Community Services Courses
Community services involves working with directly with people experiencing hardships. Study online for a Cert IV in Community Services qualification.
Diploma of Community Services
Do you love the idea of supporting people who need assistance with making changes and addressing the challenges they are facing in their lives? The Diploma of Community Services will provide you with the knowledge and skills to manage, co-ordinate and/or deliver a range of services to individuals, groups and communities including; case management, social housing and community services.
Certificate III in Individual Support - Ageing, Home and Community
Turn your passion for caring into a full-time career with one of the most sought-after qualifications in the growing community services industry!
The Certificate III in Individual Support - Ageing, Home and Community (Dual Specialisation) is ideal for those who want to develop their career in the aged or home and community care industries.
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Certificate IV in Community Services
The Certificate IV in Community Services is ideal for anyone who loves the idea of supporting people who need assistance with making changes and addressing the challenges they are facing in life. This course will provide you with the knowledge and skills to work with people in a range of areas including domestic violence, homelessness and community work. You will learn about the legal and ethical aspects of practice, direct client services, work health and safety and community development.
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Community Services jobs
Different Community Services qualifications can lead to a range of employment opportunities.D
Family Support Worker
The Cert IV in Community Services can qualify you as a Family Support Worker. This role is responsible for giving emotional and practical help and advice to families that are having long or short-term difficulties. These difficulties could include drug or alcohol addiction, a parent in hospital or prison, marital or financial difficulties, a child or parent with a disability or problems accessing services due to language barriers.
Families would usually be referred to you by a social worker and you would work together to help them by planning and providing the right type and level of support. In emergency situations, for example when a single parent is going into hospital, you may move into your client's home for a very short time to look after the children until other care is found.
The TAFE NSW Online learning system ‘Canvas’ lets you study wherever and whenever you like all on your laptop, tablet or smartphone
In fact it’s the only program of its kind that is optimised for smartphone. The easy to use interface has all the readings, course notes, videos and support material for each level built in.
Everything is designed to help you stick to your study schedule, pass the course and upgrade to the career of your dreams. There’s a personalised dashboard for tracking your progress, and a diary to help you manage your study around your everyday life. You can set up notifications on email, SMS, Facebook and Twitter. So you’ll always know when an assignment is due, it’ll even chase you up if you forget!
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Our Preparing for TAFE Online study short course is designed specifically to help you plan to succeed with your learning online.