This qualification will provide the skills to help at-risk youth and families. You will develop a broad skill set to help people with complex trauma across many areas of the community.
This certification covers a number of key areas, including the ability to communicate effectively, as well as provide services and intervention for families and young people. You will learn to work across a range of areas, including residential and outreach services, community organisations and vulnerable individuals. Further, you will work with people with mental illness, and develop broad-based strategies for families and young people facing challenging situations.
The Australian government forecasts more than 40,000 new jobs in the community services sector through 2024, and there is a key need for support workers able to provide help to at-risk individuals. With a blended learning model and industry-experienced trainers, this course will offer you the knowledge and hands-on skills required to help young people and families across the community.
You will gain hands-on practical experience by undertaking a minimum of 120 hours of vocational placement in a Child, Youth and Family Intervention setting. This course has an ideal balance of theory and practical learning to ensure your confidence when entering the workforce.
- Family Support Worker
- Youth Residential Care Worker
- Relationship Educator
- 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.