Diploma of Community Services - International
With increasing demand for workers in the community services sector expected over the next 5 years, start a career in the social and welfare professions, and make a difference in your community.
Our nationally recognised Diploma of Community Services (Case Management) will prepare you for roles in casework, family support, drug and alcohol work, mental health, homelessness and domestic violence. You will develop the skills to work with people and communities to assist them through a range of personal and social issues.
Learn how to implement community development strategies, enhance your case management skills, analyse the impacts of sociological factors on clients in community work, and reflect on and improve your professional practice.
We seek to offer industry placement to support your studies so you can apply your learning to a ‘real-life’ workplace and gain the required 200 hours (minimum) of industry work placement.
- Start a career in the social and welfare professions and make a difference
- Study with one of Australia's most trusted training organisations
At a glance:
Recognition: Nationally recognised - meets Australian Qualifications, Framework standards
Study mode: Face-to-face classes on campus
Location: Sydney or Darwin campus
Study load: 12 months - 4 terms of 10 weeks each + holidays.
- Age 18 years or older at time of application
- Education equivalent to Australian Year 12 or higher
- English language - equivalent to IELTS 5.5 or higher
Articulation: Graduates can gain up to a year off the Bachelor of Social Work at selected universities
Required: Access to internet and email
Price per term: $2,450
Student Support: Expert trainer, personalised support from your trainer and a dedicated student support team
Provider Details: RTO Number 91758 - CRICOS Code 03419D
This Diploma course has been structured for specialisation in Case Management. Upon successful completion, students will be awarded the Diploma of Community Services (Case Management) CHC52015.
These are the potential career outcomes for you:
- Case coordinator/worker
- Client services assessor
- Coordinator (family services)
- Drug and alcohol worker
- Social worker
- Mental health support worker
- Welfare worker