Social work involves providing assistance to individuals and communities struggling because of personal issues or due to social and economic problems. After completing a program, social workers can find employment in schools, hospitals, mental health facilities, prisons, and in community support facilities.
CHC52015 Diploma of Community Services (Case Management) is a course designed to give you the foundation knowledge needed for working in the Community Sector. This course
CHC52015 Diploma of Community Services (Case Management) is a course designed to give you the foundation knowledge needed for working in the Community Sector. This course provides you with the knowledge and skills required to perform as a professional community services worker, across a variety of settings within the social and community services industry. These may include areas such as mental health, homelessness, family and domestic violence, child protection, employment support and migrant services. CHC52015 Diploma of Community Services (Case Management) provides the skills and knowledge essential to undertake case management in the community services sector. Students gain the expertise and knowledge necessary to facilitate case management, assess and analyse client needs, communicate effectively with clients and staff, and support client self-management....
This Diploma was developed in response to the continuing education needs of professionals in social and community settings in Ireland. The course is designed primarily to
Diploma in Social Care
€845.00 Duration: 10 lectures Course fee: €845 (or €895 if paying the course fee in installments) A fee of £76 will be payable to The Institute of Commercial Management on successful completion of this course. Awarding body: The Institute of Commercial Management (ICM) This Diploma was developed in response to the continuing education needs of professionals in social and community settings in Ireland. In the context of the professionalization of social care work, this course reflects the area of social care in Ireland from two perspectives.
Psychological Aspect of Social Care
Contemporary Social Care Practice in Ireland
The psychological component provides a solid introduction to developmental theories across the human lifespan including influences on childhood, adolescence, adulthood and old age. The practice component explores current social care practices, theoretical concepts, and approaches in a variety of diverse settings in Ireland. The course is designed primarily to meet the needs of employees of the industry that have practical experience in statutory, voluntary and private service and settings including independent and residential services for individuals with disabilities, residential and aftercare services for children, homeless services, services for older people and community support services. The aim of the Diploma is to educate reflective practitioners who can continue to learn and develop their professional knowledge, interpersonal skills and self-awareness appropriate for careers in social care. Category: Psychology e-Learning...
Hunter TAFE is offering a unique English and Community Services package. You can choose to do the courses individually or combined them for a ‘package’ which saves you mo
(Certificate IV to Diploma)
Diploma to Degree D2D
Hunter TAFE is offering a unique English and Community Services package. You can choose to do the courses individually or combined them for a ‘package’ which saves you money and guarantees you a placement.
24-month study program.
English and Diploma.
Access to award-winning Newcastle English Language Centre on campus.
You can work while you study.
Access to our discounted student accommodation.
Internship program available.
Welcome pack includes movie tickets, ten pin bowling pass, student association membership and more!
Free airport pick up (From Newcastle regional airport).
English classes (If required) - AUD$5000:00 (6 months)....
This qualification reflects the roles of community services, case management and social housing workers involved in the managing, coordinating and/or delivering of person
About This Qualification
This qualification reflects the roles of community services, case management and social housing workers involved in the managing, coordinating and/or delivering of person-centred services to individuals, groups and communities.
This course is nationally recognised under the Australian Qualifications Framework (AQF).
There are no formally prescribed course entry requirements for this qualification; however, the most common pathway into the programme is after completion of CHC42015 Certificate IV in Community Services and more commonly will come from existing workers.
In order to enrol in this course;
Learners studying this qualification need to have sound communication skills and will undertake a Language, Literacy, and Numeracy test prior to commencing the training if required.
This programme has been designed to be delivered through online delivery and students must be informed of the timetable on enrolment and must maintain the required student study hours.
Domestic students must pass an ACSF based LLN assessment at Learning (ACSF Level 3+), reading (ACSF Level 3+), writing (ACSF Level 3+), oral communication (ACSF Level 4) and numeracy (ACSF Level 3+) or possess an Australian Year 12 matriculation certificate or an AQTF Certificate IV or above.
There is also a mandatory work placement requirement of 100 hours for this qualification. ACSE has signed agreements in place with providers in the community sector, to allow the facilitation of this component to occur.