Equip Aged Care Learning Packages

Free and accessible online learning

Equip Aged Care Learning Packages

The Equip Aged Care Learning Packages are now available for anyone interested in the aged care aged care sector, including personal care workers, nurses, allied health professionals, volunteers and families.

Entry-level modules for those new to the sector and refresher-level content for those familiar with aged care will cover a range of aged care related topics.

Benefits of Equip Learning

  • FREE – all modules are completely free
  • Learn when it suits you. Modules can be accessed at any time
  • Each module only takes around 10 minutes to complete
  • Accessible on a phone, tablet, or computer

Each learning module highlights key concepts on contemporary aged care topics and encourages participants to continue their learning by providing additional resources

A free, downloadable certificate of completion is available for each module.

On completion of all modules in the introductory or refresher learning package, an additional certificate is available which details learning and CPD hours.

Who should enrol?


The Equip Aged Care Learner Refresher Package is a useful resource for people currently working in aged care to consolidate their knowledge of the sector to maintain continuing professional development.

The Equip Aged Care Learning Introductory Package will offer new starters in the aged care workforce, and those seeking employment in the sector, the opportunity to gain essential knowledge about aged care.


The Equip Aged Care Learning Packages are great resources for families and informal caregivers to understand the aged care sector. Anyone with an interest in the care of older adults is welcome to enrol.


Aged care providers are invited to share these resources across their organisation to provide learning opportunities for all staff – both new and existing.

The Equip Aged Care Learning Packages were developed by the Wicking Dementia Research and Education Centre, College of Health and Medicine at the University of Tasmania, with funding from the Australian Government Department of Health & Aged Care. 

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