Disability & community services training

Personalised, self-paced & nationally recognised training in disability and more.

Our Qualifications

Our Qualifications

Cert III in Individual Support
Cert IV in Ageing
Cert IV in Disability
Cert IV in Mental Health
Cert IV in Mental Health
Peer Work
Cert III in Allied
Health Assistance

Provide First Aid and CPR

Custom
Training

State Government Funding Options

Australian residents living in NSW or QLD may be eligible to have all or part of their course fees subsidised using State Government funding schemes like Smart & Skilled (NSW) or Skills Assure (QLD).

NSW Smart & Skilled Eligibility Calculator:

Go to the Course Finder and click the ‘Estimate your fee’ button. You can then check your eligibility and get an estimate of the fee for your course.

QLD Skills Gateway Funding Eligibility:

Visit the Queensland Skills Gateway and follow the prompts. Complete the questions to confirm your eligibility to access subsidised training.

Fully Accredited Courses

We work closely with both Government and industry organisations to ensure our online and face to face classes are responsive to industry needs and nationally recognised.

Qualified Local Trainers

All of our courses are delivered by highly qualified local trainers with many years of knowledge and experience in the allied health, disability, aged care industries and mental health industry.

Face-to-Face Placement

If you enroll in one of our face-to-face courses, we’ll support you in finding the compulsory work placement needed to complete your qualification.

Online Delivery Available

We also have flexible, online study options so you can complete your qualification from home or on-the-go. You’ll also be assigned a dedicated Trainer who will support you in your study journey.

News & Events

breakthru college celebrates with CASS

breakthru college celebrates with CASS

breakthru College continue to partner with CASS (Chinese Australian Services Society) in South West Sydney to deliver quality training to their community members who are from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds. At the start of 2020, fifteen CASS members...

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The state of the Australian Workforce

The state of the Australian Workforce

The Australian job market has recently suffered a significant downturn. With Victoria in lockdown and travel restricted, Australia’s economy has experienced its first recession in almost 30 years with the nation's gross domestic product (GDP) shrinking by 7%. The...

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