Royal College of Healthcare delivers training for the aged, community and disability care industry. Our classroom courses are accessible, taking place in various locations across Queensland and we offer a range of other modes of study.
Industry providers say Royal College graduates are in demand. That’s because we provide quality up-to-the-minute courses and exceptional trainers who are committed to training students to be prepared and career-ready.
Specialising in the disability and aged care industry, the Royal College of Healthcare offer courses specifically tailored to the needs of the healthcare sector.
Upcoming Course Dates
Royal College of Healthcare have classes across metro and regional Queensland.
Studying at Royal College of Healthcare can lead to a variety of job outcomes in the aged care industry.
Our Study Success Coaches are here solely to see our students succeed in getting the most out of their course.
Royal College of Healthcare has government funding available for eligible students. See below for more details.
Royal College of Healthcare has contracts with Community Centres to deliver training under this funding.
School-based traineeships provide an opportunity for young people (usually in Years 11 and 12) to participate in training and work as paid employees while completing senior schooling.
Royal College of Healthcare is a Pre-qualified Supplier under the User Choice program providing training for CHC33015 Certificate III in Individual Support (Ageing)
Recognition of Prior Learning
At Royal College of Healthcare, providing recognition of prior learning is a process that includes working with you to determine which units you have been granted RPL for and which units we can train you in to fill any knowledge or skill gap you might have.
To learn more about our RPL system, click here.