CHC43215/CHC43315 Certificate IV in Alcohol and Other Drugs and Certificate IV in Mental Health

Master dual skills in health care with the CHC43215/CHC43315 Certificate IV in Alcohol and Other Drugs and Certificate IV in Mental Health. Specialise in alcohol, drugs, and mental health support for community impact.
Course Provider
Open Colleges
(RTO 22557)
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Nationally Recognised Australian Qualification

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100% Online

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Study anywhere and anytime you want with 24/7 course access.

Course Overview

Start Date
Start anytime. *Courses offered by the Open Colleges School of Health, which are campus-based, do have specific intake dates. Please enquire now for more information.
Duration
Study for a minimum of 23 hours per week to complete modules in 18 months.
Delivery
100% online with 160 hours of work placement, which will be completed in addition to your weekly study blocks.
Career Outcomes
  • Case Worker 
  • Community Support Worker 
  • Detoxification Worker 
  • Drug and Alcohol Worker 
  • Family Support Worker 
  • Mental Health Intake Officer
  • Mental Health Outreach Worker 
  • Mental Health Rehabilitation Support Worker 
  • Mental Health Worker 
  • Outreach Worker 
  • Support Worker
Course Modules
  1. CHCCOM002 Use Communication To Build Relationships
  2. CHCLEG001 Work Legally And Ethically
  3. CHCMHS007 Work Effectively In Trauma Informed Care
  4. CHCCCS004 Assess Co-Existing Needs
  5. CHCMHS005 Provide Services To People With Co-Existing Mental Health And Alcohol And Other Drugs Issues
  6. CHCDIV001 Work With Diverse People
  7. CHCDIV002 Promote Aboriginal And/Or Torres Strait Islander Cultural Safety
  8. CHCAOD001 Work In An Alcohol And Other Drugs Context
  9. CHCCCS003 Increase The Safety Of Individuals At Risk Of Suicide
  10. CHCMHS004 Work Collaboratively With The Care Network And Other Services
  11. HLTWHS001 Participate In Workplace Health And Safety
  12. CHCMHS002 Establish Self-Directed Recovery Relationships
  13. CHCMHS003 Provide Recovery Oriented Mental Health Services
  14. CHCMHS011 Assess And Promote Social, Emotional And Physical Wellbeing
  15. CHCMHS008 Promote And Facilitate Self Advocacy
  16. HLTAID011 Provide First Aid*
  17. CHCCCS014 Provide Brief Interventions
  18. CHCAOD006 Provide Interventions For People With Alcohol And Other Drugs Issues
  19. CHCAOD002 Work With Clients Who Are Intoxicated
  20. CHCAOD004 Assess Needs Of Clients With Alcohol And Other Drugs Issues
  21. CHCAOD009 Develop And Review Individual Alcohol And Other Drugs Treatment Plans
  22. CHCMHS001 Work With People With Mental Health Issues
  23. CHCPRP001 Develop And Maintain Networks And Collaborative Partnerships

*Courses offered by the Open Colleges School of Health, which are campus-based, do have specific intake dates. Please enquire now for more information.

Course Fees Include
  • No exams, ever. Instead, assessments range from open books, multiple choice quizzes, portfolios, videos and written assessments.
  • Study anywhere and anytime you want with 24/7 course access.
  • Courses are curated to maintain engagement across video, written content, assignments & audio.
  • This course is a nationally recognised Australian qualification.
Institute

Open Colleges (OC) | RTO #90796

Integrated Care and Management Training (ICMT) | RTO #90197

Payment Options
  • Pay upfront and receive big savings on your enrolment.
  • Pay as you go and then get started today and pay off while you study.
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Work Placement

The course contains a minimum of 160 hours of work placement. If you'd like to learn more about the work placement component of this course, please enquire now.

Course Entry Requirements

This course does not require specific formal education qualifications. However, you must be a minimum of 18 years old to enrol. Please note that this course is not open to student visa holders. For personalised assistance and more information, please enquire now.

Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL)

The course provider values the diverse skills and expertise you may have gained from various sources. These experiences can be acknowledged through the Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) process. For a more comprehensive understanding of the RPL procedure or to discuss your RPL options, please enquire now.

*The contents are accurate at the time of writing. Get in touch with the course provider for the latest information.

About the Course Provider

Open Colleges

1300 848 451
qc@opencolleges.edu.au
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