conditions related to intellectual disability

3

3

16871

Demonstrate knowledge of causes and common effects of physical disability

3

3

Community and Social Services > Health, Disability, and Aged Support > Core Health



ID

Title

Level

Credit

27140

Describe continence, incontinence, interventions, and required reporting in an aged care, health, or disability context

2

8




Field

Subfield

Domain

Community and Social Services

Health, Disability, and Aged Support

Community Support Services

Health and Disability Principles in Practice

Mental Health and Addiction Support

Older Persons' Health and Wellbeing

Supporting People with Disabilities

Whānau Ora and Community Support


Elective 3

A maximum of 10 credits

From the following sets


  • Set A

  • Set B

 

Set A

A maximum of 6 credits at Level 3

 

Health > Public Health > Injury Prevention



ID

Title

Level

Credit

22236

Demonstrate knowledge of injury and injury problems and explain the consequences on public health

3

3

22237

Describe key concepts and models of injury prevention

3

3

 

Humanities > Communication Skills > Interpersonal Communications



ID

Title

Level

Credit

9681

Contribute within a group/team which has an objective(s)

3

3

11097

Listen to gain information in an interactive situation

3

3

 

Humanities > Communication Skills > Writing



ID

Title

Level

Credit

1279

Write in plain English

3

3

3491

Write a report

3

4

 

Set B

 

Community and Social Services > Health, Disability, and Aged Support > Health and Disability Principles in Practice



ID

Title

Level

Credit

23393

Apply a risk management plan for a person in a health, disability, or community setting

4

4



Transition Arrangements



Version 6
Version 6 was issued to clarify the requirements for Elective 3. The standards specified in Elective 3 were divided into two sets (A and B) to separate the ‘maximum of 10 credits’ requirement from the ‘maximum of 6 credits at Level 3’ requirement, but the overall requirements for Elective 3 were not changed.
Changes to structure and content

  • Elective 3 was divided into Set A and Set B from which candidates may use a maximum of 10 credits.

  • Set A consists of all the Level 3 standards listed in Elective 3 from which candidates may use a maximum of 6 credits.

  • Set B consists of Level 4 standard 23393 that was listed in Elective 3.

For detailed information see Review Summaries on the NZQA website.


Candidates currently enrolled in version 5 may complete that version or transfer to version 6.
Previous versions of the qualification
Version 5 was issued in response to strong calls from the sector to remove some of the standards from the compulsory section and reposition them as electives, as these standards comprise competencies not considered to be relevant to all workplaces within a health, disability, or aged support context. The sector also called for the reviewed qualification to include an element of choice of standards in order to meet the requirements of particular workplace environments, as well as the specific requirements of the Aged Related Residential Care agreement and the New Zealand Health and Disability Standards.
Version 4 was issued following the review of standard 23381. Standard 23381 was replaced by standard 25987.
Version 3 was issued following revision in order to provide an exemption from standard 23386 for people with credit for standard 5019. Standard 5019 was replaced by standards 23386 and 23387 in October 2007, but providing an exemption from standard 23386 was overlooked when version 1 of the qualification was registered. The exemption has also been retrospectively added to versions 1 and 2 of the qualification.
Version 2 was issued following revision in order to remove the Core Health standards, which had been designated as expiring and for which new providers were unable to gain accreditation, and the name and classification of the qualification was changed from Community Support to Community Support Services.
It is anticipated that no existing trainees will be disadvantaged by these transition arrangements. Any person who feels that he or she has been disadvantaged by these transition arrangements should contact the Community Support Services Industry Training Organisation Limited at the address below.

Other standard setting bodies whose standards are included in the qualification

Learning State Limited

NZQA

Certification

This certificate will display the logos of NZQA, the Community Support Services ITO Limited and the organisation that has been granted consent to assess against standards that meet the requirements of the qualification (accredited).



Classification

This qualification is classified according to the classification system listed on the Directory of Assessment Standards (DAS) and the New Zealand Standard Classification of Education (NZSCED) system as specified below.




DAS Classification

NZSCED

Code

Description

Code

Description

453

Community and Social Services > Health, Disability, and Aged Support

090511

Society and Culture > Human Welfare Studies and Services > Community Client Care



Quality Management Systems

Providers and Industry Training Organisations must be granted consent to assess by a recognised Quality Assurance Body before they can register credits from assessment against standards. Organisation with consent to assess and Industry Training Organisations assessing against standards must engage with the moderation system that applies to those standards. Consent to assess requirements and the moderation system are outlined in the associated Consent and Moderation Requirements (CMR) for each standard.






Community Support Services ITO Limited

SSB Code 101814



Ó New Zealand Qualifications Authority 2016





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