FAQs: Disability training What are the chances of gaining employment after the course? Community services is a job growth area and with the National Disability Insurance Scheme implemented in the Bundaberg district, it is likely that organisations will be seeking suitably qualified staff for disability support worker roles. Are vocational placement hours the same as training group hours? Vocational placement is usually undertaken five days a week towards the end of the course, but shift times can vary. We will talk about any specific available shift hours and requirements during the course, so that we can arrange the most suitable placement for you. If I get a job during the course, can I still finish the course part-time? We are flexible where possible under those circumstances, but we would require you to take responsibility for the work that you miss. Our trainers will assist where they can. Do we need computer skills to do this course? You do not require computer skills to commence the course. However, we will spend one day a week in the computer room where you will be required to complete some internet research and some assignment work on the computer. This is necessary as a support worker as you may be expected to complete reports and timesheets online. You should not be worried about this competency, as we will assist you to gain the required skills. That is what we are here for. Will there be much take-home work to do? We understand that you are adult learners with families and commitments. It is always our aim that work is completed in the classroom. There may be some occasions where you will need to complete some work at home. However, if you come to class each day, this will be minimal, maybe unnecessary. For people who are unable to attend class each day, you will be required to complete some work outside of class hours. This will be discussed prior to course commencement. We will assist where we can.