CHC52015 Diploma of Community Services
The Diploma of Community Services reflects the roles of community services, case management and social housing workers involved in managing, coordinating and/or delivering person-centred services to individuals, groups and communities. You will develop the skills to work with a wide range of clients including children and young people, families, older people and clients from culturally diverse backgrounds. You will be able to assist them through a range of social and personal issues including family support, homelessness, domestic violence and drug and alcohol issues. At this level, workers have specialised skills in community services and work autonomously under broad directions from senior management. Workers are usually providing direct support to individuals or groups of individuals. Workers may also have responsibility for the supervision of other workers and volunteers and/or case management; program coordination or the development of new business opportunities.
- Community Care Manager
- Care Team Leaders
- Family Services Coordinator
- Community Development Worker for Social Housing
- Housing Manager
- Community Worker
- Community Services Coordinator
- Case Coordinator
- Family Support Worker
- Welfare Support Worker
- Youth Worker
- Disability Team Leader
- Community Housing Worker
- Community Work Coordinator
Students are asked to identify if they would like to participate in an LLN assessment as part of the enrolment process in the areas of reading, writing, oral communication and numeracy. This ensures the course is at an appropriate level for students and educational support is provided.
All students must be willing to participate in mandatory work placement of a minimum of 120 hours and this will require a working with children clearance.
HLTWHS004 Manage work health and safety
CHCDIV003 Manage and promote diversity
CHCLEG003 Manage legal and ethical compliance
CHCCCS007 Develop and implement service programs
CHCCOM003 Develop workplace communication strategies
CHCDEV002 Analyse impacts of sociological factors on clients in community work and services
CHCMGT005 Facilitate workplace debriefing and support processes
CHCPRP003 Reflect on and improve own professional practice
CHCCSM004 Coordinate complex case requirements
CHCCCS004 Assess co-existing needs
CHCAOD004 Assess needs of client with alcohol and other drugs issues
CHCCSM006 Provide case management supervision
CHCCSM007 Undertake case management in a child protection framework
CHCPRT001 Identify and respond to children and young people at risk
CHCCSM005 Develop, facilitate and review all aspects of case management
HLTAID003 Provide first aid
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RPL recognises skills, knowledge and experience gained through work, formal study, volunteering, informal or formal training, social activities or general life experiences. If you can demonstrate that you have already learnt the knowledge, and have the relevant skills, recognition of prior learning may be granted. Please contact our office for information about the RPL process.
Course Fee | $6,440.00 (This includes $400.00 non-refundable enrolment fee)
Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) | $3,000.00
Students are responsible for the purchase of text book/s relevant to this qualification. Payment plans are available. Alana Kaye College does not accepta ny more than $1,400 up front prior to commencement of the course. This includes the $400 non-refundable enrolment fee. Students can pay the remainder in instalments during course progression.
- Course learning and assessment material (excluding text book/s)
- Coffee and Tea
- Certification upon successful completion
This qualification is made up of 16 units of competency (subjects).
Units of competency can either be:
- Core Units - units you must complete as part of the qualification and
- Elective Units - elective unts are the units that you choose to be most suitable for your learning needs
For our face-to-face workshops, we have chosen the elective units that we know are most beneficial and relevant to the majority of our students.