Community and Youth Services

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Take your passion for helping others and turn it into a rewarding career full of possibility, with a community and youth services qualification. You’ll learn to empower your community and inspire lasting change as you offer support to those in need. Whether you offer a lifeline to those suffering addiction or a mental health crisis, or you encourage young people to make positive choices, you’ll graduate with the skills and techniques you need to make a real difference.

Alcohol and Other Drugs

Change lives as you guide and support people from addiction to recovery. Offer counselling and intervention strategies and promote referral services to those facing addiction.

  • Statement of Attainment Alcohol, Tobacco and Other Drugs Intervention Skills

    900-81820

    Build the skills and confidence to assess the needs of people with drug and alcohol issues and provide interventions towards their treatment goals. Help others to transform their lives as you build a rewarding career and study pathway.

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  • Statement of Attainment Alcohol and Other Drug work

    900-82348

    Acquire the knowledge and skills required to provide basic support to people with alcohol and drug related issues. Learn how to make a difference to the lives of others while gaining credit towards further study with TAFE NSW.

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  • Statement of Attainment Mental Health and Alcohol and Other Drugs

    900-80288

    Complement your emotional intelligence with the Statement of Attainment in Mental Health and Alcohol and Other Drugs. Harness the person-centred approach. Learn skills to support clients in reaching their goals and be a catalyst for positive change.

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  • Certificate IV Alcohol and Other Drugs

    CHC43215-01

    Learn about harm minimisation as you begin a rewarding career in the alcohol and other drugs sector. Support and empower a variety of clients and work in community based organisations, outreach services and residential rehabilitation services.

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  • Diploma Alcohol and Other Drugs

    CHC53215-01

    Learn specialist skills to provide counselling, referral and health promotion services to clients experiencing issues with alcohol and other drugs. Build the skills needed to work in this critical area of community service and empower people on their recovery journey.

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Client Assessment and Case Management

Strengthen your leadership and professional expertise as you work on complex and sensitive cases with carers and families, and showcase your excellent client management skills.

  • Diploma Community Services (Case Management)

    CHC52015-02

    Strengthen your leaderships skills through a rewarding career in the booming community services sector. Develop your expertise in service planning and work as a case manager in aged care, community development and the disability sector.

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Community Sector Management

Aspire to create positive change in the community services sector as you discover your personal leadership style, motivate colleagues and implement quality frameworks.

Community Services

Empower those in your local community as you foster caring and supportive relationships, encourage personal growth and inspire lasting change.

  • Statement of Attainment Getting Started in Community Services

    900-82657

    Gain exciting insight into a fast-growing sector. Provide a calm and professional face as the first point of contact with clients and build a pathway to further study.

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  • Statement of Attainment Crisis and Suicide Intervention

    900-81992

    Add depth to your community service work as you learn strategies to intervene in a crisis. Empower others and provide support options. Harness your vocation to positively impact the lives of others while managing your own well-being.

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  • Statement of Attainment Domestic and Family Violence Frontline Skills

    900-81821

    The Statement of Attainment in Domestic and Family Violence Frontline Skills will elevate your community service career. Gain the niche skills to work within professional boundaries and respond to crisis situations. Be on the frontline of change

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  • Statement of Attainment Mentoring for Health & Community Service Workers

    900-81869

    Designed for people with experience in the Health and Community Services sector, this course will upskill students to take on mentoring roles. Become a leader and provide valuable one-on-one direction with this highly curated Statement of Attainment.

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  • Statement of Attainment Recognising and Responding Appropriately to Domestic and Family Violence

    900-81765

    Add value to your current community service scope of work and gain skills to recognise when family and domestic violence is occurring. Respond appropriately, provide referrals and offer support that empowers people to make informed decisions.

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  • Statement of Attainment Case Management for Community Services Workers

    900-81536

    Add value to your community service role as you pave the way to a promotion. Perfect the person-centred approach with this Statement of Attainment. Develop case management plans in the aged, disability or youth support industries.

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  • Statement of Attainment Introduction to Working in Health and Community Services

    SG00008950

    Gain an exciting insight into the booming community services and healthcare industries. Explore your interests as you build foundational skills and set yourself up for success in further study.

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  • Statement of Attainment Manage Personal Stressors in the Work Environment

    900-82759

    Confidently build your ability to manage stress in your workplace through a tailor-made personal stress management plan. You'll also gain credit towards a range of full qualification in the health and community services industries.

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  • Statement of Attainment Introduction to Community Services

    900-82705

    Gain 20 hours of volunteering experience in the industry. Show respect for diversity through communication and collaborate well with others. Respond calmly to people in need or distress and find your area of interest to pursue further study.

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  • Statement of Attainment Introduction to Community Services Industry

    900-82403

    Upskill your career with this short course that will give you the confidence to communicate effectively with people from diverse backgrounds. Learn how to reflect on your own perspectives and appreciate diversity and inclusiveness.

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  • Statement of Attainment Financial Literacy Education

    CHCSS00077-V01

    Gain the knowledge and skills to make personal financial decisions and empower others in their own financial decisions. Learn to draw up personal budgets and break down debt and credit for community services clients.

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  • Certificate II Community Services

    CHC22015-01

    Begin a rewarding career as a community services assistant or support worker in an industry where you will help make a difference to the lives of others. Develop foundational skills and build your professional profile as you inspire change and support those around you to reach their full potential.

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  • Certificate III Community Services

    CHC32015-01

    Prepare to become a community services worker in the fastest-growing sector in Australia. Learn to respond to client needs by providing quality care, empowering and facilitating their interests and advocating for their needs.

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  • Certificate IV Community Services

    CHC42015-01

    Build your career as a community services worker in the fastest growing industry in Australia. You’ll explore the interests of diverse communities, strengthen your skills, and provide quality care to clients as you work in areas like alcohol and other drugs, child protection, juvenile justice, and mental health.

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  • Diploma Community Services

    CHC52015-01

    Support your community, help people during the difficult times in their lives, and develop the complex knowledge needed for a rewarding career in the community services industry. Build your leadership capabilities and prepare for roles in case work and management in this in-demand sector.

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  • Bachelor Community Services

    HE20528V01

    Support the wellbeing of individuals, families and communities and help to facilitate social change when you study the Bachelor of Community Services. This online degree will prepare you for a career in the diverse community services industry. You’ll be qualified to manage a range of responsibilities while helping people who are disadvantaged and highly vulnerable. If you're driven to empower diverse communities, passionate about social justice and want to challenge the social structures that maintain disadvantage, then this qualification can help you achieve your goals.

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Counselling

Support diverse clients, offer constructive support, break negative cycles, and aid positive growth through person-centred counselling.

  • Diploma Counselling

    CHC51015-01

    Gain the skills to provide a diverse range of people with support, and the tools to make significant changes in their lives. Develop your communication skills and emotional intelligence through role plays and be ready to work as a social worker or a case coordinator counsellor.

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Social Housing

Safety and shelter are basic human rights. Learn to protect vulnerable people who are experiencing or at risk of experiencing homelessness and utilise professional services to provide support.

  • Diploma Community Services (Social Housing)

    CHC52015-03

    Learn about the social housing and homelessness sector in a rewarding and in-demand industry. Build relationships of trust and support with people and gain experience as a valued and versatile case worker.

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Youth Justice

Change lives and inspire positive choices as you work closely with young people to challenge their views, influence their future and break the cycle of juvenile crime.

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Youth Work

Ensure every voice is heard, foster positive relationships and provide safe and supportive spaces for young people to reach their potential and develop into confident adults.

  • Statement of Attainment Youth Work

    900-80291

    Fulfil your vocation to nurture and facilitate positive habits through youth support. Hone your soft skills. Communication, ethics, decision-making and empathy are all relevant themes in this course applicable to any career, and life more generally.

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  • Statement of Attainment Identify and Respond to Children and Young People at Risk - Initial Training

    900-81147

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  • Statement of Attainment Youth Work

    900-80566

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  • Statement of Attainment Identify and Respond to Children and Young People at Risk

    900-80573

    Learn to be a confident mandatory reporter in early childhood environments. Help those who mention sensitive and painful experiences and protect the rights of children and young people.

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  • Certificate IV Youth Work

    CHC40413-01

    Turn your enthusiasm for empowering young people into a rewarding career as a community services youth worker. Make a real difference in your local community by supporting and helping young people so they can build a strong future.

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  • Diploma Youth Work

    CHC50413-01

    Follow your passion for creating change in the lives of young people by becoming a qualified youth worker. Support young people to take collective action to improve their communities while enhancing their social and mental wellbeing.

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  • Diploma Community Services (Statutory & Forensic Child, Youth & Family Welfare)

    CHC52015-04

    Take the leap into a rewarding career in community services and help vulnerable people achieve their goals. Develop your service planning skills and work with children, youth and families in an in-demand sector.

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