Become a Community Support Worker and Provide Support, Advocacy, and Interventions to Individual Clients or Groups
Would you like to learn how you can make a positive difference in the lives of people in your community? Want to become the person that makes a difference? Community Services could be your calling.
The CHC42015 Certificate IV in Community Services will teach you how to help a large range of people including children, youth, families, adults, and the elderly. This nationally-recognised course is perfect for those who want to start a career as a community support worker, domestic violence worker, women’s health educator, case worker (community services), outreach officer, aboriginal intake and referral worker, early intervention homelessness worker, or community education worker.
Get the real-world, hands-on experience needed to work in the community services sector so you can support individuals, clients, or communities across a range of services. This qualification covers topics such as how to provide advocacy and representation services, work with people experiencing or at risk of homelessness, recognising and responding appropriately to domestic and family violence, providing loss and grief support, using communication to build relationships, and so much more.
Flexible Payment Plan Options Available
Want to study this course, but can’t afford to pay upfront? No problem! The CHC42015 Certificate IV in Community Services comes with an interest-free weekly payment plan option catered to your budget.