CHC32015 Certificate III in Community Services
Community services is a great industry to join if you have a passion for helping others. Personcentred support is needed to assist a range of people in day-to-day tasks. This certificate will teach you how to listen to and understand people’s problems, background and circumstances, and to assist them with the areas they need help with. You will also learn to deal with and implement support systems and networks, and develop plans which will address your clients’ immediate and long term needs.
This course contains a work placement to give you real life skills.
•Residential Support Worker
• Community Care Worker
• Welfare Support Worker
• Youth Support Worker
• Juvenile Justice Officer
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This course runs for 20 weeks, 2 days per week face-to-face in our classroom. It is followed by 2 further weeks (5 days per week), or 75 hours work experience. Total 22 weeks.
Classes run weekly, choose from Clarkson (Wed and Thurs) or Midland (Mon and Tues) locations.
You will receive experience via hands-on practical application of learning concepts in a safe, simulated workplace environment prior to being assessed in an actual workplace.
You will be allocated a highly experienced and qualified Trainer / Assessor who, in addition to delivering your weekly class and Study Workshop, will also provide support over the phone, via email or face-to-face as required.
During your enrolment process you will be guided through all training and assessments, in detail, to ascertain what units are most suitable to your needs and what support strategies are necessary to assist you in completing your qualification.
Fees and Payment
The total cost of this course via our face-to-face classroom based delivery method is:
$1.62 per nominal hour commenced in a calendar year.
$1.62 per nominal hour commenced in a calendar year, capped at $400 per year.
$0.48 per nominal hour commenced in a calendar year.
*Concession Rate: applies when proof of eligibilty is provided.
Our student's happiness and success is very important to us. Please see below for some important information should you have a complaint about Greenhouse Education or wish to appeal an assessment / course grade you have received.
We take great care in our Enrolment Process as we want to make sure that Community Services is a good fit for you. Therefore, after your initial Enrolment Enquiry, we ask you to come in and meet with one of our Trainers for an Enrolment Interview.
At your enrolment interview you will be asked to:
Complete your Enrolment Application Form
Sit a short Entry Assessment and Suitability discussion
Discuss your fee options
Receive your formal acceptance to Greenhouse and your Student Information Guide
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