This qualification reflects the role of entry level community services workers who support individuals through the provision of person-centred services. Work may include day-to-day support of individuals in community settings or support the implementation of specific community-based programs.
At this level, work takes place under the direction of others and supervision may be direct or indirect. Work may take place in a range of community services organisations.
You will gain hands-on practical experience by undertaking a minimum of 120 hours of vocational placement in a Community Services setting. This course has an ideal balance of theory and practical learning to ensure your confidence when entering the workforce.
- Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander Community Development Worker
- Juvenile Justice Court Officer
- Youth Housing Support Worker
- Behavioural Support Officer
- Pay in full
- Payment plan
- Government funding*
Recognition of Prior Learning:
We understand that you may have many skills and areas of expertise that you have obtained in different ways and these are recognised through our Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) process, which may reduce your study duration.