Certificate III in Community Services CHC32015

(5 Months) Online Study 

 
Are you ready to inspire your mob and make positive changes in your community? A Certificate III in Community Services will give you the skills and knowledge to lead change in your community and inspire others in the community to help continue its positive development. This qualification will aide you in your career for professional Community Services roles. You can use your qualifications to enrich the lives of those in the community and helping families make a better future. This course will advance your understanding and skills in client assessment, community development services, referrals, case management and more.

Career Opportunities Include

  • Care Worker
  • Indigenous Youth Worker
  • Family Support Officer
  • Drug and Alcohol Support Specialist
  • Youth Worker
  • Juvenile Justice Officer
  • Intervention Worker
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    The Institute of Indigenous Australia’s Certificate III in Community Services is open to people from all races/creeds.

    If you have any real world experience prior knowledge in this field, you may be able to claim Recognition of Prior Learning for this course and reduce study time!  Find out more about RPL

    COSTS
    The Certificate III in Community Services updated costs can be found under our Self-Funded Course page.

    • CHCCCS016 – Respond to client needs
    • CHCCOM005 – Communicate and work in health or community services
    • CHCDIV001 – Work with diverse people
    • HLTWHS002 – Follow safe work practices for direct client care
    • HLTWHS006 – Manage personal stressors in the work environment
    • CHCAOD001 – Work in an alcohol and drugs context
    • CHCDIV002 – Promote Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander cultural safety
    • CHCMHS001 – Work with people with mental health issues
    • CHCYTH001 – Engage respectfully with young people
    • BSBINM301 – Organise workplace information
    • BSBWOR301 – Organise personal work priorities and development
    • CHCPRT001 – Identify and respond to children and young people at risk
      • * Students must also complete a mandatory vocational placement.

    Diploma of Community Services CHC32015 Course Outline

    Diploma of Community Services CHC52015

    (12 Months) Online Study 

     
    Are you ready to make a real difference in your community? A Diploma of Community Services will provide you with the knowledge and skills you need to make a lasting impact on your community for generations.

    A career in the community services is demanding but rewarding. The Diploma of Community Services will help you build your knowledge in community development services, case management, client assessment, referrals and much more. IOIA’s Diploma of Community Services will develop real world skills, offering students the opportunity to complete vocational placement within the community sector, to give you hands-on experience and let your apply your skills in the real world.
     
    Career Opportunities Include
     
    • Social / Welfare Worker
    • Case Worker/Manager
    • Family Support Officer
    • Drug and Alcohol Support Specialist
    • Youth Worker
    • Coordinator of Youth and Family Services
    • Program Manager
    • Support Facilitator
    • Intervention Worker

    The Institute of Indigenous Australia’s Diploma of Community Services is open to people from all races/creeds.

    If you have any real world experience prior knowledge in this field, you may be able to claim Recognition of Prior Learning for this course and reduce study time!  Find out more about RPL

    COSTS
    The Diploma of Community Services updated costs can be found under our Self-Funded Course page.

    • CHCCCS007 – Develop and implement service programs
    • CHCCOM003 – Develop workplace communication strategies
    • CHCDEV002 – Analyse impacts of sociological factors on clients in community work and services
    • CHCDIV003 – Manage and promote diversity
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    • CHCLEG003 – Manage legal and ethical compliance
    • CHCMGT005 – Facilitate workplace debriefing and support processes
    • CHCPRP003 – Reflect on and improve own professional practice
    • HLTWHS004 – Manage work health and safety
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    • CHCCSM005 – Develop, facilitate and review all aspects of case management
    • CHCDIV002 – Promote Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander cultural safety
    • CHCADV002 – Provide advocacy and representation services
    • CHCCSL001 – Establish and confirm the counselling relationship
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    • CHCYTH012 – Manage service response to young people in crisis
    • CHCMHS001 – Work with people with mental health issues
    • CHCAOD004- Assess needs of clients with alcohol and other drugs issues
    • CHCCDE011 – Implement community development strategies

    * Students must also complete a mandatory vocational placement.

    Course Outline PDF